How many times do you stand in your closet saying “I have nothing to wear” yet your closet is full of clothes? I do this regularly. Especially when I am pulling things for blog posts. Or frantically trying to pull something together for a quick bite to eat at a local restaurant. I have just the solution for you – Rediscover Your Closet.
Meet Elisabeth White the genius behind Rediscover Your Closet. Her sole purpose is to help you fall in love with your closet and wardrobe again. She begins with a free assessment during which she will list what your needs are. Here’s the best part – Elisabeth helps you organize and put outfits together according to your lifestyle. For example, I had just purchased the black culottes that I have on and she quickly showed me how to style them with two blouses I already had. Then she moved on and taught me how to style one pair of orange burmuda shorts with three tops, accessories and shoes. All stuff I already had in my closet. Most importantly, she empowered me to embrace color.
Additionally, she can make a list of what is needed to help you acquire items that are missing from your wardrobe. She’ll take photos and put together an album to remember the work you did with her. As this happens you will feel the stress of your closet leave you. It all becomes much clearer. If you need to purge any items she will help you discard them by donating to a worthy cause. She is an absolute delight to work with and her smile and happiness is contagious.
I did not spend a single dime on any new clothes and she reinvented my wardrobe for me. Of course this was wonderful news to my husband. Contact her today to help you with your closet. Her consultation prices vary based on services needed. We are past Labor Day and it’s time to switch your closet to fall transitional clothes. Put the whites away, hint hint.
Happy Tuesday (no, it’s not Monday)! xoxo- Tanya
Elisabeth White – Rediscover Your Closet – www.rediscoveryourcloset.co – E-mail: email@example.com
Thank you to Rediscover Your Closet for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.
Photo credit: Mary Summers