Many people fall into the stylish category because they see that there's a money scheme associated with fashion, they are confident in what they choose to wear and they believe that what they choose to wear impacts their capability to live a certain lifestyle. However, they may not see how style is associated with everything they do or how to use it to help them achieve their life goals.
Over the last year, I've learned that it is my purpose to help people in this way. Both the fashionistas, the fashionable and the stylish. I want to help all who fall into these categories see how they can develop their own sense of style and use it to help them achieve their life goals. People need to get out of the shopaholic trap and the belief that fashion and style have very little impact on our quality of life.
I have started what I call "style education" to help people come to the realization. They can choose to invest a little or a lot to help them grow in their knowledge of style so they can start living in a life of style that defines them.
I used to be a stylish woman but as I developed my sense of style, I learned that it is so much more than clothes. I'm not saying there is anything wrong with being stylish when compared to living in style, as it may take time for people to realize how and why it is far beyond clothes and accessories. However, when you start to grasp that concept, you will begin to see how style can transform your life.
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