When you look in the mirror what do you see? Are you truly delighted by your reflection or do you try to avoid looking in mirrors? Do you wish you had a knack for putting together wonderful outfits rather than resorting to the same old thing every day because you don’t know what else to wear? If one of the most stressful parts of your day is when you get dressed then it’s time to change that. Getting dressed should not stress you out or feel like a burden –it should be easy and, hey, even joyful!
My specialties are helping you get answers to why something does or doesn’t look good on you so you can stop repeating past mistakes, make shopping more efficient by giving you the three tools you need to navigate a store easily and, most importantly, helping you explore who you are on the inside and show you how to reflect that in the clothing choices you make–that’s how you feel fabulous and self-confidence in your wardrobe.
Take some time and explore my website and, if you like what you see, feel free to set up a time for us to explore the possibilities. Whether you live in the Boston area or Guam (yes, I have a client in Guam), I can help. And, I have many, many ways to support you in creating a wardrobe you love. As one of my clients, Claire Kiedrowski, says, “It has been 2 weeks since I met and shopped with you, and every day has been a good ‘clothes’ day. My mornings are easy as I search for what to wear and I have less clothing now but more options. Thank you so much! My husband has enjoyed my new look and has noticed that I have more confidence.” You, too, deserve to feel great about how you look and it brings me great joy to help you, like Claire, do that.
With beauty, style & grace,
ready to take the stress out of getting dressed?
This 30-minute instructional makeup video is like having me sitting there with you as you do your makeup.
Nurturing Beauty Style Secrets Blog
“Yesterday, I took a long sleeve heavy t-shirt I had bought at The Grand Canyon. I taped it up to the area at my Fashion Fit Formula hip/leg area. I then looked for a necklace to drape at my breastbone point. I didn’t have ANY! Instead I used a scarf and tied it just to see that length. I was shocked. I looked 10-15 lbs. thinner! OMG! This was a just a long sleeved t-shirt with jeans! ”