My mission is to take the stress out of getting dressed and put the therapy back into retail by helping others learn to select rather than collect. In a world of more, now, again, it’s crucial that we take a more considered approach to our relationship with clothes. By slowing down and making more mindful choices, that’s when we really learn to wear what we love and love what we wear.
My top tip? Limiting choice. To clarify, this isn’t a hare-shirted philosophy. Many of us have more than enough which is where we fall foul of having a closet full of clothes and nothing to wear. It’s important that we don’t mistake volume for true sartorial abundance. It shouldn’t take a hybrid algorithm and a Venn diagram to get dressed. The more limitations we put on choice, the less confusion, the less stress and the more our creativity can flourish.
Possibilities expand as life slows down – not the other way around. By choosing deliberately and mindfully, we begin to understand the why behind what we chose. We find more purpose when we repurpose our clothing with direction and meaning. Pare things back and get on first name terms with what you wear. You won’t regret it.