40 min

Wealth Edit: Alison Bruhn and Delia Folk from "The Style that Binds Us" discuss working as a Mother/Daughter Duo The Wealth Edit Podcast

    • Self-Improvement

On this episode, we talk with the mother-daughter duo that run The Style That Binds Us, Alison Bruhn and Delia Folk. Delia, a former buyer for Barney’s, started The Style That Binds Us with her mom Alison as a lifestyle and community brand. As a former stylist, Alison works as a wardrobe consultant editing closets, packing people for trips, and special occasion dressings. Delia works with emerging fashion brands focusing on business and growth strategies. Here are some tips from the team on building your wardrobe:

-  Spend the most you can on workforce clothes as these will last multiple seasons

-  Think quality not quantity

-  Once you have your workforce clothes, you can put your money towards the trendy, statement pieces

-  Do not shop off of your social media

Allison and Delia explain that you do not have to pick one look. We wear so many hats, so we can play with fashion. When starting your own business, your age or where you are in your life does not matter. Life is never over. We always have time to make a pivot. If you want to create something and watch it grow, you have the chance to.

Stay tuned until the end to hear how we as women can be more ambitious.

Visit their website here!

To learn more about the Wealth Edit, visit our website and take our quiz!

We post fun updates and tips on our Instagram, @wealthedit, and YouTube, so make sure to come see us!

Check out the podcast on Spotify!

On this episode, we talk with the mother-daughter duo that run The Style That Binds Us, Alison Bruhn and Delia Folk. Delia, a former buyer for Barney’s, started The Style That Binds Us with her mom Alison as a lifestyle and community brand. As a former stylist, Alison works as a wardrobe consultant editing closets, packing people for trips, and special occasion dressings. Delia works with emerging fashion brands focusing on business and growth strategies. Here are some tips from the team on building your wardrobe:

-  Spend the most you can on workforce clothes as these will last multiple seasons

-  Think quality not quantity

-  Once you have your workforce clothes, you can put your money towards the trendy, statement pieces

-  Do not shop off of your social media

Allison and Delia explain that you do not have to pick one look. We wear so many hats, so we can play with fashion. When starting your own business, your age or where you are in your life does not matter. Life is never over. We always have time to make a pivot. If you want to create something and watch it grow, you have the chance to.

Stay tuned until the end to hear how we as women can be more ambitious.

Visit their website here!

To learn more about the Wealth Edit, visit our website and take our quiz!

We post fun updates and tips on our Instagram, @wealthedit, and YouTube, so make sure to come see us!

Check out the podcast on Spotify!

40 min

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