Our personal style is a powerful communication tool that we can use to remind ourselves who we are and where we're going. I'm a Boston-based personal stylist and personal branding consultant who works exclusively with professional women. My focus is on creating high quality, comprehensive wardrobe solutions for my clients. I look as much at what's going in my client's closets as I do at what's going on in their lives to create wardrobes that work for their individual tastes and lifestyles. I combine years of experience working in public relations, styling editorial photo shoots and helping women from all walks of life turn sartorial challenges into opportunities to discover and utilize their unique personal style.
Types Of Clients: Female leaders, career transitions, entrepreneurs, & public speakers
Favorite Part About My Job: Getting to work with incredibly talented and driven women who are committed to making their lives and the lives of those around them better by sharing their gifts with the world.
Steadfast Do's and Don'ts: DO'S: Use style as a tool for your own empowerment. Use your personal style to remind you where you are today and where you want to be tomorrow. Be open to your style evolving as you do. DON'T: Compare your style with everyone else's. Insist you're too old to wear something without trying it on first. Forget to be kind to yourself.
Most important qualities of a good leader: The ability to amplify other people's strengths and hold a strong and consistent vision for their team.
My Advice for women starting their careers: Every experience you have early in your career is preparing for not just what you'll do later on but the person you'll become so pay special attention to what you focus on day in and day out. And, don't get caught up in the trap of perfectionism. It really is a trap.
Advice I wish I'd had (or had followed): Always remember that nothing lasts forever including the hard times and the periods of great success.
Quote I live By: "What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny matters compared to what lives within us." -Henry David Thoreau
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Public speaking events, Media events & Styling for photo shoots.
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