Why on Earth did I trade in a career in mental health for being a wardrobe stylist? How did I get from A to B? Well! It's not as odd as it sounds. I'm lucky enough at this time in my life to be able to look back and finally see how every failed relationship, crazy move, and degree got me where I eventually was meant to be.
My journey began in art school, continued in marketing departments, took turn to psychology after the Global Finance Crisis in 2008, and came screaming to a halt after having my son. My continued love of fashion and styling kept me happy in the hard times and injected so much confidence into my self-worth that eventually it hit me...why wasn't I just helping women find confidence through style this whole time?!
Now I'm a Wardrobe Stylist in Portland OR, helping women with Closet Consults, Style Consults, and even Virtual Style Consults for worldwide clients. But it still wasn't enough! I grew up in a working class family and feel it's unfair that often the edge style can give is withheld only for the women that can afford to shop in high-end establishments and hire personal shoppers. We all deserve that leg up. ALL OF US! That's why I started Style Class. To give everyday women the tools to reach their goals affordably through live classes, online video classes, and free resources.
Re-intro complete! Now onto the update:
Those online videos classes are coming out before mid Dec 2017 through teachable! To stay tuned about price point (I'll give you a guess...it's less than your internet bill and what you learn will last you the rest of your life) sign up for my newsletter for the update when they are live.
Lastly, what do you consider "put together". My clients, and everyone I speak with about their style talk about looking more "put together", but it means different things to different people. For some it's a feeling, and for some it's head to toe styling. What do you think? Put your answer in the comments below.
Follow Style Class on Instagram and Facebook @mystyleclass
For info on how to book your own Virtual Style Consult: