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Ginger Burr

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Let’s face it. It’s a jungle out there!

  • It’s no wonder so many women are confused, frustrated or just plain overwhelmed when it comes to creating a personal look they love.
  • Dress for success now goes well beyond looking appropriate in the workplace.
  • It’s about being true to who you are (no matter where you are… work, home, or social engagements), understanding who you are at a deep level and expressing that through your wardrobe and image choices.

“Your presentation was fantastic — fun, interactive, and extremely informative. We are very grateful to you for sharing your time and expertise with our clients. Thank you!”

— Kim Todd, Executive Director, Dress for Success Boston

Photo courtesy of the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce

Dress for success means juggling many obstacles:

  • The expectation that women should know from birth how to put themselves together,
  • Too many choices in the stores,
  • Conflicting advice in magazines and TV,
  • Societal pressure to conform,
  • Knowing how to keep up with what’s current without appearing too trendy,
  • Aging concerns,
  • Body image issues, and
  • The natural desire to like the way you look!

Whew! These concerns often make it difficult for women to know what truly looks good on them. So, how do you sort through all that and begin to create a look you love?

That’s easy! Invite Ginger to speak! With 20 years experience, she’s engaging, entertaining, sensitive to women’s concerns about their bodies and the connection to self-esteem, and she provides a wealth of information on how to create a confident look that speaks to who you are not who someone else thinks you should be!


“Fantastic! Great addition to this year’s program!”

— Participant at the Gearing Up Conference, Women's Leadership Institute, Bentley University

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Ginger 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.

Clients include:

  • Harvard Business School
  • Massachusetts Women’s Conference
  • U.S. Army — Women’s Leadership
  • International Association of Administrative Professionals
  • International Yankee Dental Conference
  • International Coach Federation
  • American Association of Women Dentists
  • Massachusetts Organization of Nurse Executives
  • Bentley College
  • Fidelity Investments
  • State Street Bank
  • Watertown Savings Bank
  • Data General
  • Schwan Corporation
  • Harvard Law School
  • ReacHIRE
  • Unilever

“Ginger, I wanted to share some news that results from the investment I made when I first started working with you: I have a new job--one that I wouldn't have gotten without the personal growth that came from thinking about clothes, and identity, and how I wanted to put myself out in the world. By making the investment in good clothes for myself, I was really sending an internal message that I was valued, and that in turn shaped how I set a professional path to work with a remarkable group of women.

For my first interview I wore a dress and shrug from Max Mara (bought on sale and where I was smart enough to buy the matching sweater on the spot, even though it wasn't). I've gotten so much value out of that one dress! Dare I say, it was sagacious and poetic. This summer, in the casual realm, I also found myself in a deep blue top and turquoise shorts, and green shorts and a blue shirt—the shorts were actually a steal from, of all places, Kohls. (Who knew?).

The big change for me in this new job is that I'm going to have to be dressed for work 5 days a week, rather than just 2 or 3, but I'm already thinking of what I'll invest in and how to build on what I have.

I remember you said more than once that this would be a slow process, and sometimes that frustrated me, but it's really unfolded just the right way, and I have stronger shopping skills and a better sense of myself to make me more comfortable in my new realm.

Thank you!

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