My styling services are available to literally everyone.
I work with my clients to discover their individual style, and convey their personality through fashion, all within their own budget.
I am the only wardrobe consultant in the area with a background in social services and the arts. I am 110% committed to supporting my clients’ positive body image with a holistic perspective.
People who might benefit from my services the most are
people returning to the workplace after a long absence
people changing or advancing their career
anyone who needs a boost of confidence
For those of you concerned about the environment, or with a tight budget, I specialize in vintage, eco-friendly, and thrift style.
My contact info is up top, or use the handy form below to get started.
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Let's chat, and I can develop a custom package just for you. My contact info is up top, or send me a message using the form at the bottom of this page.
A happy customer
"I am not kidding when I say this changed my life. I was like Oprah with an 'Aha moment' here and an 'Aha moment' there! Don’t get me wrong-I used to know more about fashion. I used to care about fashion. Ya know, before I traded in my business casual attire for yoga pants and spit up stained t-shirts. From time to time as my kids have gotten older, I have tried to focus on my look again, but I always fall into the same old rut. The real problem, I think, is that I don’t know what to do with all of those cute belts, scarves, shirts, skirts, and dresses hanging in my closet. Until now! […] I have a renewed interest in my wardrobe now. I’m actually taking the time to put outfits together instead of just grabbing my old standbys. I look better. And I feel better!"
Read Leslie's review here.
My style philosophy
My fashion philosophy is deeply rooted in my commitment to human rights and the environment, especially relative to women, body image and self-esteem. And I haven't forgotton how much fun I had draping myself and my playmates in scarves, fabric remnants and my mom's dresses during make-believe.
There is power in what we wear, and we should use it for good, not evil.
So much of fashion marketing, social pressures, and self-deprecation makes getting dressed or going shopping a form of punishment for folks.
Fashion doesn't have to be mean or oppressive. It can be fun and fortifying– like your favorite breakfast cereal. ;)
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