Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Sponsor Spotlight: Closetologie


Jennifer Grigsby is the brains behind the Houston-based, Closetologie. "Closet-ologie is your one-stop style/image/shopping site that will give you all of the tools and information you need to maximize your current wardrobe, edit out what’s not working and make wise purchases with ease and confidence. With the economic environment what it is today, you can’t afford to make fashion mistakes. Today, women are more conscious about making wise clothing purchases that still have great style." I love that Jennifer addresses the important of shopping smart in the current economy. It's all about finding basic pieces that you know will stand the test of time, with less expensive, fun, trendy ones.

Because of her background in science education, Jennifer truly understands the female psyche when it comes to shopping, dressing a certain way, or even in the way one approaches closet organization. Jennifer believes that "getting dressed everyday should not be a frustrating, stressful experience. Dressing and looking great everyday can make your day more harmonious. With only carefully chosen pieces in your closet, you will be able to pull together a masterpiece in no time. You will feel confident knowing that you look great. This confidence will carry-over into your day giving you the ability to focus on what’s important!"

Jennifer has a special system, called Methodology which is a step-by-step approach to creating an equally functional and fabulous wardrobe. The Closetologie website is filled with helpful information regarding the creation of a personal Lookbook, "The 10 Reasons Why Women Hate to Shop", and a quiz entitled, "Does your wardrobe need help?". If you have recently found yourself in a fashion rut or have caught yourself thinking that you have a closet full of clothes, but nothing to wear, make sure to check out Closetologie!


3 comments:

milly (elephants&redwoods) said...

This is really such a good idea. I need this help. The other day I got called out for only wearing black skirts at work and i was appalled because all my shirts are so different, who cares about the skirts!! So anyway, I wanted to die, because I realized they were right. But what they dont realize is that I have 500 of them and they all look different...well, in my eyes anyway. I now call it my work uniform.. hehe

BTW...I absolutely LOVE those books in the previous post. AWESOME.

Jessie {A Punctuated Life} said...

Thanks for this find!! :)

humble happenings said...

genius! I wish that was my job!