Welcome to this week’s episode of A Prioritized Life. We are so excited to have Amy Allen Clark from MomAdvice.com join us today to share how she has prioritized her fashion choices by using a capsule wardrobe.
You will learn:
- The definition of a capsule wardrobe.
- The benefits of using a capsule wardrobe.
- How to begin building a capsule wardrobe.
- Project 333 (What is a capsule wardrobe and how to get started)
- Amy’s Fall 2015 Capsule Wardrobe
- How to Shop Secondhand for Your Capsule Wardrobe
- Un-Fancy (a blog about minimalist capsule wardrobes)
- Thred-Up (an online consignment store)
About Amy Allen Clark
Amy Allen Clark has been the driving force behind MomAdvice.com since 2004. In addition to running a successful community for women and running after her two kids, she has served as spokesperson for brands like ALDI, Minute Maid, Cascade, Glade, and Cheer and is currently the home management “genius” for Kenmore.
Amy has appeared in various media outlets such as The Early Show, Parents Magazine, Redbook, Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food, MSN Money, and the New York Times.
She is a foodie, bookworm, knitter, hot glue gun junkie, novice photographer, penny pincher, and lover of the simple life. She has enjoyed documenting their family journey out of debt and into a life far richer than she could ever imagine through her site.
She is the author of, The Good Life for Less, published by Penguin.
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