The question I get asked more than any other is: how do I define my style?

The hard part is that no one else can define it for you. You have to tap into your own preferences and desires and find a vision that resonates for you.

After working with hundreds of clients one-on-one, i’ve come up with a pretty solid method to guide people

Why is it important to define your style?
If you have a defined style, you have a blueprint for shopping. You can move past things that look fun but aren’t your style, knowing, that will be great for someone else, not for me. You can easily edit your closet, letting go without regret of anything that’s not your style.

In this workshop, you’ll learn:

How to examine the messages you’ve been given about the styles you should wear

Why your style shouldn’t be determined by your body type

How to discard the styles that don’t work for you

How to define a specific aesthetic style

How to adapt your ideal aesthetic style to fit your real life

Where do I even start? How do I get ideas about what I truly like? How do I decide what styles look best on me? What if I don’t have the budget to revamp my style? Get the answers to all these and more in the workshop!

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    The Workbook

    • Uncover Your Authentic Style workbook

    • UncoverYourAuthenticStyleworkbook-fillable

  • 2

    The Workshop

    • The Uncover Your Authentic Style workshop recording

About the instructor

Personal Stylist

Dacy Gillespie

Hi, I'm Dacy, the personal stylist behind mindful closet and your Making Space instructor. If there's one thing I want you to know, it's this: getting dressed doesn’t have to be stressful.  There is a better way to approach your closet and I love helping people get there.    I work with people who are ready for a change. Together, we bring out their style in a peaceful, strategic and most importantly, mindful way. The more clients I work with, the more I realized that I had a particular strength in showing people how to let go of what doesn't serve them. I wasn't always so good at letting go myself. Five years ago, I had a closet full of clothes and two full wardrobe racks in the basement and couldn't resist a bargain. Through lots of mindful reflection, I figured out where the issues were and now I can pack my whole wardrobe in a carry-on.