It occurs to me that there are a lot of people who find it easier to have a stylist manage their daily wardrobe decisions.
There are boxes that are sent every week/month or by season that people can subscribe to make their decisions for them. Usually the stylists will chose a complete outfit including accessories. Yes, I agree, it takes the angst out of answering the question ..."what do I wear...?" But let's think about this for a minute...why? Why is the act of selecting what to wear such a burdensome activity that we'd pay a "stylist" to make the selections for us...and all we do is unpack and wear exactly as they assembled it and so on ...
It's a loaded question though isn't it? It's not just that it's easier to follow a stylist's recommendation, the responses include taking the hassle out of shopping, trying clothes on, choices and the list goes on and on.
Remember when you were little? Who chose what you would wear?--And when it was your turn to dress yourself, how did you decide what you were going to wear?--And then, when did you decide that it would be easier to give up that role again...this time, not to your mom but to a stylist? Too often I hear..."I am just not good at putting things together..." What does that mean? Decide on whether you wear a dress, pants, skirt, leggings and pair it with either a sweater, a blouse...How did we lose confidence with our ability to "put things together?"