You know you’re frustrated by getting dressed. You’ve tried every wardrobe guide and style book, but they haven’t made things easier for you. You’ve wondered what gene you’re missing that other women have that makes it so easy for them to be “pulled together”. 

What you haven’t stopped to consider is what you actually want to wear. You haven’t stopped to consider what you feel best in. This is because you’ve been getting messages all your life from others about what you should be wearing. Bottom line, it all comes down to the pressures and unrealistic standards women have been expected to conform to. Until you work through how those have manifested in your life, getting dressed won’t ever get easier.

I'm Dacy. I help women who’ve always felt dissatisfied with their clothes to feel at home in their own individual authentic style by processing the external expectations they’ve been operating under.

The format

We'll work together one-on-one for 8 weeks. You'll get:

  • 5 one-on-one calls with me: a define your style session, a closet edit session, a shopping tutorial session, a try-on session, and an integration session
  • a round of personal shopping done for you
  • ongoing email support
  • an optional discussion group just for women who are going through the same process at the same time with me

You'll also get:

  • Clarification on your style keywords
  • Recommendations of what you can let go of from your current wardrobe
  • Online shopping training
  • An online selection of items to try chosen just for you
  • Guidance on creating a capsule wardrobe (if that's something you're interested in)

Cost: $1997

Not sure?

Schedule a FREE 15-minute clarity call to chat with me and see how the program would work for you.

Schedule a Clarity Call

This is a longer form program because developing style and body acceptance and releasing the messages you’ve been given isn’t something that happens in one session. It’s an ongoing process that takes time to sink in.


mindset shifts.

Shift your thinking about your body and your clothes


Accept where you are in your body and your life.

Stop validating the story that bodies should never change.


Learn to listen to your inner voice

The one telling you when you feel good, the one that says "aaah, this is me".


Let go of thinking that getting dressed is hard.

It doesn't have to be complicated.


Allow yourself to wear the things that light you up.

Not just what you've been told you *should* wear because of the size or shape of your body.


Realize that you deserve clothes that fit and make you feel good

Women often put themselves and their needs last. It's a form of self care to make sure that you have clothes that bring you joy.

I was drawn to Dacy's aesthetic, philosophy, and values based on her Instagram content. I decided to work with her because I wanted a more curated closet. I felt that I owned too many clothes and wanted her help to better understand my style and create a closet that I love. I enjoyed the process of meeting with her virtually and getting her feedback on the clothes I own. She provided incredible insights that I would not have discovered on my own, and I really learned WHY I shop the way that I do and how to change my approach. It was great fun to have her shop for me using her trained eye to find some unique pieces. Even after we completed our meetings, she was available to give her opinion on some additional items that I ordered. Working with Dacy is an investment in yourself that will pay dividends into the future.

— Amy.


I’m Dacy (it's like Stacy but with a D).

I'm a former classical musician who hated performing. I’m an introvert who loves people but hates talking on the phone. I love to eat but hate meal planning and I love to shop but hate spending money. 

I grew up in Mobile, Alabama, but have also lived in Portland, Houston, NYC, and Miami. I currently live in St. Louis with my husband and two little boys.

Unlike other personal stylists, I’m not going to tell you what the latest trends are and what to buy. My specialty is asking the questions that make you realize you already know what you want to wear, but you haven’t been listening to yourself because the voices around you are louder than yours.

You’ve been wearing things for all the wrong reasons, and you know it, but you need someone to call you on it. That's me.

I used to keep up with every Paris fashion show and spend all my energy trying to make sure my appearance showed that I *knew* about fashion and the latest trends. When I finally realized that wearing what I actually *felt* good in was so much easier and more effortless, I ended up applying that to lots of other areas in my life.

Since then, I’ve helped hundreds of one-on-one clients and thousands of readers let go of the external messages they’ve been given about what they should wear and make way for a simpler, more authentic way of expressing their style.

"I gained important self-awareness about my shopping habits and current wardrobe; was able to refresh my style and focus my wardrobe on that style; and am now on a path for less spending, more intentional purchases and a wardrobe that brings me joy, with a style that fits me and I feel good in!"

- Alice

"This program (and Dacy!) helped me define my style, release unnecessary clothing, and shop with intent for clothes that make me feel confident. Dacy's expertise—her balanced compassion and directness—are invaluable! You won't regret it!"

- Kristen

"Dacy is extremely knowledgeable about how to clean out your closet and teaches you to only keep what you love. She’s also very insightful on the common issues that women struggle with in regards to clothing and is able to get you thinking about these issues in your own life. Highly recommend!"

- Erin

Want to try it out first? No problem.

I also do one time mini-sessions. Get all the details here.

It’s more important than ever to acknowledge the ways white supremacy and patriarchy have created unreasonable standards for how we are expected to present ourselves, compare ourselves to each other, and achieve perfection. We’ll work through every aspect of your wardrobe through this lens.

I'm committed to building an anti-racist business. You can view my anti-racist small business plan here. Ten percent of ALL mindful closet profits (including those from this program) go towards Jamaa Birth Village, an equal access midwifery clinic dedicated to celebrating cultural heritage in a community care setting and combatting racial & health inequities.

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