If you’ve no time for developing for your Personal Brand, maybe it’s starting to show?
We all run busy, hectic lives with countless things to do and remember at any one time.
It’s no wonder that things like our wardrobe, clothes and personal style can take a back seat
and become overlooked.
But amongst the hustle and bustle of day to day life, it pays to remember that
Your Personal Brand is worth investing in.
You wouldn’t think twice about updating your phone or computer with the latest software.
Well, your wardrobe is no different. It needs updating on a regular basis.
This has nothing to do with keeping up with the ever-changing latest fashions and trends.
It’s important to look professional and influential as well as to feel energised. And a new look or
seasonal business capsule wardrobe can do just that.
Before you bite the bullet, hit the shops and come home with carrier bags full of uninspiring
items that you’re still not happy with, take some time to really think about it.
When was the last time you had a re-brand or even thought of your Personal brand?
If you feel you could do with a fresh start and would welcome a helping hand from Caroline Wolf,
a professional stylist, who helps countless business women and solopreneurs look their best, then
Before your next move, decide what improvements you would like to make to your personal image.
It could be that you and your wardrobe have got too comfortable and you need a fresh injection of style and elegance.
It could be as simple as a new haircut, fashionable glasses or contact lenses or a new take on your footwear.
Maybe you’re tired of feeling second best to someone else at work and it’s time to reclaim the high ground.
And feel brilliant every day instead of when important meetings or personal celebrations present themselves.
So decide on what you think you’d like to change or improve.
Conduct an honest analysis of your current wardrobe. How do you feel when you open the doors?
Excited? Can’t-wait-to-get-dressed or is it doom-and-gloom? Making do – again.
It it’s full to the point of bursting, then you can’t see it all in one sweep.
And what you see, you either don’t like or are fed up with wearing.
(the 80:20 rule affects wardrobes too: most people wear 20% of their wardrobe 80% of the time).
Have colours faded or fabric become worn and stale?
Are there items that never fitted well, no longer fit or have become misshapen?
Are there garments that are out of date or were always a bit on the flat and dull side?
If so, it’s time to say goodbye to them. (And give them a new home).
You can’t successfully rejuvenate your wardrobe whilst clinging to habitual, fatigued outfits.
The task is not as horrendous as you imagine.
Practice some forward-thinking:
If you feel happy and confident in how you look, that is how you will appear.
When it comes to up-dating your Personal brand and business wardrobe, invest in some professional help.
It doesn’t take a huge overhaul to get yourself back on track. You won’t need to replace every single item either.
All it takes is a few core outfits and staple items that are good quality, flattering and really reflect who you are.
And if it sounds like a too big or time-consuming task to handle alone, you don’t have to!
Working with Caroline, an executive stylist is the perfect solution – especially as any shop browsing leg work
is all done for you.
Equipped with experience and expertise, Caroline can help you to revitalise your personal style,
and show you exactly what you need to showcase it.
She won’t just tell you what’s on trend, but pin point what is available that will really suit you –
for any occasion you need.
Schedule your free Executive Image Consultation with Caroline.
With half an hour at your disposal you can really discuss what wardrobe or confidence issues you have.
What would you like to see and how would you like to feel when you open your wardrobe doors?
Each and every morning?
What are you waiting for? It’s time to start looking forward to feeling great every day.
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