You Should Be Top Heavy
Here is a photo a client sent me of her closet, after using some of my organizing tips with the clothes bought from our shopping for cold and warm weather clothes.
Two seasons in one closet.
My point is not to show you what can be done when using my wardrobe and organizing tips, but to show that you don’t need tons of clothes to have a fully functional and great looking wardrobe.
This is a closet for two, and my client’s clothes are on the side facing the camera. Notice how are there are far more tops than bottoms. When a wardrobe is ‘bottom heavy’, you will have very few outfits, but when ‘top heavy’, the combinations are endless.
Remember that whatever size you are has nothing to do with having great clothes and outfits.
You don’t need to change your body to change your wardrobe challenges. Singer and songwriter Meghan Trainor got it right, and her video will bring a smile to your face.
Tip: Both your tops and bottoms need to be the right fit, style, and color for you in order to be able to create multiple outfits.
If you are looking to build, re-design, or dream, there are more closet ideas from Houzz.com.
“Scarlett has a true talent for pulling disparate items of clothing, shoes, and accessories from your closet and turning them into amazing new outfits! She is so professional, warm and respectful. If you have fallen into the trap of wearing the same four outfits over and over again then it’s time to hire Scarlett. I feel as if I have a new business wardrobe, something I really needed!” Julie Jansen – Professional Speaker, Coach, and Author
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