It’s time for me to define the difference between me and any other fashion program out there. So, I’m going to spell it out. Here are the…
5 Things I Will Teach You About Fashion That No One Else Will
If you have ever watched an ADORE LIVE, you know I have a very different perspective on the fashion industry than most other course creators, influencers, and stylists.
Adore Your Wardrobe is different because I believe fashion is personal.
- It has the ability to make you feel like a rockstar or be completely self-conscious.
- It can make you feel beautiful or unworthy.
- It can provide you freedom or rack you with guilt.
Fashion is more than clothes. It’s also about all the emotions that go with it.
#1 Fashion Frustration Is A Three-Part Problem
Fashion frustrations can be boiled down into one of three categories: external, internal, or organizational.
- External is defined by how clothes look on you.
- Internal is defined by who you are, how you buy, and how you live.
- Organizational is defined by how you put an outfit together and organize purchases.
Most courses like to focus on one or the other.
“This 15-item capsule wardrobe can make up to 45 outfits.” (External)
“This course will help you define your personal style and get out of the yoga pants rut.” (Internal)
“This course will help you organize your closet, so it is easier to get ready every morning.” (Organizational)
None of them do it comprehensively.
But, by the end of Adore Your Wardrobe, you’ll create a plan to master all three. Even better, it will last a lifetime.
Math and science don’t change. Trends change. They come in, they go. Styles change, they come and they go. But when you understand the WHY behind why something works or doesn’t work, you are able to stop the emotional loop and make logical and rational decisions.
You will have the knowledge to stop frustrations for the rest of your life.
#2 95% Of The Clothes Women Wear Are Ill Fitted
Ill-fitting clothes make you look frumpy and fat.
The problem is most women don’t realize the smoke and mirrors behind fashion.
- Models are posed a certain way online to make clothes look more attractive.
- Retail stores have mannequins wearing clothes that are clipped in the back.
- Vanity sizing has us confused about what size we even are anymore.
That’s what THEY do. It looks like the clothes fit and they don’t. They don’t fit the mannequins or the models and they don’t fit you.
Adore Your Wardrobe is built on a “three-legged stool.” Every outfit must consist of clothes that follow your body symmetry formulas (so the clothes work with your body and not against it), that FIT, and are in your style.
- Fit is having a clean leg line and no bumps.
- Fit is when your clothes don’t cut into your body creating rolls.
- Fit is not wearing oversized clothes to “hide” perceived problem areas.
You will understand what fit means on your unique body and lose visual weight.
#3 Cute Is A Four-Letter Word
The word cute is the worst word in the world to describe how somebody looks. I hate the word “cute.”
The reason I hate it is because people use the word cute when they have nothing better to say about your outfit.
They use it to compliment the item, not the way it looks on you.
- “That shirt is so cute.”
- “Those shoes are so cute.”
- “That outfit is cute.”
Women are not cute. Puppies and little girls are cute.
Don’t believe me? Which statement makes you feel more confident?
- “You look so cute!” OR “You always look so nice and put together.”
- “That shirt is so cute!” OR “You always look so stylish.”
- “That’s cute.” OR “You look beautiful.”
In the last 20 years, society has gone from complimenting how a woman looks and how she was expressing with her style to talking about a specific item. The shoes don’t need a compliment – they don’t care.
You will be seen and be complimented because clothing is an extension of you not the other way around.
#4 Having More Doesn’t Make You Love It More
Cheap makes items more accessible.
It makes it accessible for everybody to buy one more handbag or one more shirt or one more pair of earrings.
More is not the solution.
- Having more puts us in debt.
- Having more creates clutter.
- Having more gives us emotional baggage.
Having more does not equal more happiness.
But, having select things in your wardrobe that you love to wear, fit you, and look good on you is the key.
You will learn how to select, buy, and build outfits around items you love to wear and not bad purchases.
#5 Hope Does Not Belong In Fashion
Most women make a retail purchase (either online or in store) based on HOPE.
- That looked good on the mannequin. I HOPE it looks as good on me.
- This looked good on my friend. I HOPE it looks as good on me.
- This looked good online or on the model, on the influencer, on Pinterest, or whatever. I HOPE it looks as good on me.
You can’t buy clothes based on HOPE because nine times out of ten, you will go from hopeful to hopeless.
It is a cycle.
- You walk into a store with the HOPE of finding a new, awesome clothing item.
- You take 20 things into a dressing room and HOPE they work out.
- When they don’t fit your body, you lose HOPE and feel bad.
- You wonder why those clothes don’t work on you. You start to have self doubt.
- You come up with a hundred reasons, but all of them have to do with changing you.
Complete this cycle enough times and you feel HOPELESS.
But, you can end this cycle when you stop buying on HOPE and start buying on FACTS based on math and science.
Facts are the WHY behind something.
Students of Adore Your Wardrobe can tell you their facts and why something looks good or doesn’t look good on them.
They know it all. They know what neckline. They know what style of shirt. They know the length of their shirt. They know what jeans look right. They know what rinse of jeans looks right. They know their inseam. They know what fit means on jeans, so they know if they’re too tight or too loose. They understand what fit means in a shirt, so they know if it’s too tight or too loose. In fact, they know it so well that an item doesn’t even make it into the dressing room because they already know the item won’t work.
You will understand the WHY behind fashion and stop using hope as a buying strategy.
BONUS: I’ve Walked In Your Shoes And I’ve Conquered My Frustrations
You won’t find anybody more vested in your success than me and my team.
The reason? We’ve walked in your shoes and have felt the frustrations.
And now we are on the other side. We feel beautiful in our clothes. We feel attractive, confident, empowered, and beautiful.
We also know how scary it is to take a leap of faith.
But when you feel confident, empowered, attractive, and beautiful you are able to do what you are called to do. You can do anything. You aren’t worried about how you look anymore. You are worried about getting stuff done.
And these are the five things I will teach you that no other program will.
Ready to take the leap of faith? Ready for a new world without fashion frustrations? Ready to feel confident, empowered, attractive, and beautiful in your clothes every single day?
- Have the knowledge to stop fashion frustrations for the rest of your life.
- Lose visual weight because you understand what fit means on your unique body.
- Be seen and complimented because your clothes are an extension of you.
- Select, buy, and build outfits around items you love to wear.
- Understand the WHY behind fashion and stop using hope as a buying strategy.
- Adore your wardrobe.