Many women face the same problem on a daily basis, a closet crammed full of clothing and nothing to wear.
The first step to solving this problem is to take the time to review every piece in your closet and get rid of what is not working.
This is a difficult task for many women and it is sometimes beneficial to employ the services of a personal stylist.
A personal stylist will discuss your lifestyle and current fashion that appeal to you, as well as body shape analysis to determine what shapes and cuts will best flatter your figure.
The stylist will audit your current wardrobe to assess what is missing and what should be added to compliment existing clothing.
Generally, this involves making a list and following up with a shopping trip. An independent stylist will shop at a variety of stores and negotiate discounts which may offset the cost of her services. A wardrobe plan is usually executed showing how to put together each outfit. Photos are sometimes provided of each outfit including accessories.
The stylist will ultimately save you money, with fewer mistakes made with your purchases.
Major department stores like Nordstrom and Macy's provide personal shoppers, however they do not always have your best interest at heart. It is to the stores benefit to sell you as much as possible, not necessarily what is best for you.