Have you ever had one of those mornings when everything seems to go wrong? You oversleep, spill coffee on your outfit, and hit every single red light on your way to work? And then, it feels like no matter what you do, you can’t shake the black cloud that follows you all day long.
Yep, we’ve all been there.
The way your morning goes tends to set the tone for your entire day, and let’s face it, getting dressed is an important part of your morning.
As a wardrobe stylist who has been dressing everyday women for over 20 years, I am well aware of the transformational power of what you wear. But did you know that your wardrobe also has the power to change your mornings and your days by influencing your confidence and mindset?
Your clothes have an incredible impact on how you feel about yourself and how you show up in the world. In this episode, I talk about four wardrobe-related things we can do to make sure that our mornings set us up for success, no matter what life throws at us.
So if you’re tired of feeling overwhelmed in the morning, this episode will change the way you approach getting dressed.
In this episode:
- The importance of mornings and the role your wardrobe can play
- The problem of falling into ‘default dress mode’
- The four better-morning wardrobe strategies you can start doing right now
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Additional Links & Resources from the Episode:
From the Harvard Business Review: How Your Morning Mood Affects Your Whole Workday
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