The 6 Stages of Style Sabotage

I’m pretty sure you’ve heard this one before, but it’s worth repeating:

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results.

That’s not the actual definition of insanity, but you’ve gotta admit it makes a lot of sense. Yet we still repeat unsuccessful behaviors and wonder why they don’t work.

We do it in relationships by dating the same “type” only to scratch our heads when we haven’t found “the one.”

We do it with our bodies by eating junk food, and then are perplexed when our jeans don’t fit.

We do it with our style by participating in what I call the ‘6 Stages of Style Sabotage’, and wonder why we have “nothing to wear.”

Your system is broken, friend! Those old behaviors are begging to be retired.

Does this sound familiar?

  • Screaming, “I have nothing to wear” into a closet full of clothes.
  • Getting rid of everything you own during a closet “cleanse.”
  • Creating a Pinterest board full of outfits, you’ll never find the courage to wear.
  • Chasing that “new clothes high” by buying clothes you can’t afford.
  • Waiting for the perfect occasion to wear your new clothes while continuing to rock your old standbys.
  • Returning to that state of “I have nothing to wear” despair – but now you’re broke and sad.
  • What a waste of time, energy, emotions, and money! , it’s time to do things differently.

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