Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Experience shopping happiness

It always saddens me to talk to people who feel that shopping is a nightmare, terrible chore or complete bore. So many people feel this way.

It really doesn't have to be. People need to approach shopping as they do with other things in life.

For those of you who may never love it, you need to make it a more practical, easy experience. If you make a list for groceries then why the heck are you not making a list of clothes you need each season! Be organised, clear your wardrobe and make that list. Do this for each season and you will feel like you are in control rather than panic buying.

Those of you that really hate it, you need to face your fear! Firstly if you really feel you don't have a clue, you need to come and see us at www.wardrobeflair.com. If you need a Plumber you hire one, if you need a Dr you go and see one. If you have struggled all your life to find clothes that fit you, suit you or that you feel confident in, let us, the professionals help you. We can teach you how to do it.

Once you have a handle on shopping be it having more, cutting down, no more panic buying, no more feeling intimidated by either the sales assistants or the sheer volume of choice in the shops nowadays, you can feel happier with this part of your life. Because love it or hate it, everyone needs clothes and that is never going to change. So you need to make that change and problem solve that dilemma.

Happy New Year everyone!! It is going to be a cracker!

Stay colourful.

Trudi www.wardrobeflair.com

1 comment:

Janine said...

Good points and post Trudi. I was one of those people lol until I discovered the magic of you and Wardrobe Flair. I think back now and a lot of the fear was about size and not knowing what suited my shape. I was even more astounded when we went shopping last year. I could never have imagined that I could have walked away with so much from a second hand shop. So I think a lot of what holds people back is fear. But your comments are so valid, when your sick you see a doctor when you want to get fit you see a PT. I guess some people don't think they can loose that fear when it comes to colour and shopping. I certanly feel more empowered but will still turn to you for advice and service.