To make your way to the top, we’ve got to change how you shop. 

The messages telling women that being stylish means shopping more frustrates me. Don’t get me wrong I know that what you wear matters.

Because at the end of the day we are all visual people. How you present yourself in the world has an impact on your well-being.

Think back to how you felt during the pandemic, living in jog pants and pyjamas every day. Were you motivated? Did you feel your best?

Of course, you didn’t. So it makes sense that you need the clothes you own to reflect your values and help you achieve your goals.

But that doesn’t mean you have to shop more to love your wardrobe. I’m here to help you feel stylish with the clothes you already have.

shop less and style more

Think of me as the Olivia Pope for your wardrobe woes. If it isn’t working, I’ll handle it.

I am passionate about styling before shopping. And I would love to help you fall back in love with your wardrobe.

I started Threads Like These to help women like you shop less and style more. When you have a wardrobe you love you feel good. And when you feel good you chase your dreams.

Do you want to start your own business, ask for a promotion, or change careers? Well, a wardrobe that works for you will give you the motivation and self-worth to ask for what you deserve.

And guess what you don’t need to wear head-to-toe new season pieces to achieve this.

It’s time to edit your wardrobe so that you can go from stressed to well-dressed.

Hello, I’m Aba | Personal Stylist + Wardrobe Organiser

But first…

Let me tell you my story

After working in the fashion industry for over a decade, I had a wardrobe that was a maximalist’s dream. I’m talking about a high/low mix that I thought made me happy.

But it wasn’t until my mum was diagnosed with breast cancer that I realised I was shopping to self-soothe. The nice things I had meant I was trapped in a cycle of needing to keep up.

Changing my relationship with shopping started with me downsizing. But I wasn’t happy with the endless black, white, and grey capsule wardrobes I saw. As someone who doesn’t wear black and hates grey, I knew I had to find another way.

So I took elements of the capsule wardrobe concept and my experience as a luxury buyer to create a 5 step process. This process focused on what I owned first before adding investment pieces.

This gave me a wardrobe that was a true reflection of my personal style. And now I want to share this system with you. So if you feel the daily struggle of a wardrobe that is filled with clothes rather then outfits, I can help you.

It’s time to shop less and style more.

Let’s talk about what else we have in common…

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WHAT ARE WE DRINKING?:

Gin or Prosecco or Aperol Spritz

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FAV FASHION MOVIES:

breakfast at tiffany’s & clueless

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MYER BRIGGS PERSONALITY:

INFJ, an easy going perfectionist that loves helping people

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FAV SOLO DATE:

Art galleries

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2022 GOAL:

to read 120 books

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WHAT ARE WE EATING?:

Cheese or dim sum or ramen

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WHAT ARE WE WATCHING?:

Korean or Chinese drama’s

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MOTTO:

work smarter, not harder

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FAV RITUAL:

buying myself flowers

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2023 GOAL:

No shopping for 1 year

If you are tired of your maximalist wardrobe, or bored of the sea of black, white, and beige of a minimalist wardrobe, come meet me in the middle.
 
Become a #miximalist instead.
 
Allow Threads Like These to show you how.