Some common concerns.


  • I don’t know how or where to shop.
  • I buy pieces but nothing goes together.
  • I keep buying the same things over and over again.
  • I have wasted a ton of money on things I don’t even like.
  • I’ll go into a store and just buy whatever is on the mannequin.
  • The only time I shop is when I’m in a mad dash to buy something for an event happening that night.
  • I’ll try something on in the store and think I like it, and then get it home and think it looks terrible.
  • Shopping is frustrating and not a fun experience at all.
  • If I find something I like, I’ll buy it in 3 colors.
  • I hate to shop.
  • Closet

    • I get stuck repeating the same outfits over and over again.
    • Every morning I feel like I have nothing to wear, though my closet is packed with stuff.
    • I’m bored with everything I have.
    • Half of the stuff in my closet still has the price tags on.
    • I think I’m too “matchy matchy”
    • Body / Identity

      • I dread going to events because I feel out of place.
      • I’m not happy with my body, and because of that I don’t want to spend any money on clothes.
      • I’m not a teenager anymore, but I don’t want to look old.
      • My body completely changed after pregnancy.
      • I don’t know how to dress for my body-type.
      • Confidence

        • I see other people wearing things I think are cute but I don’t think I could pull it off.
        • I just feel “blah”
        • I don’t know how to “do” style. I just don’t have the knack that others do.
        • I want to improve my style-game at work but I don’t know how.
        • Style

          • Are boots still in?
          • Do I have to wear skinny jeans?
          • I’d like to wear scarves but I have no idea how.
          • I don’t have style.
          • I don’t know my style.

Because style matters

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Molly Bingaman

Molly Bingaman is an enthusiastic promoter of Kansas City, the opportunities it holds, and the people who live here. A lover of new creative projects, her unique eye and critical attention to detail have lead to many fabulous experiences outside of Ladybird. She is the Coordinating Producer of The West 18th Street Fashion Show. She was trained by Stacy London of TLC's What Not to Wear, in New York City. Her work has been featured in Design*Sponge and Good Housekeeping Magazine, as well as many other local publications. Her project is to live a creative life, to cultivate meaningful relationships, and to always remember that it really is a wonderful world.

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