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How To Stop Losing Money In Your Closet

How To Stop Losing Money In Your Closet

Here’s how to stop losing money in your closet…and it’s so easy.

Stop taking your price tags off!!

Stop it!!

When you hastily cut the price tags off, you lose your chance to get your money back.

I’ve seen way too many clothes hanging in my client’s closets that were never worn or returned.

No more wasting money on clothes you shouldn’t or won’t wear.

And, that’s why you should…

Try them on in the dressing room.

Try them on again at home.

Try them on with the right shoes…not your bare feet. This makes a big difference…trust me.

And try them on again, with the rest of your outfit before you snip that price tag off.

Maybe you got a great deal on it, but until you know for sure it’s keeper, don’t take the price tags off.

And, if it isn’t right for you, return it. That’s how to stop losing money in your closet.

Keep your money to use for clothes that you should, and will love to wear.

Scary question: How much money do you think you’ve spent on clothes you don’t wear?

Send an email to Scarlett@ScarlettImage.com, if you want me to show you the clothes that are taking the price tag off worthy for you.

 

 

Why Do My Clothes Always Look Better On Someone Else?

Why Do My Clothes Always Look Better On Someone Else?

Why Do My Clothes Always Look Better On Someone Else?

Ever see another person wear something that you love, and run out to buy it with great enthusiasm only to put it on and realize it doesn’t look as great on you as it did on her?

GRRRRRRR.

I mean it’s really frustrating when you put a fabulous outfit your friend, or that stranger on TV, wore and on you, it’s a BIG HELL NO.

What’s happening?? Why can’t you seem to ever pull off what you want to wear?

Maybe the sleeves are too short, or the length isn’t right. Perhaps the pockets are in the wrong place, and that list can go on, and on, and on.

It’s NOT your fault.

Those clothes you tried on were wrong for you, and once you know why and what works for you, you’ll have other women trying to copy your new outfits! And I would know!!!

And if you think your body is another roadblock to looking good, then boy do I have an event for you.

Register here for Fashion And Fitness when  Integrative Dietitian Coach Esther Blum and I, will be sharing tips that will transform your health and what you wear.

You will take away three simple tools to level up your closet and drop 10 extra pounds so you can look and feel amazing from the inside out.

Together we’ll be answering your questions on how to, make your inside and outside turn heads…including your own when you catch your reflection in the mirror.

Join us on Saturday, November 13, 2021at 10 am EST.

Bring your coffee, questions, pad, and pen, and get ready to change so much more than your mind.

Be sure to register here and spread the word to the other amazing women in your life.

Learn How To Dress Better

How To Dress Better In Minutes

Ever wish you knew how to dress better instead of having another day of putting on a plain top, looking into the mirror, and thinking-feeling frumpy and really bored with your outfit?

The solution is yours by simply using accessories to turn a basic and somewhat boring outfit into a pulled-together ready-to-be-seen one.

Start with your eyes by using your ears.

Huh? What? Ok, hear me out.

Your eyes are a built-in accessory, but you need to bring them out with what you wear.
One of the best and easiest ways to do so, other than wearing tops in your best colors, is by wearing earrings that either match the color of your eyes or are in your best colors.

The first thing I do for every virtual and in-person client is to show her the best colors to wear plus, and this is very important, which to avoid. The wrong colors can make you look sick and older. The right colors take years off and give you a healthy glow, so be sure to add them to your accessories as well as your clothes.

Learn How To Dress Better

A Gorgeous Splurge

I love these earrings by Emily Kuvin, a jewelry designer I ‘met’ on the social media platform Clubhouse. Her pieces are a splurge, but also a great example of wearing color to flatter your facial features to make a simple outfit a wow outfit.
I hope to treat myself to this pair of earrings one day.

 

 

The very affordable Kate Spade earrings, see below, are available in a very pretty blue and a great way to bring out your eyes and dress up a blah outfit. Do not get the black ones as they won’t be as impactful as those in blues or greens.

Think of necklaces and/or scarves in the same way. Ask yourself if the colors compliment your eyes, skin tone, etc. When they do, any of your same ole outfits will instantly look better and frumpy will not be the first thing you see in the mirror.

