INTERVIEW: Fashion, Style, and Health with Sandi Mele

INTERVIEW: Fashion, Style, and Health with Sandi Mele

Hello! Alrighty, to close out this week, I’m excited to share a new interview. This one is on a bit of a different topic: fashion, style, and clothing.

If I’d have asked myself 5 years ago how fashion and style related to health (and if I thought they were important), I’d have laughed. Fashion and style? No, that’s not important to me. And to spend time on what I’m wearing, how I’m dressing, and what I buy? Perhaps leaning into the materialistic, shallow, and focusing outward for approval zone. Nope, that’s not where I want to be.

Fast forward 5 years and my tune is changing, a huge part in thanks to the heartfelt and real work of stylist Sandi Mele of The Style Shop ( After learning about her work through a business course I took, her thoughts and perspective got me thinking (and thinking hard!). Maybe, just maybe, how I choose to dress (dare I even say adorn) myself does have an impact on my health (and happiness too!).

In our chat, Sandi and I talk about how she got into this work, how what we wear connects to the bigger picture of health, wellness, and life, her recommendations for a capsule wardrobe (I now know what a “capsule wardrobe” is!), the hard truth she learned from a recent girl’s night out, and much, much more. Please join us!

Want to learn more about Sandi and her work? Hop over to her website:

Links referenced in our talk:
How To Wear Skinny Jeans, No Matter Your Body Type!
The Hard Truth From A Girl’s Night Out

Sandi and I would love to hear from you. Anything sticking with you after listening in? Leave us a comment below! 

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