When you know the tips to avoid buying the wrong clothes, you’ll find yourself getting less
frustrated looking into your closet and seeing all the money you’ve wasted on clothes.
Step 1: Look both ways when trying on clothes.
Add a third way never hurts by looking behind yourself too.
Here I am trying on a top that is a twist, kinda literally, on a basic white top.
From the front, I’m loving the waist-defining feature of the tie front.
Step 2: From the side, oh NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Heck no. Like, so not happening/buying.
You likely have a few, or yikes many, pieces in your closet that don’t look great on you from one or more angles, and you’re so tired of wasting money on those clothes.
I get it. I know it’s frustrating that you think you should be able to choose the right clothes to wear and buy, but year after year you still don’t.
That’s why I’m here.
That’s why I created my personal wardrobe styling service.
If you relate to the women I speak about in this video below, write ME in an email to Scarlett@ScarlettImage.com.
Note: The gathering along my bustline was also a no, and the pants I was trying on were a thumbs-down for sure.