Have you experienced decision fatigue? What is it anyway? Wikipedia said it points to the deteriorating quality of decisions made by an individual after a long session of decision making. And this my friend, is prevalent in Fashion.
Today, Courtney’s good friend Tiffany Weekes, Wardrobe Stylist, chats with Courtney Bentley about this topic. They both agreed that at this day and age, a lot of us fall into the world of fast fashion. Also, they discuss how you can easily recreate a wardrobe at a reasonable cost without wasting and being more eco-friendly. Tiffany even dishes out tips on how you can score items that are wearable in whatever era. Lastly, hear her unique ways on how to be true to yourself and still on trend. If you want to start playing with style and raise your high vibes, do not miss out on this episode!
Things We Talk About:
- Tiffany telling her story on how she found her passion for fashion
- What is the best way to find out a person’s sense of style
- If you want to stay authentic and still have fun, discover Tiffany’s ONE tip that will make you uncomfortably stylish
- Discover the secret places where you can score the finest and affordable finds
- Why you should not shop with a friend
- Tiffany’s rules when purging client’s closets
- How to beat the pressure of “Spotlight Effects” especially on social media
Questions I Ask:
- How did you get started in the fashion world?
How do you help a client figure out what their style is?
- What are some tips you can give someone who wants to stay on trend but wants to stay authentic to themselves?
- What are some of your tips for thrifting?
- How can you pick things that complete an outfit?
- What are some things that you look for?
- How do you get to that space where you want to play with fashion?
- How do you help clients with their styling?
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Learn More About Tiffany Weekes:
A brand consultant and wardrobe stylist, Tiffany Weekes makes it a priority to teach her clients conscious style by shopping their own closet first and then carefully curating a virtual closet for them. She helps her clients to have a fresh perspective on their brand and style and has a unique process on how to do it. Tiffany teaches her clients how to attune their overall appearance with their business, which in turn helps them to execute their brand’s message more effectively and attract the clientele you really want. She takes on both commercial and private clients, making conscious style accessible to everyone.