And then she said:

“For the first time in my whole life, I have clothes that go with each other and outfits to wear everywhere. And my closet is less than half of what it has ever been.”

 

 

What's Wrong With This Outfit?

What’s Wrong With This Outfit?

So, what’s wrong with this outfit?

What's Wrong With This Outfit?

What’s Wrong With This Outfit?

I asked that question to my Stop Stressing About Dressing private group on FaceBook, and although most were not a fan of this titled “Power Outfit”, nobody was able to point out why it isn’t flattering on this model.

Here’s why this outfit is NOT right for her and likely you:

  1. Her arms are very long, and these sleeves are way too short for her which makes her look like the jacket is too small for her.
  2. She needs to wear a top under this jacket or wear a jacket that buttons up higher as the open neckline is way out of proportion for her shape and height.
  3. Lose the socks!! Why oh why did the stylist put white socks on her??? They visually chop up her legs and make them look too thin. Yes, legs can look too thin.
  4. The shoes without socks are barely ok, but sandals would have been so much better.
  5. Large pockets on the hips rarely flatter anyone…even a thin model.
  6. Either shorter shorts, ankle, or full-length pants would be much more flattering for her proportions.
  7. This very dull color diminishes her beautiful coloring and features.

The details that make an outfit or piece of clothing work, or not, for each woman vary greatly. Here is a tall, thin, and beautiful woman in an outfit that makes her look like she’s wearing somebody else’s ill-fitting clothes and takes away from her beauty.
Proof, that thin is NEVER the reason why clothes don’t look as great on you as you think they would.

Learning which clothes look good on YOU is how to
go from feeling insecure to feeling and looking confident.

Knowing what colors, cut, styling details, and fit work for YOU is how to not buy or wear clothes that make you feel unattractive, frumpy, and unprofessional.

For those of you who are tired of being in the “I don’t know what looks good on me” club, grab one of the few spots available in my
Know What To Wear Workshop.

Please understand that it’s only for the woman who wants to stop getting stressed about what to wear and who likes to save money.

“If you have the opportunity to work with Scarlett – take it! I attended a workshop she gave today and came away with so many tips to improve my wardrobe & shopping habits.
Brava!” – Carolyn Browning

“Fantastic! A small group of women shared learning, experiences, many questions, and laughs as we learned about our colors, ‘pulling things together, and loads of style tips. I left energized and ready to make some changes, heading directly into my closet.  I Highly, highly recommend if you have the opportunity to work with Scarlett in a group or individual setting you should do it.” – Teresa Solecki

 

 

 

How To Clean Out Your Closet Fast

Why You Have Nothing To Wear

 

Why You Have Nothing To Wear

Full Closet. Nothing To Wear.

Recently a new client asked to work with me because she was fed up with having lots of clothes, yet nothing she loved to wear.

Every time she was getting dressed for either an in-person or remote meeting she would wear the same one or two outfits that she had in a few different colors, but always felt frumpy.

And she couldn’t understand why the clothes she had bought seemed great when she bought them, and not so great when she tried to make an outfit with them.

She hysterically shared that her recent way of accessorizing an outfit was to put a bra on. LOL

Then she confessed that things got worse when she let her 18-year-old daughter give her styling advice. 😳

Hence, her “I can’t take it anymore” ringy -dingy to my cell.

I virtually took a look at her clothes and a few selfies so I could see what was going wrong and how to make it right. And it worked.

I told her, here’s why you have nothing to wear…

Turns out she was buying clothes just because they fit, instead of loving how she looked in them and following the advice of a teenager might have worked if she was 18, but not at over 45.

She had lots of pieces, but very few that could be mix and matched to create lots of new outfits.

During her Zoom with me, I was able to show her which of her clothes were perfect for her and which to get out of her closet. And because she chose my Premium Virtual Styling service, I showed her the clothes and accessories to try and buy because I knew she’d look amazing wearing them.

Yesterday she emailed me a big thank you. She loves all the compliments she’s now getting when on camera, and finally her insecurities are gone. She also stopped buying clothes she didn’t even like to wear.

PS Now she’s giving her daughter styling advice and she’s listening!!  Respect!

