Shopping: some people love it, and some people hate it.
Growing up, I hated shopping, but somewhere down the line, I learned to love it. But even when I loved it, it didn’t mean I was doing it right.
When I was in my mid-twenties, shopping was my primary source of entertainment. I shopped every single weekend and made a purchase at every stop. My wardrobe was bursting at the seams, and my closet could barely contain my wardrobe – sounds glamorous, but it was a freaking mess.
I was 20k in debt, and my wardrobe didn’t function. Meaning I’d wear something once, and then it was destined to die a dusty-death inside my closet.
After some soul searching and growing up, I discovered that I had to shop smarter. The debt was crippling, and I was addicted to buying new clothes.
The mistake I was making was having NO PLAN when it came to shopping. That’s the theme of all of these common styling problems — no plan and letting your emotions run the show.
The next time you’re out shopping, I want you to ask yourself the following questions:
To stop the shopping madness, you need to set a clear intention around your new wardrobe, which plays right into your shopping strategy.
When you get clear on your vision and make a solid shopping game plan – shopping becomes a BREEZE! You’ll know which stores to go to and what to look for.
My clients have saved SO much money after learning my shopping strategies, and quite a few of them have pulled themselves out of debt as a result.
Learn how to shop smarter inside Personal Style University 2.0. Launches January 29th, 2020.