What did you do for Labor Day? Probably not what I did! After doing a closet audit on Saturday, and having some family time on Sunday, I went through my own closet yesterday, in a way I had never done before.
(Technically, I’m not sure that what I did yesterday isn’t more of an “audit” than the client closet analysis I did Saturday. What is a better term for the meeting with the client in which the stylist helps her go through her clothes, learn what is flattering, and create outfits ? I am beyond excited that I get to decide these things for myself! I think I am going to go with “closet consultation”. Or perhaps “review”. My mom suggested “therapy”!)
So, I’m going to assume that anyone who actually reads this blog can figure out the fine details of how to do this project on their own. What to do:
estimate how much you have spent on your total wardrobe, by item type
- I have what is to be expected on the budget I have allowed myself.
- It is not enough.
- I have alot of boots. I can divert money to things like pants and tops by limiting my colors.
Even in my bare-bones budget, and with all my years of wardrobe research and development, I had, I can’t really say “wasted”, but certainly misspent enough money to pay the fee I plan on charging for this kind of service.