Stop Following “In and Out” Lists

The Wall Street Journal recently published an article called ‘Skinny Jeans and 9 Other Styles That Date You’, and collectively we all cringed.

I went live on Instagram last week to discuss it (you can watch it here), but here are my feelings in a nutshell:

Stop following “in and out” lists – they are bullshit.

Here are a couple of gems from the article: 

“Out” (according to the Wall Street Journal)

  • No show socks
  • Sustainable slip-on shoes
  • Beige pants
  • Floral dress shirts

Um, are you scratching your head as hard as I am?

As I sit here in my no-show socks and beige pants, I hope you will find it in your heart to continue to follow me for style guidance – lol.

Now let’s chuckle at a few things on the “in” list, again according to the Wall Street Journal:

  • Over the ankle socks
  • Fanny packs
  • Eco-friendly flats
  • Green cargo pants

Y’all, can we really trust anyone who is championing cargo pants?

My advice? Ignore every “in and out” list that ever crosses your path. Instead, focus on finding YOURSELF, which will result in you finding your signature style.

A signature style transcends trends and grants you the power to use style to your advantage. Style that opens doors increases your confidence and makes you feel damn good.

You want some of that? Of course, you do.

I’ll teach you exactly how to find your signature style in thirty days. It all happens in my new book, Style Therapy.

Preorder your copy today wherever books are sold. Style Therapy hits shelves on April 27th.

Your signature style awaits.

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