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Do you look in your closet and get overwhelmed? Do you feel like you have lots of clothes, but yet have nothing to wear? If so, the Adore Your Wardrobe ecourse can help!
The course isn't open very long though, only from March 12-21, 2017, so if you're interested, make sure to act quickly.
Edited to add: Currently the course is closed, but registration will open again in the future. If you're interested to learn about when this happens make sure to sign up here, for free, to get notified about any courses, ebooks, or other sales and promotions from myself or my partners, including Adore Your Wardrobe, that happen.
Did you know that the average American only wears 30% of the clothes in their closet?
That's why your closet feels so cluttered and full, and yet you don't feel like you've got any nice outfits.
Getting rid of all those excess clothes can help you find the wardrobe you do have that looks good on you, makes you feel confident and beautiful, and also simplifies your mornings, because now you can grab an outfit and put it on without wasting time trying on lots of different things that don't work.
In some ways decluttering your clothes closet is a simple concept. Look at the clothes, get rid of what you don't want or need, and then work with what you've got left.
But we all know in practice it is NOT that simple. You have to deal with a lot of emotions, and make lots of judgments and decisions, while deciding what to keep and what to get rid of.
We work here in the Declutter 365 missions and the 52 Week Organized Home Challenge on finding the time to declutter, as well as how to organize the clothes you do decide to keep after you've decluttered. But what I myself struggle with, and I know you may feel the same, is something more fundamental and unique that has to do with clothing -- I don't know how to identify clothes that look good on me versus which ones don't. That means it is hard, when I decide to declutter clothing, to know what to get rid of, and also what items, in the future, I should buy or pass up.
That's why when my friend, Kelly Snyder, told me she was doing an eCourse about the rules of fashion I was intrigued. I saw the possibilities of how this could help people, like myself, and also many of you, who need help identifying what to keep versus to get rid of in your closet. I also immediately knew Kelly was the person who was most qualified to teach that type of course.
I know Kelly, personally. We've met at several blog conferences, and from the moment I met her I could tell she was a person who was confident in herself, and also that she dressed well.
I personally think I've got a lot of good qualities, but I have never been confident in my sense of fashion. Instead, I always thought others had an "eye" for it that somehow I lacked. That feeling has been compounded over the years as I had kids, and began shuttling them around relegated to my "mom outfits", and then also began working from home, so I didn't have to update my work wardrobe as often anymore.
I had basically decided there was no fashion hope for me, but then Kelly explained that fashion isn't about the "art" of putting together an outfit, but instead, "fashion was math, science, proportion and balance." That means that fashion has formulas and rules, and that anyone could learn them!
I'm not good at having an artistic eye, at least when it comes to clothes, but I can learn rules and follow formulas!
And that is exactly what the Adore Your Wardrobe eCourse teaches everyone to do. Through the 30 day video eCourse (which you have lifetime access to), you get 9 lessons, with a video, written instructions and a worksheet for each lesson, plus a master class in figuring out the right colors for you, that teach you all that information.
By the end of the course you'll be able to identify the clothes you've got in your closet right now that you adore, and that make you look your best, and to get rid of the rest!
The beauty of the Adore Your Wardrobe course is that it teaches you how to identify the types of clothes, patterns and colors that look good for your unique body type, and how to put together outfits that create balance and proportion for the body you have right now. You still get to choose what you like, what you feel comfortable in, and what is flattering for you.
You aren't learning some new fashion trend that will be out of season next year. You're not forced into a certain look that you don't feel comfortable with because it's "hot" right now, and you don't have to be a fashion model shape and size to look good.
You still get to be you, just a more confident version of yourself because you'll know the clothes you now have make you look your best.
I recommend this eCourse because it will help you learn how to identify what clothes should leave your closet in your declutering purge, but there is no need to buy more clothes at the end, unless you want to.
With all the clothes you've currently got Kelly can help you identify which ones will make you look your best, and you can work with your much more condensed wardrobe to get dressed each morning and look fabulous.
If you do end up wanting to add more items to your wardrobe in the future though, the nice thing is you won't be wasting more money, because you'll know the rules and formulas to make great choices for yourself, so you only buy things you'll adore from now on.
As mentioned above, there are 9 lessons included in the course, each with a video, written materials, and a printable worksheet. Here's a list of them:
Lesson #1: Getting Personal With Measurements
Lesson #2: Determining Your Unique Body Type & How To Create Balance and Proportion
Lesson #3: Laying The Right Foundation
Lesson #4: Jeans - How To Find a Pair You Love
Lesson #5: Anatomy of a Shirt - Necklines & Length Matter
Lesson #6: Rule of Four
Lesson #7: 11 Items to Splurge On (And Four To Save On)
Lesson #8: Create A Closet You Adore
Lesson #9: Going Forward: Using Your New Skills To Put It All Together
The course has quite a few bonuses as well, and costs $149.
To learn even more about the eCourse check out the link below.
But you've got to act fast, because the course is only open for registatration for a few more days, until March 21st!
Here's how much time you've got left!
As mentioned above, the course is currently closed. But it will re-open for registration again in the future.
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