Closet Edit Supplies Edition
I’m writing this from Round Top, Texas and I am having a blast hanging out with my family. I hope that you’re having an awesome week too.
I have a FUN announcement for you this week 🎉
I also did things a little differently this week with the OOTD and I’m giving you some closet edit tips to help you prep your space for Summer ☀️
If you need a little help with your closet, there’s a podcast linked for you too!
3 THINGS HOLDING YOU BACK FROM
YOUR HOT MOM SUMMER
These are a few of my favorite things… for my closet. I think you will enjoy them too. If I could give you one piece of advice on how to make your closet a more inviting space, it would be to swap out all of your mismatched, chunky plastic, and wire dry cleaning hangers, for uniform velvet ones.
I prefer a handheld steamer over a bulky one. It’s the difference between actually steaming my clothes and just thinking that it sounds like a good idea. You know? Fun fact: I cannot iron. I have tried and it has never been a successful venture. Steamers for life.
Lint rollers and fabric shavers are super helpful when it comes to taking care of your wardrobe and looking polished.
My most used closet staple? Fabric spray. Not the downy fragrance ish, but this super simple natural one that you can make at home!
HOT MOM SUMMER MASTERCLASS
TUESDAY, MAY 24 @ 11AM ET
3 THINGS HOLDING YOU BACK FROM YOUR HOT MOM SUMMER:
Breaking through style barriers without the mom guilt
Showing up for your best hot mom summer
The #1 lie moms tell themselves and how to avoid it
BONUS: Summer Athleisure Mini Capsule for live attendees
There will be a replay, but you must sign up to get it!
I talked about my most asked question when editing your closet during my chat with Desirae Endres on Episode 115 of the Minimal-ish Podcast: Curating A Closet You Love + Dressing Your Current Body with Confidence (Even in the Summer).
It’s a hard talk to have with yourself, but it’s SO worth it, mama, so go have a listen before you edit that closet.
Homework for the week: Call your cosigner and schedule your edit