When your business card reads ‘Style Consultant │ Personal Shopper │ Wardrobe Stylist’ you areexpected to look the part—feeling the part is also important. But like the barber who usually needs a haircut and the custodian who needs a housekeeper, the stylist needed a makeover—a wardrobe makeover. After the changes my body experienced from pregnancy and nursing, coupled with minimal shopping after leaving Corporate America, my wardrobe was ill-fitting and out of date. And while the ‘AH HA!’ moment of implementing change was great, the finances for a wardrobe overhaul were non-existent.


Originally posted on Working Mom In 20s - June 15, 2016