E06: Creating an Intentional Wardrobe with Jennifer Mackey-Mary

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On today’s episode, I had the opportunity to talk to Jennifer Mackey-Mary, who is a professional wardrobe stylist. Jennifer is hilarious and in the episode she talks about why our wardrobes are something worth being intentional about, how to approach our wardrobes during seasons where our bodies are constantly changing, what clothing items are worth investing in and what things we can spend a little less on, and she gives some great advice on capsule wardrobes! She also shares some super practical tips that can help make the clothes we do invest in, look even better. If you’re like me and style and dressing yourself isn’t something that comes naturally to you - you’re going to love everything Jennifer has to share!

Jennifer is a professional wardrobe stylist who started her business in 2012 with the mission to take the mystery and stress out of getting dressed, and help women build stylish, cohesive wardrobes that make them look and feel fabulous every single day.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Why our wardrobes are something worth being intentional about

  • How to approach our wardrobes during seasons where our bodies are constantly changing (pregnancy/postpartum)

  • What clothing items we should invest in and what items we can spend less on

  • Practical tips about bras and sizing and how they make the rest of our wardrobe look better

  • Tips on curating a capsule (or intentional) wardrobe

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