“You are a pleasure to know. I very much appreciated your expertise yesterday when we shopped for clothing to fit me and my life. Ruby Inc. is a fantastic help for women of all ages. Your charming personality and “giving back nature” make your business 5 star rated in my opinion.” — K.B.
If you missed out on the opportunity to spend the afternoon with Ruby, Inc. at Tremendous Life Books at the Charlie T. Jones Conference Center in Mechanicsburg you missed out on a fabulous time. From CEOs to empty nesters, women flocked from all over the area to learn 25 new ways to tie a scarf compliments of Ruby, Inc. and Tremendous Life Books.
“I feel so much more confident getting ready in the morning. It’s going so much faster.”– Amy
“Thank you, Jasmine. Keep smiling. God Loves You.” — Kathy
“Thank you… for hosting this event. Jodi and I had a great time and learned a lot! … Thank you again!” –Janine
“I am so excited for you to edit my closet.” — J.
“I can’t wait to set up my appointment with you.” — Rose
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“I got a few new pieces that follow the rules at a consignment shop. THANK YOU! My confidence has gone way up and this has been a huge blessing to me.” — D.P., 40-some-year-old entrepreneur and mother of two
“Thank you again for coming and working with me today. I truly appreciate your patience, understanding, and explanations about everything.” — A.S., 27-year-old married entrepreneur
“I feel amazing. I feel so good about myself.” — K. 60-some-year-old board member, married and mother
“You left such an impact on my wife that I just have to share your story. You’re creating a ministry and you don’t even know it. You’re so inspiring.” — G., 60-year-old board member and D.J.
What’s getting all the rave reviews?
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Like it or not, ladies, you’re being judged and it’s not based upon your behavior.
You’re being judged on your looks.
Take, for example, the recent article on Today, where they were saying that former First Lady and present Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made an appearance overseas without makeup.
The article said:
“Hillary Clinton addresses ‘au naturale’ liberation,” said political blog The Drudge Report, while trend site Styleite.com declared that Clinton “just wants to be normal and do things like wear her hair in a scrunchie, party with her girlfriends and go out without a stitch of makeup.”
The kicker was England’s Daily Mail, which said Clinton’s moment sans makeup made her look “tired and withdrawn.”
The article then goes on to say:
“While blatant discrimination in the workplace is less common than it was 20 years ago, she said, there are still subtle biases that may be hardest to combat.”
(View the entire article here.)
Although it’s a double standard, you still have two choices: you can complain and criticize that women ought not to be held to such a standard or you can do the simple thing: you can put on a pair of pants that fit, wash your face, comb your hair and put on a speck of makeup.
It’s your choice. We for, one, think it’s easier just to buy a pair of pants that fit than it is to change society as a whole so we’re going for the easy option.
We created quite a stir, in fact, with our readers when we posted a quote from Dani Johnson, noted millionaire saying how it was offensive to print these words on the importance of dressing in our post “How Not to Look Like a Stay at Home Mom.”
“I’m just a stay-at-home mom. Well then great. Go ahead and look like every other 98 percent of the stay-at-home moms, dumpy, lumpy and greasy, with hair tied back in one of those soccer mom deals and sweats all sagged out and bagged out in your butt. That is a culture that affects your attitude. It affects your standards and it changes the course of your life…”
We know we hit a sore subject and that’s why we’re addressing it head on.
Because there are simple facts to the matter: ladies, you are judged on how you look. It impacts your earning potential. Don’t believe us? Read “Why Some Women Will Make $230,000 More than You.” And it impacts how your family sees you. Click here to see Gina’s experience with her family.
Simply—offensive or not—people are making a snap decision about you based upon how you look. Sure, you’re not going to get it right 100 percent of the time, and yes, we believe it’s important to take risks with your style but you should fail forward in a positive direction.
So what are some simple things you can do better fail forward?
Avoid 9 Simple Faux Pas
• When you’re at work, look at your office environment. If no one else is doing it, you probably shouldn’t either.
• Cover your tummy. According to eastern cultures like India, China, Japan, and Africa, the belly is the point of physical access to spiritual power. So why would you want to show it off in the office anyway? It’s sacred, not profane.
• Avoid showing too much cleavage.
• Hide your bra straps.
• Avoid see-through clothing.
• Invest in a tailor.
• Skip flip flops unless you’re in some cutting edge-tech field with an uber-relaxed culture.
• Nothing tight.
• Don’t go overboard.
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Andrea was a wee bit nervous to find something for The Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & Industry dinner. After all, former Prime Minister Tony Blair is going to be the keynote speaker. So what do you do when you’re in a crisis like this? Andrea called Ruby, Inc. and within 40 minutes we had her entire wardrobe all put together.
Where’d we go? Ann Taylor at the Park City Center.
Where else could we have gone? Anywhere the client wants to shop. We can work with any budget.
Need help getting gussied up for your next big event?
Are you comfy? If you’re reading this post, you probably are. You might be sitting in a nice cozy chair in front of your computer and think, “This isn’t so bad.”
But if you’re reading this, you also know somewhere else in your head that things in your life could be much better. You don’t have to take life sitting down. You can make a difference in your life by making a change. Because no matter how comfy that chair is right now, nothing feels as invigorating as shaking off your problems and moving in the direction of your dreams.
Does that ring a bell? If so, you’re ready to take your first steps with Ruby, Inc.
It’s a time to get you up off your feet and excited about your future. Clients have said styling with Ruby, Inc. are a powerful, life-changing opportunity that will help you gain new perspective on your body type, your self confidence and your style. Clients have said it’s enhanced their relationships with loved ones and, helped them learn to shop without going into debt.
Many women work really hard and never seem to get anywhere. That’s why you need Ruby, Inc.’s tools to help you transform your life and invest in yourself for the future.
Check out the results from just a few of Ruby, Inc.’s clients!
“You didn’t just create a company; you’ve created a ministry. You’re going to transform how women see themselves and make them realize they have value. That’s incredible!”
“As I’ve gotten older, my size has changed (weight gain and shifts) and most of the items in my closet fit badly or not at all. When events come up that I need to be dressed better for, I’ve been scrambling for what to wear. Even going to church is a challenge because nothing looks right. As long as I needed to update my wardrobe, I decided to go for things that are versatile, separates that would give me choices without taking an hour to put together.
Ruby, Inc. took measurements and asked some questions about what I liked and felt comfortable in. I made selections from samples she assembled to find which style suited me… I now have the tools to make choices that will serve me well as I rebuild my wardrobe. She supplied me with a written plan which included a list of basics I should work on accumulating. It was a fun experience as well as an education in an area I’ve given too little thought to in the past.”
“As a woman who struggles with a negative self-body image and low self-esteem, (I’m in recovery from an eating disorder) I greatly appreciated Jasmine from Ruby, Inc.‘s enlightenment on proper fit and the right undergarments. She’s helping me learn to accept my new, healthy body! My body isn’t “wrong”… some of my clothes just don’t fit my current figure.”