Starting Bloom Personal Shopping was easily one of the highlights of 2011 for me. Style consulting has always been a passion of mine and it was such a pleasure to translate that into a small business this past year. Over and over again I have seen how much joy a woman can derive from having a wardrobe full of clothes that she can delight in, that give her confidence, and that highlight her loveliness and make her feel beautiful. It’s truly an honor to play a part in helping women achieve this goal.
Ask any personal shopper, though, and she will tell you that what goes on behind the scenes is incredibly time-consuming and labor intensive. Because of this, my Personal Shopping packages are not inexpensive. Add to that my limited availability and I, sadly, don’t get to work with all of the women with whom I might otherwise have the opportunity to collaborate.
Because of this, I’ve decided to create a series of free e-Booklets that will help you to makeover your wardrobe on your own. These e-Booklets obviously won’t be as personalized as my packages are–and you’ll have to do your own shopping, of course–but hopefully they will make the process run more smoothly and be more enjoyable.
The first e-Booklet I’ve created, Dressing with Intention, tackles the topic of intentionality. It will guide through five simple steps (spread out over five days) that will help you to create a plan of attack for making over your wardrobe. As with everything in life, planning is half the battle!
To snag this first e-Booklet in the series, just subscribe to my RSS feed in a reader (such as Google Reader or Bloglines). The download is available on the bottom of each post in the feed (see screenshot below).
I hope this helps! Please don’t hesitate to ask follow-up questions in the combox!
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