f you consider wardrobe management a luxury reserved for the idle rich, consider first how much easier your morning and crammed schedule would be if you take choosing what to wear out of it. We all know that the problem is not simply ‘what to wear’, but ‘what do we feel like wearing today', when we are at less than our most confident. Wouldn’t it save considerable time and brain-wear and tear(s) if you had several outfits lined up for such moments. The fashion savvy among us have those outfits planned in advance, put aside and never worn when we feel great because, god forbid they should be in the laundry when we have our ‘moment’.
Another reason why this is not exclusively for the rich and famous is that nowadays almost everyone either overshops or undershops. You know who you are. The over-shopper has almost a dozen pieces in the closet with price tags still on them. Items that seemed a good idea at the time and now serve only to make you feel guilty, overweight or just downright silly. The under-shopper is inevitably running errands in gym clothes (on a day when there has been no visit to the gym) and attending openings in hiking shorts and what she hopes is a festive enough top. Having someone step in to separate the wheat from the chaff is never a bad idea. Having someone completely nonjudgemental is even better.