This is Stephanie's story.

 

I posted a story on Facebook about my battle with depression. Shelley saw my post and contacted me to ask me if she could help. She said she had read my post and she helps women like me reclaim their confidence by de-cluttering their wardrobes and helping them to feel good in their clothes. In need of a pick-me-up AND being very conscious that I am rubbish at dressing myself (husband says I get dressed in the dark), the answer was yes please!

 

Shelley came to my house and helped me make sense of my clothes. We went through each item one by one and before I knew it I’d discovered that 50% of my wardrobe was made up of clothes that I would never wear again, things I’d hung onto for years. It felt really therapeutic to acknowledge where I am now and relinquish my past (in the form of a huge pile of clothes!). 

 

Shelley talked to me about feeling good in my clothes and gave me some sound advice, my favourite being: “Wear the shoes and use the handbag, don’t save things for best - wear your best clothes to feel good every day”.

 

Also “a-£-a-wear” - this perspective really change my approach to sales shopping! 

 

Shelley totally changed my ideas around what to wear and fashion, she helped me find the confidence to try new things. 

 

After my experience, I invited Shelley to write about fashion for my online blogzine Exploring Exeter. Her insight into clothing and the fashion industry is brilliant. She is knowledgeable, creative and most importantly emphatic.

Yes please! I want to feel like this too! What do I do now??

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This is Emma's story.

I was feeling really “mumsy” and didn’t love my clothes any more. I felt stuck. Shelley went through my wardrobe and together we removed 5 (!!) bin bags of clothes.  I have had a number of compliments from friends since on outfits that Shelley suggested using my remaining clothes but wearing them in different combinations.

 

I came downstairs one morning not long afterwards and my 11-year-old son said “Mum! Where are you going?”  “To work”, I replied. “You can’t be” was his response, “You look too funky!”  That was the best kind of compliment!

 

When we went shopping, I was really nervous – I never dedicate 3 hours to myself – family time always comes first – so I was anxious that I didn’t waste the time. But I didn’t. Even if we hadn’t found The Perfect Pair of Trousers, I would still feel it hadn’t been a wasted 3 hours – I learnt a lot about smarter shopping and won’t fall into the same “settle –for” traps that I did before. I also learnt how to look for clothes that flatter my good points and hide those areas I’m not so keen on.

I can highly recommend Shelley’s services. Definitely a positive and uplifting experience.

Yes please! I want to feel like this too! What do I do now??

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This is Ailsa's story

 

I booked a session with Shelley for a wardrobe make-over and Shelley’s guidance before, during and after the process was as advertised and more.  I just didn’t anticipate is how it would change things for me going forward.

Shelley took a fresh approach to looking at the cut and shape of clothes and how they made me look, irrelevant of where they were from. Before seeing her, I had been saving up so that I could buy an investment pair of jeans - I fully expected to want to try and find that pair of jeans and didn’t expect that to come cheaply. Instead the opposite happened – on sorting out my wardrobe two pairs of jeans came out as stars: one from Matalan and one from H&M. These are the two pairs that fitted me best – and with styling tips and encouraging me to wear them with different things, I got lots of new combinations for no extra money!

I am now so much more organised and having a “stock” of go to outfits which takes the stress of “what will I wear” out of most situations.

 

I’m saving money as I am buying less as Shelley has taught me to only buy something when a) I love it b) it suits me and c) I need it. Instead I’m more considered in what I buy and where I shop – I’ve stopped buying things that I think are an investment because the brand or the price tag tells me they should be. It’s about the cut, the fabric and how well the colour suits me – and that doesn’t always come with a hefty price tag.

 

Looking back at the same period last year, I’ve spent 60% less that I did but gained more wearable options.

Yes please! I want to feel like this too! What do I do now??

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