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by Julia Guerra
Cute meets comfortable is the winning combination for any flight. Here are some ideas for what to wear on your next trip.
On Grow To Be Free w/ Kiani Williams
Have you ever wondered why you’re not confident in certain types of clothes? Ever stare at your closet full of tons of clothes and say you “have nothing to wear”?
We all have done this at one point or another, and it all has to do with our psychology. Yolandie Hamilton is a personal style and confidence coach who helps people discover the style that makes them feel like their true selves.
In this episode we talk about:
Why Yolandie became a personal stylist. Why we judge others for their clothing. How to find a style that makes you more confident. How often should you re-evaluate your closet? How to evaluate what to get rid of in your closet? What should you do with clothes that have sentimental value when you don’t wear it anymore? Why are women competitive when it comes to fashion?
Are you done feeling invisible and ready to start feeling alive? Join Dr. Mobi & I as we discuss how to Mind Your Style.
The best shoe organizers allow you to conveniently sort and access your favorite sneakers, heels, sandals, and other footwear. Whether your collection is modest or rivals that of a major department store, a reliable organizer will make it much easier for you to complete your OOTD with the perfect shoe.
on Orgasmic Relationships w/ Sherica Matthews
No matter how accomplished and successful you are, men and relationships have a way of exposing our insecurities and shaking our confidence in ourselves. But, it doesn’t have to be this way. I have with me this week Yolandie Hamilton, personal stylist and confidence coach who will share with us her story of self-confidence and how it led her to finding the love of her life.
on The Mindset Mastery Podcast w/ Rachel Tapscott
My guest for this episode is a personal style and confidence coach, Yolandie Hamilton. Yolandie spent 16 years in the retail environment helping women make style decisions using her knowledge of fashion and marketing.
She founded Hamilton Styling to serve as a personal style mentor and confidence coach for enterprising women to help them better understand themselves and their personal style.
She combines psychological principles with styling theory and techniques to help women feel liberated, in control, and confident in their style, body, and life.
Yolandie is on a mission to change the conversation women have with themselves and each other about expressing themselves and their own personal style.
In this episode, we talk about mental blocks that get in the way of our authentic style and how to develop confidence in expressing ourselves.
Footwear is notorious for spreading around a home, making strategies to organize shoes vital for anyone who wants to put a stop to clutter, and get the whole family in and out of the house with the least fuss each day.
Whether they’re kept in an entryway, closet, or even under a bed, shoes can stray without solutions for keeping them neat – and easy to find.
Here, we’ve put together our favorite shoe organization advice to keep walkways clear, closets well arranged, and bedrooms tidy.
This is a personal development and business podcast for spiritual entrepreneurs! iI am excited to share this awesome conversation with Personal Style Mentor Yolandie Hamilton. She shares how to align who you are with your style. She also shares some tips to dress for success.
By Jen Glantz
As we say goodbye to 2021, those planning their wedding next year are feeling a wave of excitement about what’s to come in 2022. Some couples are eager to curate a wedding filled with traditions, while others are trying to do things a little differently.
Read on to find out what these 2022 brides are doing to put a unique spin on their traditional weddings!
Imagine it: You just bought a brand new white blouse, you put it on, and then — within just a few minutes — your coffee splatters all over it. Panic sets in. Will the stain ever come out?
Good news: Costumers — people whose job it is to make sure apparel looks good enough to take center stage — say “just about everything is fixable, short of it catching fire.” You just have to know what you’re doing.
I’m pretty relaxed about my appearance these days. Even though I swear by my holy grail products, I’m all about looking good with as little effort as possible — and thankfully, there are tons of beauty and fashion professionals who feel the same way. As it turns out, you don’t need a 15-step beauty routine or a new wardrobe filled with designer clothing to look good and feel good.
An Interview With Karen Mangia
“My definition of success is now based on intangible factors. It has absolutely nothing to do with money, cars, vacations, nothing that you can physically touch or see. It’s based on the impact that I’m making on lives every day through the work that I’m doing. If I’m changing someone’s life and making them feel empowered and in control which leads to more success at what they’re looking to accomplish, then I am also successful. It also includes being the example that meaningful success is possible for others to achieve. As far as I’m concerned now, success is a team sport and if we all lose, I lose, but if we all win, I win too.”
by Tan Sauteed
This article showcases our top picks for the Best Walking Heels. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article.
This article showcases our top picks for the Books For Fashion Students. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article.
An Interview With Karen Mangia
“Success lies in realizing your values. For a long time, I worked toward being the top dog and the best of the best to prove to others I could and because I thought that was how we show the world our success, by being in charge. I found only misery and despair trying to be something I wasn’t. If you’re chasing a career as a doctor but you want to go into performing arts nothing about being a doctor will feel like you’re working for a purpose.” -Yolandie Hamilton