Welcome back to the New Mom Boss Podcast!
I’m sure you’re aware, but during the postpartum phase, our worlds get flipped upside down. There are so many different challenges that can make us feel like we’re not ourselves, from sleep deprivation, to our bodies transforming yet again.
The problem is that we can go into this season and end up feeling like a deer caught in the headlights, or like an alien in someone else’s body. This can be really hard on new moms!
One way to navigate this feeling is through our clothing and style. Today my guest is Alela Sirah, a personal stylist with 20 years of experience in the fashion industry.
She uses her work to guide women through transitional life seasons, like milestone aging, breakups, new careers,...etc. But today, we’re talking specifically about postpartum and how clothes can support new moms.
Some big takeaways are:
I loved hearing from Alela! She offered so many great tips for motherhood that are GOLD, including an invitation to join her 7-day challenge! Check out her links below for more information!
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In her experience as a personal stylist with 20 years in the fashion industry, Alela Sirah guides women through key fashion transitions like postpartum, career change, milestone aging, and dating.
By creating outfits based on the woman's lifestyle and body type, she helps women elevate their wardrobe and aesthetic. As a wife and mother of two who loves fashion, she knows women make tons of sacrifices, but fashion shouldn't be one of them.