Here I am as a bridesmaid 31 years ago….please stop laughing and OMG, I have tan lines!!
Once you’ve composed yourself, take a look at some of your photos to see if the following stories could be about you.
Usually, after I give a presentation a few women come up to chat with me and tell me how they related to what I had shared with them. I love when that happens, and occasionally a few more will send me an email.
At a recent presentation, I gave to NAPO, the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals at their annual conference, I told the story of what a woman who attended one of my previous talks had told me.
Her very funny story was that she realized she had a problem with her wardrobe when she went to renew her driver’s license, and after seeing the photo she realized she was wearing the same outfit 6 years later.
Now let’s agree that’s a lot of years to have the same go-to outfit, which explains why she hired me to help her transform her wardrobe and self-confidence to create multiple go-to outfits.
A few days ago a woman who attended my NAPO presentation, posted on my FaceBook page that she was choosing what to wear for a professional family photo shoot and that thanks to my presentation, she stopped herself from wearing the same top she wore for their last professionally taken family photo… wait for it…10 years ago!!!
There is nothing wrong with repeatedly wearing the same outfit. I do it ALL the time.
There is something wrong with repeatedly wearing the same outfit because you struggle to find something new, comfortable and flattering to wear.
Have you ever caught yourself wearing the same outfit for many years and wondered if you might have a problem?
Are Your Photos Telling You Something too?
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