Day in and day out I hear from women who are frustrated by changes that happen to their body as they get older, by a fashion industry that focuses on women who are young, tall and thin and ignores anyone who isn’t all of those things, and by super-sized stores that are overwhelming to navigate. When did this get to be so complicated, they ask?
That’s where I come in. With 30 years’ experience as a fashion stylist, my focus is on helping women feel good about who they are. I don’t just throw a bunch of stodgy fashion rules at them or try to make them dress like someone they’re not. Instead, I help them recognize those inner qualities that make them special, and show them how to reflect that on the outside through their wardrobe and personal style choices.
Phone: 617-872-4791 – cell/fastest way to reach Ginger or leave a message at 617-625-5225
Address: 14 Lewis Street, Lynn, MA 01902
For 30 years, Ginger Burr, President of Total Image Consultants, has helped women around the world create a wardrobe they love by connecting with their inner essence. She has been interviewed by Worth Magazine, Forbes Magazine and Bloomberg Business Week and was chosen as one of VegNews Magazine’s ’25 Most Fascinating Vegetarians’ for her innovative and groundbreaking work as a vegan image consultant. Ginger is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College, the author of the book That’s So You! Create a look you love with beauty, style and grace and the creator of the online course ‘Dress to Impress–Yourself! A DIY guide to a wardrobe YOU love!’ http://www.dress2impressyourself.com. She is also learning American Sign Language (ASL).
Over the past 29 years, Ginger Burr, President of Total Image Consultants, believing that your image is about representing the best of you (not making designers happy), has built a remarkable career as an expert personal image consultant working with women from all over the world and from all walks of life. Whether it’s the “dynasty” shoulder pad era, the never-ending confusion of business casual, or the low-rise pant controversy, she has helped women navigate through (and sometimes completely ignore!) the styles of the season and feel good about how they look.
A graduate of Mount Holyoke College, Ginger is a notable speaker and leader in the field of fashion and style. Her adroit understanding of beauty trends and fashion has been celebrated by Fox TV News, The Boston Globe, MORE Magazine.com, cnn.com, Bloomberg Business Week, Forbes Magazine, and Worth Magazine. She also directs corporate seminars for some of the world’s most prestigious organizations including Harvard Law School, Harvard Business School, the U.S. Army, Fidelity Investments and Unilever. In addition, Ginger created a one-of-a-kind comprehensive online course, ‘Dress to Impress–Yourself! A DIY guide to a wardrobe YOU love!’ where she reveals the fashion secrets she shares with her private clients. This program offers women the skills they need to create a wardrobe they love all in the comfort of their own home and with Ginger’s guidance and support. She is also the author of That’s So You! Create a Look You Love with Beauty, Style and Grace!
Ginger has also been recognized by VegNews Magazine as one of the “25 Most Fascinating Vegetarians” in the world for her innovative and groundbreaking work as a vegan image consultant. And she is currently studying American Sign Language (ASL) which has been a dream of hers for many years.
These days so many women over 40 are frustrated when it comes to shopping for clothes and creating a wardrobe and personal style they love. When they walk into a store and see only styles designed for teenagers or perhaps their body has changed and clothes no longer fit the way they used to, or their eyes glaze over because there are too many choices and they don’t know where to begin, they are often left wondering if they don’t shop at the right stores, if their budget isn’t big enough or if they need the body of a model to look great.
That’s So You is for the woman who is in a fashion rut, who’s longing for guidance to create a wardrobe and personal style she loves, but doesn’t know where to begin. It’s for any woman (especially those over 35) whose wardrobe screams “good enough” while her heart says “I want to look great.” She will learn how to avoid fashion no-nos, create a signature style, shop with ease, blend comfort and beauty, and, (yay!) age gracefully.
“When it comes to overcoming the inner and outer obstacles that prevent women from feeling terrific about how they look, there’s no one more qualified than Ginger Burr. She is a fashion master!” — Cheryl Richardson, author of New York Times best-sellers Take Time for Your Life and Life Makeovers.
“Finally a book that doesn’t give you set rules. ‘Wear high heels to be stylish’, ‘Don’t leave the house without make-up’, ‘Wear X if your shape is Z’, ‘Every woman needs xyz’. Thankfully you will not find this kind of advice in here.
The book starts out in no uncertain terms that you have to figure out what YOU feel comfortable with and it guides you on that discovery. This is the first book where I feel respected whatever my choice may be.”
“I am in my early 50’s and found this book to contain very useful and practical suggestions. I could hardly put it down when I was reading it, I felt like Ginger Burr was talking to me directly. I read the book 3 months ago and have used her advice since which gives me more confidence when shopping, putting outfits together at home and getting rid of unwanted items. I have also become vegetarian as she has a section on cruelty to animals which I had not thought of before.”
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“I am putting renewed effort into dating, specifically online dating. I feel I have great options now to wear for a date or meet over coffee. And for my dating profile I realized I should include some of my words from the Totally You workshop if I'm trying to convey who I am! So I have included "genuine" and "vibrant." I'm anticipating the "captivating" word can go unsaid and will come across in my photos (more flattering thanks to my style and color improvements) and my words. You might consider encouraging other women to use their inner beauty words for their online dating profile! ”