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 –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.
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, Peggy Rosen, says, “Working with you has been, and continues to be, a valuable and confidence-building experience in self-worth, self-expression, and self-determination.” You deserve to feel great about how you look and it brings me great joy to help you, like Peggy, do that.
With beauty, style & grace,
“After my second journey through breast cancer, this time including chemo, my hair grew back thick, curly and gray. I decided that I was going to wear my experience with pride and look fabulous no matter what. I immediately reached out to Ginger, with whom I had worked before, who redid my colors (wonderful blues and grays) and helped me create my inner beauty words. Now I get comments the whole time that I look fabulous, stunning, better than before. Ginger helped me to release the changed me that was just waiting to be freed.”
“Even though I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, my job, my uniform requires a subdued, plain, black outfit. I attended Ginger’s ‘Your Style, Your Way’ workshop and found myself again! While I still wear basic black at work, I find a way to reflect my inner beauty words every day, a pair of sneakers with pizzazz, a cool pair of earrings or rings on all my fingers! And when I’m off duty, I change my clothes using color and style to show the world and myself how I feel!”
I have found that women have tons of questions about stepping into the trends…everything from flatform shoes to cropped flared pants to ankle straps on shoes. How do you know…