My Guest on the Show…
Kelly Snyder is the founder of the website and brand, Adore Your Wardrobe.
Kelly’s mission is to give women the tools to overcome the problem of having a closet full of clothes, but nothing you want to wear. She isn’t about the latest and greatest trends, but rather focuses on finding clothes that make women feel confident, regardless of age.
Now of course Kelly didn’t come on the show to share her fashion trends with a 34-year-old man who wears gym clothes everyday!
I asked Kelly to come on the show to share how she started her business from an idea about fashion, to become a high-level earner inside this online business in the first two years.
Plus, Kelly is offering a special for Money Peach listeners, $20 off the Designer Program when you use the code ADORE2018
only on December 26th!!
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Mentioned in this Episode
How Chris and Kelly Met [1:32]
Why Kelly started a blog [3:41]
When she pivoted to start Adore Your Wardrobe [10:24]
Where the idea came from [12:53]
Being a fashion blogger sounded like hell [13:41]
How it’s different than blogging [17:22]
How much Kelly charged for the beta (This will shock you!) [23:15]
Kelly team philosophy [31:22]
How she finds customers [39:19]
Kelly’s next big idea? [44:10]
A special for Money Peach listeners on December 26th! [44:57]
How Adore Your Wardrobe has helped people’s marriages [46:30]