I first worked with girls and women 10 years ago as a stylist. I found that through my clients opening their wardrobes came the opening of their hearts. And as the clothes spilt out, so did their negative feelings about themselves.
I related to so much they shared and could see that we all needed something more than knowing how to pick flattering clothes.
Over the years, a message has developed I would love to share with you here on the blog and in person either as we work through your wardrobe together or at a group event for girls and women.
It has 3 main focuses:
SELF ESTEEM - helping you know how valuable you are.
SELF IMAGE - helping you see that perfection doesn't exist and you have your own unique beauty.
PERSONAL STYLE - helping you discover that you are stylish and to develop a creative confidence, especially with your dressing.
BEST FROM THE BLOG
On Finding Your Personal Style
How I Found My Personal Style I
Part I Continued
Part VII Continued
On Loving Yourself
What's To Love?
Loving Imperfect You
Loving Real You
Loving Unique You
It Doesn't Have To Be Perfect To Be Worth It
I have an MA in Art History specialising in the History of Dress from the Courtauld.
I worked with the costume collection in the Curatorial Department at Kensington Palace.
I trained in image and style at Aston+Hayes.