Building a dopamine closet makes us happier, more creative, and more productive. So don’t tell me that what we wear doesn’t matter. It does.
Jeans have always been part of my fashion DNA. Since I wore dungarees when I was ten. And lived in jeans in high school. Right up to today.
I’m evaluating my summer so far. Looking at what I’ve worn so far this summer to see if I’ve met my goal of wearing what I own.
Some outfits are part of our style DNA. When we wear them it’s like back to the future, but with outfits.
I’m thinking aloud about my spring clothes this week. Looking for new ways to wear what’s in my closet. Analyzing what works, and what doesn’t. And why.
Remember those clothing wars you fought back in your youth? To wear what you wanted no matter how silly or outlandish?
I’m planning my spring shopping, and hoping that colour will put a spring back in my step.
My new socks are making me happy to get dressed again this winter.
For a long time I have had a fashion rule, no visible socks. But times and rules can change. Now socks have solved my winter wardrobe fatigue.
Have you heard about the snow pant controversy raging here in Canada? Whether snow pants are chic or dorky? Ha. Only in Canada, eh?
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