What do the words ‘fashion’ and ‘personal style’ bring to mind? Are you dressing for yourself or for others? How do you pull your creativity and confidence out by wearing clothes that actually suit you?
In this podcast episode, Melissa Vogel speaks with Holly Katz about what fashion has to do with fitness.
Meet Holly Katz
Holly Katz, a personal stylist is the best friend you never knew you needed. If you’re great at a lot of things but fashion isn’t one of them, you have come to the right place. Holly has a reputation for getting people to realize if and how their image is holding them back. The life-changing results are what keeps her clients coming back for more!
Women (and men as well) give so much that it’s so easy to skimp on themselves. Most people do this without realizing that they are stuck in their comfort zone. Holly, like a therapist, gets people to spend time on themselves with no interruptions. She makes people do the WORK that it takes to realize what is holding them back with their wardrobe.
In This Podcast
- Don’t use fitness to justify excessive shopping
- “It is not about you, it is about the clothes”
Don’t use fitness to justify excessive shopping
Do not purchase mountains of clothing with the intention of weight loss because more often than not those clothes go unworn and that money gets wasted. Wear the correct sizes for your size, because clothes with the correct size will fit you better than the clothes you may wear to disguise your figure, and then you may realize that you are not as “bad” as you thought you were.
You are wearing clothes within your means, that fit your budget, that fit your body, that serve to the person you are today, not 20 pounds from yesterday, not 10 pounds from today, today. Who you are, where you are in your life today, what you need and where you are in your life phases. (Holly Katz)
“It is not about you, it is about the clothes”
When people are looking for or are trying to create their style, Holly recommends that people start with their body type, and their body type is simply where they carry the most of their weight. Then, you figure out which kinds of clothes fit and look best for your body type, instead of changing your whole body type to suit the clothes.
You can also start by looking at fashion blogs, interviews, or looking at various outfits on Pinterest that suit your body type to gain inspiration. Look for the clothes that you like, what their colors or patterns are, and then look for those clothes in sizes that compliment your body type.
Get in touch with Holly and let her know you listened to this podcast, she’ll send you a free video about the 10 worst fashion mistakes as well as an hour-long consultation: email@example.com
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Meet Melissa Vogel
Melissa Vogel is an energetic keynote speaker, business owner, certified personal trainer, certified group fitness instructor, 1st degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do, a mother of three, and a podcaster.
Melissa has been voted as the Best Personal Trainer for 2020 by Inland Empire Magazine, and Built the Busy to Bomb Fit Mom exercise system.
She is quickly becoming recognized for her expertise and influence in her field!
Melissa has contributed to numerous publications and has been featured in the Trail Blazer Magazine, and published in the April 2020 edition of Health Magazine. Her approach incorporates personal experience, energy, humor, and charisma.
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