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What to wear each week: 5 steps to easily plan a week’s worth of clothes

You’re a busy woman and don’t have lengthy time to spare choosing outfits or you’re a woman in need of direction as to what to wear each week and how to wear it. Either way we’ve got you covered in this blog post as we take you through our weekly planner, to plan a week’s worth of clothes in 5 minutes, ensuring you look fresh as a daisy or glamourous as a gladioli each and every dayWF sign up to list formWF sign up to list form

Use our easy weekly planner

Method:

  1. Start with a simple plan for what to wear each week
    Our simple outfit formula is outfit + shoes + bag + accessories
  2. The outfit
    Go to your wardrobe and take out 5 dresses or outfits to wear next week. When assessing what to wear each week, think about what is in your diary for the week? What type of meetings do you have? What do you have going on at home? Are you out socially in the evening? Do you have a date night planned and will go out straight from work? Or maybe you’re going out to the theatre or meeting up with girlfriends for a drink. Keep in mind the weather too.
  3. Shoes
    Referring to the type of questions above decide on which shoes you should be wearing. Shoes, boots or sandals will all be worn depending on your diary activities and the weather.
  4. Bag
    You may want to keep the same bag that you usually wear. You may want to change the bag at the beginning of the week. Or you might want to change your bag 2 or 3 times during the week. Whatever it is, mark it on the planner and make a note of when you want to change bags. You could also include in this section any other bags that you might need during the week, eg a sports bag.
  5. Accessories
    Accessories can make an outfit into something uniquely you. Pick out one main piece of jewellery for each day. It’s fine if you want to make it the same piece of jewellery but it can be a different piece each day.
    As supporting cast around your one main piece of jewellery a day add your other pieces. Don’t make them compete though with your main piece of jewelleryWF sign up to list form

There. Download the excel spreadsheet and fill it in. You can do it in 5 minutes and then you are organised for the week. One simple step to change your week and maximise your time.

Enjoy!

Have a great week,

sarah

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how you look depends on how you feel as much as your visual appearance

How do you feel about the way you look?

Imagine walking into a relaxing, peaceful space. A space where you go into a room, shut the door, kick off your shoes and relax.

It’s a space of beauty, of safety, of security.

It’s a way of remembering to be serene, of becoming who you are.

This is reDRESS, the stylish wellness club.

It’s a beautiful space for women.

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To improve your looks is to look after all the physical and mental assets of your body. It is to exercise and feed your body well, practice good grooming for your personal appearance and care for your mental health. As a result your outer appearance is more attractive.

You may think that improving your looks is all about your visual appearance and maybe you feel it’s a bit vain to be thinking about improving your looks. But improving your looks is a mental game first and foremost.

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Your perfect Spring transition outfit

I have been looking through my wardrobe looking for suitable clothes combinations, working out what to wear as early spring weather gives us a combination of lovely warm days followed by equally cold ones At this time of year what is needed is a spring transition outfit – a combinations of clothes which which will feel spring-like, but be versatile enough to keep you warm when the weather takes a cold turn.  Which it will.

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Negative self talk acts like ‘scripts’ in our brain that we run through repeatedly. It’s a bit like rehearsing for a play: You have your script and you go over it again and again, learning the lines, assuming the character, working out how to play the part. All the while your negative self talk embeds itself in your brain as the truth.

The problem is that these are negative scripts made up of thoughts and they are not necessarily true. However you might think they are true because you’ve practiced them so many times that you have now assumed the character portrayed in the script.

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Journaling for self care will help you reveal your thoughts, stop hiding from yourself, identify unconscious beliefs that stop you from dressing better than you do, and challenge your brain’s acceptance of your life status quo.

If you are not looking your best every day and hiding from yourself, if you know you could look and feel much better than you do, but feel stuck, or overwhelmed, I really recommend you develop a journaling practice and learn the benefits of journaling for self care.

Specifically I recommend, wardrobe journaling, a journaling practice which focuses on your clothes: what you wear, what you think about what you wear; what you might like to change.

Rather than rushing into buying clothes you don’t need or want in an effort to stop feeling like you do I recommend that you stop.

Stop, sit down, get yourself a drink a notebook and a pen.

And start to write.

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Give yourself a rest from the incessant brain chatter

We all have so many thoughts a day, some estimates are around 60,000 thoughts a day. And we know that not all of those thoughts are positive, self affirming thoughts. If we leave the brain to its own devices the thoughts that come out of there are not always the most positive.

I think we sometimes have this idea that the brain is the brain and thoughts come out of it and there is nothing we can do. So, some people have positive, happy thoughts and great lives. And other people, like you or like me, have negative, sad thoughts and have lives that we have to put up with or endure. And that’s just our lot in life.

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Do you remember what you wanted to do and what you loved doing as a child? I do. I remember seeing Karl Lagerfeld on TV a long time ago and wanting to be a designer. I loved ballet and wanted to teach it. And I have always loved magazines. And real estate. But back to the magazines.

My mother used to buy, and still does, women’s magazines. I grew up reading her magazines and then when I was old enough, I started to buy my own.

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Why delayed gratification might be bad for you

We know it’s good to wait for what we want. To delay getting something. We know that patience is a great thing. But for some of us, delayed gratification is hiding another issue which is low self esteem. We think we don’t deserve something and so we create situations where we continually don’t get things or achieve things. This proves to us that we don’t deserve things in life ‘like everyone else does’. And so the cycle continues.

Read on for how to spot the signs that delayed gratification might just be hiding your self esteem, and how to stop this cycle with a simple method.

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It doesn’t apply to me

Are you stuck in dull, negative thoughts patterns?

Do you stop yourself from having what you want because of low level, sometimes unconscious chatter in your brain that tells you, “It doesn’t apply to me.”?

Do you look at someone else’s life and see areas where they are successful, the kind of success you yourself would like but think “Oh that kind of success, that kind of luck, it doesn’t apply to me.”?

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