Do you have clothes that do not fit well, do not flatter you, or do not go with anything else in your closet? This is a common problem that few of us have the time, money, or expertise to solve.
Fortunately, author Kara Lane researched the issue and found a solution. She developed a system for creating a versatile, stylish, personalized wardrobe. You can create your own look-good, feel-good wardrobe by following the ten steps in the Style & Clothing System:
Step 1: Identify wardrobe needs based on your lifestyle
Step 2: Select the wardrobe classics that appeal to you
Step 3: Choose your colors, patterns, and clothing styles
Step 4: Know what fits and flatters your body
Step 5: Decide what quality and quantity of clothing you want
Step 6: Pick your shoes, handbags, jewelry, and other accessories
Step 7: Choose your preferred brands and stores
Step 8: Put together outfits and consult style resources as needed
Step 9: Analyze, declutter, and organize your wardrobe
Step 10: Complete your Style & Clothing Checklist
In this comprehensive guide, you will learn the colors and styles that flatter your skin tone and body shape. You will discover techniques for creating more outfits with fewer clothes. You will receive recommendations for brands, stores, and style resources…and much more.
If you use the Style & Clothing System to guide future purchases, you will simplify your life and create a wardrobe you will love!
Nicki’s Network interviews Kara Lane regarding her latest book, The Smart Woman’s Guide to Style & Clothing. The book ranked in the top 10 books on Amazon in the fashion category. Kara talks about how to build a great wardrobe using key principles of style, versatility, and personalization. At the end of the interview, Kara talks about the book she’s working on next, which is about how to improve your thinking to achieve greater success and happiness in life. View the full interview here.
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