december, 2018

a lot of you have asked why i closed mira mira. yes, it is a lot harder today out here in retail land.
and shopping is still fun and i have no intention of stopping or convincing anyone else not to.
but the thing is, i have to admit that my own beliefs around it are shifting.

i first realized this when i edited a lot of my own wardrobe.  when i started the journey of purging and shopping my own closet, it helped to simplify my life. when i weeded out the fat of what i wasn’t wearing, i turned more to the hidden gems that i loved (but couldn’t see) and then invested in the best of what’s missing in my wardrobe.  it helped me wear what i already owned.  it simplified getting dress in the morning. (and who couldn’t use even a few more minutes of freedom in their day?)

it’s almost like a strategy, i’m calling it conscious shopping.  we woke. (up in here, up in here! 😂) 

plus, have you noticed that trends seem a lot more amorphous lately?  i sincerely believe that’s because personal style never goes out of style. wearing things that look good on your body and represent your personal taste are effortless and timeless.  sometimes it’s hard to figure out what your personal style is or what really looks best on your body.  that’s understandable.  i’ve spent the past 8 years learning about that by working with hundreds of women in my shop.  it’s not something that comes natural to everyone and i learned a lot through trial and error.  that’s why i started the edit

i know you’ve seen those enviable, fashionable women.  they look timeless and trendless.  they give nods to trends but they are not slaves to them.  it’s because it’s really pretty simple. what makes *you* look good and feel good will always be in style.  together, we will figure out what that means to YOU!

i’m redefining what retail therapy really means now.  it’s a rewarding journey.  i hope you join me. 


with so much love,