If you’ve ever tried to have better, more authentic, personal..dare we say Signature style and ended up feeling like you just wear the same thing all the time, this episode is for you!
Over the next two episodes, I’ll be talking about Style Ruts–what they are, why they happen, and how to get out of them.
Every woman falls into a Style Rut now and then, including me. If you’re not sure what a Style Rut is, basically, it’s a major case of the wardrobe blahs. Nothing lights you up, everything feels the same, and getting dressed is a chore–especially for things outside your daily routines.
There are lots of reasons we fall into style ruts, but today, we’re talking about a very specific type of style rut–that is, when you’re consciously working on developing your style, but things are getting worse, instead of better.
The good news is, there’s a reason your Signature Style is turning into a Style Rut–and today, we’re uncovering what that is!
In this episode:
- Three things Signature Style and Style Ruts have in common.
- Three ways Signature Style and Style Ruts are completely different.
- Where most people take a wrong turn in their quest for Signature Style (that leads to a style rut)
Coming up in a few weeks, we’ll be hosting the Signature Style Challenge in the Style Circle member community. If you’re ready to start creating a wardrobe and a style you love and stop spending money on clothes you never wear, this Challenge is for you! We’ll walk you through the important elements of creating a Signature Style so that you’ll never find yourself in a Style Rut again. The Challenge is free for Style Circle members, so if you’re not a member yet, join us today.
Additional Links & Resources from the Episode:
If you’re enjoying the Everyday Style School podcast, a great way to support our show is by leaving a five-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts. If you aren’t on an Apple device, please visit the show on Podchaser.
Reviews offer the chance to tell us what you love about the show, and it helps others discover it, too. Thanks, Style Sister!