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I help women over 35 figure out their personal style. By using their Pinterest inspiration boards to create a wearable wardrobe. 

So they can go from stressed to well dressed.

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When everything is disposable, clothes, things, and even people. Is it any wonder that you don’t expect things to last?

You always want something newer and shinier because you’ve been sold the lie that you need to shop more. That there is a better version of what you already own waiting for you.

Have you ever found yourself saying I need to find the perfect pair of jeans? Let’s be honest with each other, the perfect anything for your wardrobe?

So is it surprising that you now have a wardrobe full of trends that don’t always work together? Not really. Because the truth is when you buy what you don’t need guess who wins? It isn’t you.

It’s time to take back control and focus on what you have and what you need. And instead of shopping more, it’s time to style more.

Are you ready to go from stressed to well-dressed?

Here’s what working together looks like


A wardrobe edit to eliminate what causes you stress so that your personal style shines


A lookbook of outfit combinations so that you don’t have to think about what to wear every morning


Help on what investment pieces to buy so that you get more wear out of what you already have.

hey, im aba


Think of me as the Olivia Pope for your wardrobe woes.

I  know the time it takes to find that perfect piece to add to your wardrobe. And when I wanted to rethink what my wardrobe could look like I struggled.

After seeing countless uninspiring and colourless capsule wardrobes. I knew there had to be a better way. Why wasn’t there a middle ground?

Where a maximalist not wanting to be a minimalist could shop less and style more. That’s how I became a #miximalist, and soon after, Threads Like These was born.

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“Dress For The Job You Want”


Edith Head

“There is no limit to what we, as women can accomplish”

Michelle Obama