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Is This You


I offer professional personal styling and image consulting services for women over thirty-five.

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Is This You


I offer professional personal styling and image consulting services for women over thirty-five.


 

You're a working woman, you're ambitious and exceptionally good at what you do. 

You are a professional, manager, executive, consultant or entrepreneur.

You may be a Director, Partner, or CEO.

And if this isn't you just yet, it's where you are headed.

 

You are aware that your image affects people's perception of you, and more importantly how you feel about yourself. You know that when you look good you feel good.

Perhaps you lack confidence in your clothes, are out of touch with the current 'look', and feel you are letting yourself down as you don't dress in a way that shows your full potential. 

Your business has really taken off, or you have been promoted to a senior role, but haven't upgraded your image in line with how your career has progressed. You have a nagging feeling that you need to up your game and invest in looking the part.

You may have some taken time out of your career to have a family, and feel now is the time to start focussing on yourself again.

You are becoming more visible; attending conferences, networking, pitching for investment, dating maybe. You want to work on your personal brand, your overall image and that important first impression.

You want a wardrobe of clothes that you look forward to choosing from each morning, and want to look 'put together' in outfits that are authentically you, that you feel good in. You also want to be able to do it quickly and with very little thought.

One major issue is that you don't have the time, the know-how, or the desire to figure out what you like, what you need, and where to buy it on your own. 

You feel it's time you hired a professional personal stylist, and to gain confidence in your style and professional image.


 
 
 

My clients have varying reasons for coming to me, but the same ones come up again and again!

See if any of the following resonate with you:

You want to step up, or have recently stepped up a level

You have been promoted, or are about to be, and are aware that your current wardrobe no longer suits your new more senior position. Maybe you are a business owner, and things are really starting to take off, but you are concerned that you don't quite look the part. Your current wardrobe doesn't project your best to others, and lacks the quality that will create the right impression to colleagues and clients. However, although you are ready to invest more in your wardrobe, you are scared of making expensive mistakes.  

 

You are looking for a new job, or returning to work

You are starting a new job, or returning to work after maternity leave or illness, and now is the perfect opportunity to reassess and update your image. You need to make a great first impression at interview and want to build a working wardrobe and invest wisely in the right pieces. Maybe you spent years suited and booted and your new work environment is more laid back and creative, or you are struggling to make sense of 'smart casual' dress policies. 

You constantly open your wardrobe and exclaim "I have nothing to wear!"

Your wardrobe looks like the rail at a car boot sale. You find yourself frantically searching for the right thing to wear, leaving the house in something that doesn't make you look or feel your best. You often buy impulsively in your lunch hour, on holiday, or online. Even when you know the item is not right, you keep it anyway. You hold onto the mistakes, many with the labels still attached, because you feel guilty about the money wasted and the false belief that one day you will wear them.

 

Stuck in a rut, you buy the same things, or wear things to death.

You are stuck buying the brands that you have always worn, even though your career or life has progressed. Maybe you have slipped in the style stakes with a nagging feeling that you have begun to look a bit frumpy or are dressing too young. You have worn the same clothes for years, rarely experimenting with anything new. Your wardrobe is out of shape and out of style, and often the wrong size. When you go shopping you always come home with the same styles, and are nervous of trying a new style.

 

You are networking, pitching, dating or socialising and want to make a great first impression

You are building your business, and are presenting, pitching and networking and making new contacts, but know that your current wardrobe isn't doing you or your personal brand justice. Maybe you want to be noticed at work, and agree that you should  'dress for the job you want not the job you have'. You understand the importance of your first impression. You want to feel confident and to present your best, most authentic self and make people remember you for all the right reasons.

 

You struggle to find the time, or don't have the inclination to go clothes shopping

You know your wardrobe needs updating and refreshing, but it just never happens. You work hard all week, and when the weekend comes the last thing you want to do is use your precious time to traipse around crowded shops. You are fed up wasting time and money buying things online that just don't work. Outside of work hours family life has priority, your wardrobe is at the bottom of your to-do list. 

 

You don't enjoy shopping or feel overwhelmed by all the choices

Maybe you just don't like shopping and have never been bothered about or interested in clothes and style. Shopping trips give you a sense of fear and dread, and inevitably you come back from one feeling stressed or disenchanted. You feel that the time has come when you need or want to make an effort but you recognise that you could use some help.


Whatever the reason, you feel in need of a workwear overhaul, and a style that reflects who you are at this stage in your life or career

And if you recognise yourself in any of the descriptions above you'll be relieved to know that help is at hand.

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