After the wild ride of 2020 it is time to freshen up our Image. I, for one, dressed up every single day during the 2020 even though most of the time I spent it alone at home. This kept me from feeling frustrated and depressed. Dressing up makes me feel good and helps me to get things done most of the time. I use clothing and colors to help heal and lift my moods when necessary, as well as to help me relax and wind down when that is necessary. For example, today I am wearing RED to give me a burst of energy to get motivated to work on my website and this blog. Wearing blue and/or purple help me to settle down. I encourage you to take the time to cast away the sweats and dress to express to lift your mood du jour. Need help with getting to know the real you and how to dress to express it? Visit the Services section of this website to see how I can help you. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to talk and get more information.
If you have ever wondered how the traditional red and green colors of Christmas were decided I have this to offer after my research: Green represents the eternal life of Jesus Christ much like the evergreen trees remain green the whole winter long (hence they are called “ever” green); and red represents the blood shed by Jesus during his crucifixion. There you have it. I often wondered so decided to google it.
Hello everyone. I am so sorry I have been on a hiatus from the business of Clothes Encounters. I just decided to start up again. I am curious about how you fared with your dressing during COVID19. I, for one, dressed up every single day with full makeup and jewelry/accessories even when I was to stay home all day. It makes me FEEL better. I hope you didn’t live in sweats during the whole ordeal. Remember-clothing and colors have healing properties. Stay tuned for more posts in the near future. Please comment about your successes and what I can do to help you get back in the groove of dressing to express. Love, Diane