I’ve talked about the Adore Your Wardrobe course in the past and just how much this course has transformed the way I look at myself and my clothing.
You can read about the 3 changes I made to my closet after taking the course last spring HERE.
The Adore Your Wardrobe course is packed with content that will appeal to any woman interested in looking her best, feeling confident, and ultimately saving money as she will forever be finished with buying clothes that just aren’t right for her body.
Seriously, any woman. Any size. Any age. Any body type. And living on any budget.
The Adore Your Wardrobe course is starting up again in January (it starts January 11, 2017).
Read more about the AYW course HERE.
Kelly, the course creator, is offering a $25 discount on January’s Designer Level TODAY ONLY. This makes the course just $124 when you use the code ADOREYOUR2017 at checkout and includes the following:
- Access to 9 written and video lessons, worksheets, and resources
- Access to the Masterclass on Color
- One-of-a-kind wardrobe planner
- Shopping Do’s and Don’ts
- Access to the Private Facebook Group — this group is money and what you’re paying for!
- Access to 6 one-hour live workshops with Kelly
- Access to personal wardrobe coaching
- 50 Secrets Stylists Don’t Want You To Know eBook
Ready to skip all of the description on the sales page and just sign-up?
Go HERE to register for the January 11 course. Use the code ADOREYOUR2017 to save $25!
Remember, the discount code will work TODAY ONLY (12/26).
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Twin Mom says
I’m a bit late for the one day discount, but I have a couple questions.
1) What is the time commiment? Does the course have to be completed at particular times?
2) How are wardrobe constraints, if any, handled? I work as an engineer, sometimes I wear a bunny suit in a fab (remember those Intel commercials?) and I have to wear closed toe/closed heel shoes with <1" heel and can't wear make-up or most foundations (because they contain titanium dioxide). I don't have pierced ears. Is this course designed for people with a bit more fashion sense/flexibility? (One of my friends is an electrical inspection engineer for new construction and she buys her semi-disposable jeans at Bimart, because after tromping around in inches of Oregon mud, sometimes her jeans don't come clean.)
People who wear scrubs to work some days may have similar constraints.
Angela Davis says
Semi-disposable jeans from Bi-Mart. That’s awesome.
1. Time commitment: The course starts January 11 and the lessons are released on a schedule, so to get the most out of the course, especially the Facebook group, you’ll want to follow the schedule. But, you do have access to the content forever and after the course is finished you get added a the Alumni Facebook group so you can continue to get input from other members.
2. Wardrobe constraints: They work with you, that’s for sure. It’s more about discovering your body type then understanding the rules for dressing so you create balance with your clothing (balance = proportion, not mind/body stuff). For you personally, you would probably work on building a wardrobe you can wear when you’re not working since you have such unique restrictions.
I honestly believe this course is ideal for women who are too busy to spend a bunch of time “discovering” clothing options by scouring Pinterest and shopping all day at the mall or have no interest in doing so. Once you understand the “rules” for your body type, shopping for clothing becomes fairly easy (and efficient). I know that I need to wear bootcut or straight leg pants, so I get to completely skip the 1459 skinny pants in the store.
I don’t have pierced ears or wear much jewelry either and I got a ton out of the course :).
Twin Mom says
Thanks for the comment and explanation. Despite having 4 children, I’ve mostly maintained my high school shape/weight so I typically am able to meet fashionable dress standards for a device physicist without too much difficulty. (Have you ever heard someone complain, “She just isn’t stylish enough to be a device physicist?”