How many of you have terrible, awful memories of shopping in middle school? Trying to buy the "right" jeans and convince your parents to pay for the "right" shoes.
(Not me. I went to all-girls Catholic school and wore a uniform. )
But I hear that's a thing. Shopping. Middle school. Feeling sh*tty...
Now, though, I feel like an awkward sad teenager when I shop for jeans. THAT I get.
Here's the thing. There is no such thing as "be your best self" really, right? I mean, be yourself. Be your authentic you. Show up, and that's all we want.
(We also want to show up in really hot jeans... which leads me to...)
Somehow when we start thinking about getting headshots taken and putting photos on our website something switches. We aren't worried about being our authentic selves anymore. We're back in middle school trying to find the perfect jeans to be our best self so everyone will look at us and love us.
(I'm so tired just thinking about it.)
Here's the thing, though. You don't have to figure this out ALONE. Did you know, there are people who want to help you feel good and look good being you. The badass Laurel Kinney, personal stylist, is ready to help little ole you out. I kid you not. Check out her amazing services here.
It might sound indulgent, but having someone help you stay true to you so your closet is only filled with comfy, lovely clothes is 100% worth it. Check her out! Every morning will be a little lighter when you are wearing clothes that make you feel comfortable, confident, and happy.