ANNOUNCEMENT –  My Virtual Personal Styling fees are increasing on September 14, 2020. When you purchase a virtual styling service prior to 9/14/20, we’ll work together when you’re ready and you get to save money that you can use towards some new clothes.

Basic Virtual Styling service will go from $250 to $325
Premium Virtual Styling service will go from $400 to $475

 

 

 

My 3 Most Watched Videos On YouTube

 

Most Watched Videos On YouTube

The temperature is in the sizzling range for most of the country, so I thought you’d enjoy three of my ‘hottest’ videos on YouTube.

Oh, come on, I mean my most-watched videos on YouTube.

 

 

I have a few times left in July for you to have a FREE
Always Know What To Wear call with me.

Go here to pick your time for your free 20-minute call. 

I’m really looking forward to showing you how to always know what to wear.

 

 

 

Make Money Consigning Your Clothes

Make Money Consigning Your Clothes

 

Make Money Consigning Your Clothes

Make Money Consigning Your Clothes

 

 

You have hundreds to thousands of dollars sitting in your clothes closet.

Ever ask yourself how much of those dollars you actually wear?

Scary, right?

 

 

Very often new or long-time clients want to learn how to pick out clothes they won’t be sorry they bought plus get help to say either see ya, so long, bye-bye, nice knowing you, doesn’t bring me joy, I’ll never wear it, it’ll never fit again, or ________________________. You can fill in the blank.

Here I am, below, telling you about 2 clients who made money from clothes they either didn’t or shouldn’t wear.

The very fun, very OMG now I know why that dress, top, necklace, scarf, you name it, doesn’t look good on me Virtual Personal Styling Workshop has just 2 virtual seats left.

Get one of those last spots here. Going once, going twice, gone!

 

Do You Want Clothes Like These Too?

A friend shared this Facebook post with me because she thought I’d appreciate it.

I sure do and thought you would as well.

I really want to know which of these do you most relate to, not agree with, and do you have any others to add?

Please add yours to the comment box below, and I’ll create a revised list and try to get store’s and designers’ attention.

Together we can make a difference, or at least have some fun.

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Are You Fearlessly Facing Your Closet?

Fear not…relax and listen instead.

Are You Fearlessly Facing Your Closet?

 

Are You Fearlessly Facing Your Closet?


Recently I was asked to be a guest on the wonderful Amy Schmid’s podcast Fearlessly Facing Fifty. She asked me to share styling tips on how to shop and dress for our ever-changing bodies and mindset.


Are You Fearlessly Facing Your Closet?

 

So take a listen and please tell me which you liked the best or what tip you’d like me to give you in the near future.


Easy packing. Easy choosing what to wear.
Are You Fearlessly Facing Your Closet?

“Yesterday and today I’m on the road meeting with clients and estate attorneys. Before packing I pulled up the photos of all the beautiful outfits you created and it made packing so easy!  Everything coordinated and I felt great.  Many thanks!”



PS. My next newsletter will be my annual My Favorite Things list where I share the products I love for myself and you.

 

 

Push Your Sleeves Up

How To Push Your Sleeves Up!

Push Your Sleeves Up

For all the women who have worked with me and/or attended my presentations, you know how much I say… “don’t forget to push your sleeves up.”

Why?

Because an outfit looks much, much better when you push your sleeves up.

Before I was known as the stylist who helps women stop stressing about dressing, I wanted to be known as the Push Your Sleeves Up Stylist…that’s how much I love the look of sleeves pushed up.

But sleeves don’t always cooperate, so check out this sleeve saving gadget.

It’s called CuffedUp, and it has me pumped up!

No more sleeves falling down, getting in your food or making short arms look even shorter.

AND you can use it on pants hem too!!!

Men will love CuffedUp too.

When your sleeves are pushed up, your outfit will look considerably more stylish and polished.

Plus it makes you look thinner and taller.

Don’t believe me? Just go in front of a mirror and push one sleeve up and you’ll
see exactly what I mean.

The video below shows how the CuffedUp works.

Use code crew10 for an extra 10% off.

 

If you think pushing your sleeves up is a great tip,
you’re going to love the ones you’ll get in
Dress Without Stress.

How many more years will you waste not knowing what to wear?