What does your wardrobe say about you?

I’m someone who dresses for comfort rather than style, it doesn’t mean that I spend all day walking around in track suit bottoms (I don’t even own a pair).  It does, however, mean that I’m happiest in a comfortable pair of jeans and a simple top – which is usually navy and if at all possible covered in polka dots.

My wardrobe over the years has changed, and most notably since I had my children.  Before my children, you’d probably find me in smart black trousers, crisp shirts or pretty tops.  Working in an office had its effect on my wardrobe so I dressed much smarter than I do now.  As I eased my way into motherhood, the activities, the days out and of course, my changed body shape my clothes choices changed too.

After having Piglet late last year I feel as though my body shape has changed again and my ‘normal’ clothes that I’d put to one side whilst I was in maternity wear just don’t seem to fit in the same way they once did.  I really need to have a wardrobe overall, treat myself to some new clothes and hopefully find a style that now suits me and fits my lifestyle.

What does your wardrobe say about you?

What does your wardrobe say about you

Have you ever wondered what your wardrobe says about you?

The fun quiz from Bedroom Storage can tell you what type of dresser you are. From a fashionista to a polished two piece coordinator the quiz can define your style and give handy tips on how you can shake it up in 2016. 

What result did you get? Apparently I’m ‘The Snappy Stylist‘…

The Snappy Stylist

The Snappy Stylist

You love to co-ordinate your clothing. Your shoes, bags, scarf, coat and any accessories even your make up co-ordinates an outfit. You love to plan your outfits in fine detail and search relentlessly for the matching items to make your attire on point.

On the whole, I have to agree with my result, I do like to have my shoes, bags and accessories all matching and coordinated.  The main reason for this is that I don’t want to stand out from the crowd, I’m happy to blend in and go unnoticed.  I feel that if I was to wear a bright coat, have a gorgeous but eye-catching bag that I’d be drawing attention to myself and I’m not sure that I am that type of person.


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