The Lady Lifestyle


When you hear the word “feminine”, you probably think wearing heels, lipstick and twisting your hips while your walk. Femininity is defined in so many ways in today’s society. Some women think femininity is simply being a woman. If this is you, you definitely want to follow us because to be frank, femininity has little to do with being a woman and more to do with how you carry yourself. BUT…. that’s another story. Keep following 😉

We’re 15 days into the 2020 and if we’re really thinking about evolving as a woman, it starts with how you treat the things you have and how you CURRENTLY carry yourself. It’s time to purge and organize yourself as a woman. In order to be perceived as a woman, we must act like it and look like it, right?! If this isn’t your norm, I’ll be honest and say it’s not easy, however, it’s definitely worth it.

A clean space is feminine. – @LadyUniversity

PURGE (If it isn’t feminine, toss it!)

  1. Empty your entire closet. If you have tons of clothes, break it down into 2-3 parts. Choose what you’d like to purge. When choosing what to keep, here are a few questions to ask yourself.
    a. Does it fit?
    b. Have I worn it within the last 3 months.
    c. Would I currently wear it in the next month?
    d. If I could purchase it again, would I?
    e. Is it feminine?

    If you answered no to 2 or more of these, throw it in a pile. This pile is items that you loved when purchased but have possibly grown out of. We’ll talk about this pile at the end of this post.


  1. It’s time to FaceTime your girlfriends and/or invite them over to go through those items. Try them on and think about when the next time can you wear that item. If you don’t see yourself wearing it within the next 6 weeks, it’s time to organize a swap party.


  1. This is the best part. Organize your closet into sections like dresses, sweaters, blouses, jeans, pants/tights, and whatever works for your style of clothing. If you have mismatched hangers, grab velvet hangers, it’s classier! You can grab them at TJ Maxx.

This should be exciting. Organize your closet to reflect your current stage in life. This should be a time to begin living #TheLadyLifestyle and embracing being a woman!

Self-love, confidence, self-worth, self-esteem are core values every girl needs transitioning into womanhood. The 20th Century has sadly changed the way we view these values. People are dehumanizing the value of working on self and honestly, it needs to stop!  

If you don’t know, Lady University is a lifestyle brand to help build women up. We’re always super excited to share tips on building character and self-esteem with the girls in the mentoring program

Self-esteem is all about loving your self. It’s okay to be selfish when you’re thinking of yourself.

Self-esteem = How much we like ourselves

3 Ways to Build Self Esteem:


1. Do something you’re naturally good at

What are you naturally good at or enjoy doing? Regularly doing things that you are good at reinforces your belief in your abilities and strengths. Maybe you’re naturally good at organizing parties. Your friends can always count on you to deliver and it’s natural for you. Find that thing that’s easy for you. 

2. Have goals and create a plan

Having a goal alone won’t do much if you don’t have a plan to execute it. One of the biggest reasons people get lazy is because they don’t have a plan to achieve their goals. They don’t know what the next step is and start to wander off randomly. If you don’t know where you’re going, how will you ever get there. Write it out. It works, trust. 

3. Don’t. I repeat… Don’t compare yourself with others

Stop comparing yourself to other people. Low-self esteem stems from the feeling of being inferior. Don’t worry about what your friends are doing. Don’t get frustrated if it’s taking longer to complete a goal. You never know what a person went through to get to where they are. Don’t judge and definitely don’t try to compete. Compete against yourself.

Those are a couple tips we’re sharing for building self-esteem. It’s normal to have emotions of feeling down but don’t stay there. Get back motivated and build your confidence. Share a time you felt down and how did you overcame it?

P.S. Have you joined Lady University yet? Visit https://ladyuniversity.org and join today! A sisterhood networking organization for women and mentoring program for girls.

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