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What a humbling day. Our founder was named one of the top 25 business women in the region by the Central Penn Business Journal. Just amazing. We are supported by so many people that it’s astounding. Thank you, each and every one of you, for having our backs.
At Ruby, Inc., we like to do the most possible good. In a recent partnership with That Shuu Girl Boutique and A Touch of Perfection in Lancaster, PA, our businesses worked together to give our second makeover to another deserving young woman named Mandy.
Mandy recently uprooted from Texas to Pennsylvania after experiencing a tragedy to be closer to her family. We know she’s smart, beautiful and strong so we gave her a day to herself to experience a Cinderella moment for free.
How do we do it?
And as you know may know when Ruby, Inc. clients book a closet editing, which is where a personal stylist reviews your wardrobe and decides what to purge, what to have tailored and where you’ll need to splurge, a personal stylist will also (with your permission) donate your unneeded clothing to thrift shops to promote local job growth or sell your unwanted clothing on Threadflip. You can see the store front here.
One hundred percent of Ruby, Inc.’s sales on the Threadflip site are then donated to style women in need.
To enhance your own wardrobe while doing good, check our out Threadflip store here or to schedule an appointment with a personal stylist click here.
We receive tons of positive feedback from our customers. In fact, our average rating on a scale of 0 to 10 with 10 being the max from our customers is a 9.40. Not too shabby, but we want to shoot for 10! And we’ll keep improving until we get there. In the meantime, you’ve been reading tons of tips and tricks from the Ruby, Inc. crew. Now you’ll have the opportunity to see what read customers are saying about their experience with closet editings, personal styling and more.
Do you have a closet full of clothes and nothing to wear? It’s probably because you have entirely too many items lurking in your closet. You see, during the past 20 years neuroscience research has changed our understanding of decision making. John Lehrer, author of How We Decide explores the “every day failure” of looking at all of the decisions we’re faced with and trying to make the best one.
Why do you struggle and fail to make a decision?
According to Lehrer, it seems as though the best way to make decisions was to be as rational as possible with lists of pros and cons. It was reason, he argued that set us apart from other animals. These are Lehrer’s thoughts harkening back to the ancient philosophers. This was a popular assumption for a few thousand years. It was a simple assumption that we’re rational creatures. But Lehrer, says it’s just not true. We’re not rational. We’re emotional creatures driven my instincts and passions and even when you’re not aware of your feelings, they still impact your decision-making. It’s rooted in emotions that you can’t even articulate.
And we, as emotional women, need to recognize that.
And that’s why we’re giving you a handy little check list of a few items you’ll need in your closet. They’re all mix-and-match-able which means regardless of how you’re feeling, you’ll be able to put something together because all of these pieces are classics.
So how are you feeling today? How can you simplify your morning? Recognize that you don’t need tons of pieces to make a good decision because it’s all based on how you feel on that particular day.
You just need a few options that you can mix and match depending on how you feel, because your feelings will drive your decisions.