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6 Fashion Lessons from a Top Personal Shopper

Betty Halbreich is a professional fashion shopper with over 30 years of experience dressing all types of women — from socialites to housewives, including celebs like Meryl Streep and Sarah Jessica Parker.

And she sees what we’re all doing wrong (which she recently shared in an interview with The Telegraph).

Here are 6 fashion lessons that Halbreich thinks all women need to know:

  • Fashion Lessons for All Women 1 of 7
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    Here's some fashion wisdom from Betty Halbreich, a woman who made a 35-year profession out of dressing people...

  • Lessons #1: Stop flashing labels 2 of 7
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    Subtlety is much classier.

  • Lesson #2: Save the exercise clothes for the gym 3 of 7
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    Furthering my point that exercise clothes/yoga pants are one of the most controversial fashion statements of our time.

  • Lesson #3: Labels don’t give you status 4 of 7
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    You might not be Prada-ing yourself to death, but it's a good reminder that you don't need to one-up other moms or other women with your clothes, shoes, or any other "stuff".

  • Lesson #4: WEAR YOUR CLOTHES! 5 of 7
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    You know those lovely clothes that you're saving for special occasions? WEAR THEM!

  • Lesson #5: Dress professionally 6 of 7
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    That means leaving the flip-flops, tank tops, and other NSFW clothes at home.

  • Lesson #6: If you can’t walk in them, don’t wear them 7 of 7
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    TRUTH.

 

See more of Halbreich’s fashion lessons at BuzzFeed.

 

 

 

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