I have been in the fashion industry for over 23 years, from an internship at Just Seventeen magazine to Senior Buyer at highstreet retailer Jane Norman and then running my own business as an independent fashion retailer.
Having trained at the London College of Style in both editorial and personal styling, I have worked as a stylist along side industry professionals on both music videos and film. As well as working at London Fashion week and London Collections Men with designers such as Paul Costelloe and Vivienne Westwood. I then went onto pursue my love of colour and trained with 'Colourflair' as a colour consultant. I now combine my colour consultancy with personal styling.
As a fully qualified personal stylist and colour consultant with experience in wardrobe editing and personal shopping. My aim is to make my clients look and feel great about themselves as I believe ‘Great style, exudes confidence’ allowing you to be the best you can be! By having the knowledge to make the right style choices you'll discover a new confident you!
As a buyer I was involved with trend forecasting and delivering a range of fashion forward garments made commercial for the high street. These skills are important as a personal stylist, to have knowledge of fashion trends but to be able to apply them to a real client and give professional styling advice. Once you understand your body shape and the colours that suit you, styling yourself will become easier and hopefully you'll embrace the change and have some fun in the process! I don't believe you have to follow fashion to be stylish, understanding your own personal style is the key to looking and feeling great.
We lead such busy lifestyles, that there never seems to be enough hours in the day
and often we don’t have time for ourselves. My job is to inspire you and put the enjoyment back into shopping. You’ll be amazed by how investing in the right style choices now, will ultimately save you time and money in the future!
‘It’s not money that makes you well-dressed, it’s understanding’