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The Entrepreneur’s Uniform.

There is a lot of chatter lately about finding your “uniform” {formerly known as a personal style or brand} and as a branding junkie myself, I’m whittling down my own style into a go-to capsule collection for myself. Since most of my personal belongings are packed away until we move, I’ve been living off very little and finding that I really only hit my “go-to” wardrobe pieces anyways – so I’m weeding out the pieces I don’t need and investing in the ones I know will stick with me.
As a self-proclaimed neutral lover {ahem .. have you seen my styleboards lately?}, I love the classic, timeless pieces and the concept of the capsule is just right for this girl.  And, as an entrepreneur & designer, I want an outfit that can take me from being a mom to a business meeting because every day is different.

Here are just a few of my favorite go-to’s {I do own most all of these} and I’ll be sharing more of my favorite Entrepreneur Uniforms with you soon.

Entrepreneur's Uniform

Madewell hat {I drooled over this for a month and it was a total no-brainer. The fit is fabulous and the compliments are endless every time I wear this one out} / Madewell earrings {I love this brass color and wear these just about every day, a great size} / White tee { I need some shirt suggestions, still searching but loved the shape & movement of this piece } / Madewell black High Riser Skinny Skinny denim { I am “obsessed” with this fit. Perfect in every way for this momma} / J.Crew slip on Vans {I have found these to be so super versatile – I can dress them up or down so easily} / Graf and Lantz Grey Felt Tote { If you’ve seen me anytime lately, this has been on my shoulder. Huge bags are my MO and this one carries everything from diapers to my laptop}

I’m an old soul based in Atlanta, GA and mom of 3 with a deep love of all things from the past with a story to tell, on a mission to keep heirlooms around for another generation - whether it be a tradition, splattered family recipe, or historic home.

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