Upcoming Boston Events

Your Style, Your Way (A Full-Day Transformational Workshop – Limited to 7 women):  Saturday, January 23, 2016

Ginger Burr Workshop

During the morning session, we identify your four personal “inner beauty words,” that will help you take your wardrobe from ho-hum to fabulous–an invaluable styling tool! You will wonder how you ever got dressed without them before.

After a delicious lunch, using the clothing you and other participants bring, Ginger will offer a full range of fashion tips and guide you to take what you’ve learned and put it into practice right away.

It is a truly transformative day!

Release Wardrobe and Body Image Blocks While Vibrating Your Uniqueness into Your Closet

Possibilities…you enter this life with so many of them. But then, somewhere along the way, you seem to have fewer and fewer of them.

The same can be true for your wardrobe. Your closet holds the same old, same old well-worn clothes that don’t light you up. Where did all the possibilities for your wardrobe go? They still exist, but beliefs, ideas and patterns acquired over a lifetime tend to bury them.

A Crystal Bowl Healing works to quickly shift your vibrational energy field and release whatever is limiting you.

Accessory Style Swap: Stay Tuned for our 2016 Date!

Accessory Swap

This was one of the hottest seminars I offer and it only happens once a year! If you have jewelry, scarves, hats, handbags or belts that you no longer wear but don’t know what to do with, then the Accessory Swap is perfect. Bring those items with you and they will go to good homes (either someone else attending or Dress for Success) while you will have a chance (with my help) to find accessories you love and WILL wear.

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Ginger Burr

Ginger gives fun, educational, inspiring Seminars and workshops for women. She speaks to professional women’s organizations, women’s social groups, conferences, and any business where women want that extra boost of confidence and competitive edge in the corporate world.

“I'm starting to see that my attention to learning how to build a solid wardrobe is starting to make a difference to my pocketbook. Yay! Even though I need to buy lots of new clothes, I'm shopping much smarter now. One example, I ordered a top in blue, but when it arrived it turned out to be much, much darker than I thought it would be – it was virtually black. In the past, I would have just kept it, assuming that I would use it some day. With my newly educated color palette, I knew that super-dark navy blue/black was just not a flattering color for me (I could actually see Ginger shaking her head and saying, no, no, no), and so I returned it, saving $88! Thanks, Ginger! ”