Life is a journey, not a destination. We all go through changes – mental, physical, and otherwise. An extension of who we are is how we dress. It is not about how much you spend on your wardrobe, but having the right clothes makes a massive difference in not only how you look, but how you feel.
Have you gone through a major life change such as losing weight? Divorced and looking to get back out there again? Started a new job and need to revamp your look? Hit a milestone birthday and just need a change? Those are just some reasons why your existing wardrobe may not be working for you anymore.
Change externally has to start from within. You need to be in a place where you’re ready for that change to be successful.
If you do not have a vision of where to start; that is not a problem. That is where Allan comes in. Even if you have a vision, Allan can help you refine it to define your style going forward. It may even change along the way as we find what works.
The journey starts by having an honest conversation about why you are embarking on this journey, where you want to go, your fears and concerns, what you like and do not like, and more. Then Allan will assess your wardrobe. The goal is not to throw everything out and start anew (that can happen if you want). He needs to see what works and what doesn’t work before any recommendations can happen. This meeting can be physical or virtual.
After that, we’ll go shopping together. Allan will help you find things that work for your goal, your shape, your coloring, and everything else that matters to make you look good and feel confident.
Your new wardrobe should be easy to maintain, mix and match for the most part (not everything should be a one off, but unique statement pieces can be fun), and allow you to spend time on other things during the day. For some, the time and energy spent deciding what to wear can be draining. Let Allan take that pain away.
We’ll find brands that work for you – and they may not be obvious. We may have to kiss a lot of proverbial frogs to get there but that’s ok; it’s to be expected. The ultimate end game is to teach you how to be able to buy clothes on your own.
More importantly, there will be check-ins along the way as well as after. This is not a “one and done” process.