You've heard people say a zillion times to "fake it til you make it," or to "dress for the job you want," but what happens if dressing this way feels like lying? Or what happens when you have made it, or got the job you want? Are you still being yourself when you put on those fake-it clothes? Do you have a wardrobe that pushes you to honestly express who you are, throughout every sticky situation in life?
In the past few months, I've been noticing the myriad of ways people hide behind their clothes. Maybe it's physical, like wanting to hide a tummy, but sometimes it's emotional, like using your clothes to distract from what's really going on. Figuring out what message you'd like your style express is complicated, so let's just start by identifying how we're hiding, shall we?