Amanda Kloots on the Importance of Being Your Most Authentic Self in Life

Hear her story on Second Life podcast.

Amanda Kloots on the Importance of Being Your Most Authentic Self in Life

Welcome toSecond Life, a podcast spotlighting successful women who've made major career changes—and fearlessly mastered the pivot. Hosted by Hillary Kerr, co-founder and chief content officer at Who What Wear, each episode gives you a direct line to women who are game changers in their fields. Subscribe to Second Life on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or anywhere you get your podcasts to stay tuned.

Whether you know her as a celebrity fitness trainer or a beloved talk-show host, there's no denying that  is an incredibly talented multi-hyphenate. She is the founder and creator of her global fitness brand , where she teaches her signature method using jump ropes and dance choreography mixed with cross-training, all while maintaining her infectious smile. A renowned fitness method, AK! Fitness has garnered the attention of several notable celebrities such as Zendaya and Kate Walsh. Kloots also launched the apparel company  alongside her sister Anna, which celebrates positivity and gives back by donating proceeds to nonprofit organizations worldwide. In January, Kloots joined CBS's The Talk as a co-host with Elaine Welteroth, Sheryl Underwood, and Carrie Ann Inaba.

As of tomorrow, June 15, Kloots is the published author of her memoir, which she co-wrote with her sister. Last July, hearts around the world broke for the Kloots-Cordero family as their battle against COVID-19 began, and support soon began to flood in every day at 3:00 p.m. with the singing of Nick Cordero's song "Live Your Life." Kloots's memoir, Live Your Life: My Story of Loving and Losing Nick Cordero, shares her 95-day struggle and love story with her husband Nick, who tragically passed last July due to COVID-19. While Kloots's journey is one of the unimaginable, the memoir emerges as an uplifting message to all, ultimately reflecting Kloots's one-of-a-kind, inspiring character. 

Before Kloots evolved her career into multiple industries, she actually began a career she knew she was destined for: Broadway. Kloots was a Broadway dancer and Radio City Rockette and performed on a variety of stage, film, and TV productions. Kloots remained in Broadway for over 17 years, where she worked rigorous hours and learned life's invaluable lesson. "One of the biggest things I learned from being a dancer [and] Broadway performer in New York City is that you need to be you. No one else is you. No one else can be you," Kloots reveals to us. 

Tune in to the latest episode of  to hear how Kloots's career in Broadway would lead her to start multiple businesses and, most importantly, teach her life's most important lessons. 

Up next, Meet the Women Who Changed the News Cycle: Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg

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3 Colors You Shouldn't Wear to a Wedding (Plus 3 You Should)

According to a celebrity stylist and bridal expert.

3 Colors You Shouldn't Wear to a Wedding (Plus 3 You Should)

And just like that, wedding season is upon us again. After what seems like ages, our inboxes are suddenly being flooded with wedding invites and I don't know about you, but it definitely feels as though there are more weddings and wedding-related events this year than in previous years. As we're all re-emerging into the world again, wedding guest attire is something we could all afford to brush up on right now. Let's be honest, it's never been simple to put together the perfect ensemble since there are so many factors to consider like the time of day, venue, dress code, and so many more details.

To shed light on one aspect—which colors to wear to a wedding—we're deferring to the experts. Today, we're tapping Micaela Erlanger, celebrity stylist, bridal fashion expert, and a regular Who What Wear contributing voice to let us in on the do's and don'ts when it comes to picking out a color palette. While there are more colors in the "okay" bucket than we're highlighting here, we're keeping things streamlined and naming three color families that are flawless wedding guest choices for any kind of nuptials. On the flip side, Erlanger is also noting which three hues to avoid wearing (and for good reason).

Continue on to find out the colors to wear and to skip and of course, peruse our shopping picks for the former.

"Remember, this is the bride's special color for the day. Let them shine."

"There is nothing like some shine to say I’m here to celebrate. Metallics make for a beautiful choice whether in silver, gold, gunmetal, or a rose hue."

"This color is too strong and harsh and could distract in photos. Ultimately taking the attention away from the guests of honor and the couple."

"Soft, romantic, and foolproof!"

"Neon already hurts my eyes. Remember you are at a wedding, not a club."

"As the saying goes, the bride needs something blue on their wedding day, who says and who says it can’t be a guest's dress."

For more wedding guest inspiration, see 9 foolproof ensembles for any type of wedding.

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