Can clothes and accessories help us to get to know ourselves better? Can style be an experimental tool for how we create and embody our sense of self in this season of our lives?
Today’s guest, international stylist Anita Feron Clark, didn’t grow up feeling good enough. She was mercilessly bullied at school and criticized at home for being “too dark and too round.” In her late 20s, she said “ENOUGH,” and experimented with style to find her own look – and she’s never looked back.
Nowadays Anita has helped more than 5,000 men and women to express their authentic selves in how they dress.
Sidebar: How we look on the outside, of course, has precisely zero bearing on our wholeness and good enoughness. From that perspective, it doesn’t really matter if you live out your days in sweats.
But the right clothes can help us lessen the gap between knowing we’re enough, and actually feeling it. Need a little more strut in your life? More sass? More “Oh yeah, that works…”?
Press play… We’ve got you.
Anita Feron Clark’s website: https://feronclarkstyle.com
Anita on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/feronclarkstyle/
Christina Glickman on IG: https://www.instagram.com/christinaglickman/
Iris Apfel on IG: https://www.instagram.com/iris.apfel/