Decluttering a Closet to Deal with a D – Disorganized Dressing

Decluttering a Closet to Deal with a D – Disorganized Dressing

It’s Day 394 of the Pink Collar Savvy & Chic on Purpose Project and an image coaching session allowed me to support a Pink Collar Swan in decluttering a decluttering a closet to deal with a D –– disorganized dressing. One of my clients, Janet Kassalen, is a gifted author whose debut children’s book, Flip Flap Try, has a valuable lesson for adults trying to find their career fit. I was delighted to interview Janet (https://pinkcollarsavvyandchic.com/2017/09/27/pink-collar-author-interview-janet-kassalen-author-of-childrens-stories-with-a-grown-up-message-part-1-of-2 and https://pinkcollarsavvyandchic.com/2017/09/28/author-interview-janet-kassalen-author-of-childrens-stories-with-a-grown-up-message-part-2), a few months ago and to get to work with her around her image coaching needs.

Like many women, Janet felt her wardrobe lacked appropriate clothing for her professional and personal life ––– book events, playing in the orchestra, church, date nights, and for casual activities. After Janet completed a complimentary  image assessment, we devised a plan that included assessing her wardrobe, decluttering her closet and organizing her outfits. Today, during our two hour session, I was able to support Janet in minimizing this barrier and maximizing the best clothes in her closet resulting in beautiful options that work for her. Decluttering a closet to deal with a D –– disorganized dressing feels so rewarding!

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Me, Pink Collar Coach, with Janet in a gorgeous Anthropologie belted dress & pants that are artistic & whimsical like her! I’m in a top & fly-away cardi w/ skinny jeans,  sandals, & handbag. All Calvin Klein acquired from TJ Maxx over time.  

As a Pink Collar Savvy & Chic on Purpose Life Coach who provides coaching around image as a part of my holistic approach, it was such a joy to watch Janet realize she already had a great wardrobe but just wasn’t putting pieces together effectively. By teaching her some tips about her body type, coordinates, separates, staples, color, pattern, and texture, she now understands how to build outfits that reflect her personal sense of style with confidence. All she needs now is a great pair of jeans and a new hair style. We’re working on that next week. In the meantime though, Janet expressed how pleased she already is with the way we decluttered her closet and dealt with the disorganized dressing D.

How about you? Have a cluttered closet that causes disorganized dressing? How can you be Pink Collar Savvy & Chic on Purpose to declutter it in order to deal with that particular D? If you need some support, please reach out for a complimentary image coaching assessment at pinkcollarcoach@outlook.com with Image Coaching in the Subject Line. Thank you!

Be savvy &  chic,

~ Pink Collar Coach

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