Let’s face it. It’s a jungle out there and it’s no wonder so many women are confused, frustrated or just plain overwhelmed when it comes to creating a personal look they love.
How do you create a wardrobe for work, leisure, casual and special events? While there are fashion rules to consider and workplace dress codes to acknowledge, what is true for each of these areas of your life is this: 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.
Whatever the focus of your group or corporate event, Ginger will address how to navigate through the world of fashion rules and apply them to the participants’ situation.
“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!”
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 25+ years’ experience, she is engaging, entertaining and sensitive to women’s concerns about their bodies and the connection to self-esteem. She provides a wealth of information on how to create a confident look that speaks to who you are no matter what the occasion!
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“I had a blast shopping with you, and I do not usually describe shopping trips in that fashion! I love having my palette and I so appreciate all the tools you are teaching me. I DID wear my new skirt last night, along with black sandals and the teal print V-neck that I had on yesterday morning. I felt comfortable, stylish, grounded with a sense of openness, and naturally beautiful! I am inspired to apply my previously-sleeping creativity to my appearance-- I am becoming my own work of art and I love both the thought and feeling of that! Bravo! With much gratitude.”