Shop Your Closet for Color!

Working as a Denver image and wardrobe consultant for the last 13 years, I’ve done A LOT of closet consultations! And each one has been unique. And although every client is an individual and each closet is different, I’ve discovered there are several very common learning outcomes. Now that we’re starting to slide into fall transition, and it’s highly likely you’re a little sick of your summer wardrobe, yet it’s  I’d like share a crucial one with you, so you can shop your closet, expand your wardrobe,  and feel amazing every day! Most neutral colors, such as black, white, grey [..] read more

Wearing Pantone’s Color of the Year

Pantone, the go-to authority on color trends, has named Rose Quartz as one of the “it” colors for the year 2016. It is light to mid-toned pink that many consider a dreaded pastel. But I kind of see it as a really fresh trend. It’s simply a matter of knowing how to wear this pale hue without looking childish or losing your power. Here’s a little inspiration on how to inject the color of the 2016 into your winter wardrobe. And note—don’t worry about looking for an exact match of said Rose Quartz. Designers interpret Rose Quartz, a very soft, [..] read more

Decisions that impact your polished, professional image

When potential clients contact me, curious to learn more about up-leveling their wardrobes, usually it’s something they’ve been thinking about for a LONG time. As women we have such a tendency to put ourselves on the back burner! And when it comes to your wardrobe, you can put changing your style on the back burner, but since you have to get dressed every day it’ll be back there whistling away, annoying and frustrating you until you pick up the “kettle” and take actions steps toward the results you want. The first step in creating a wardrobe that’s easy for you [..] read more

6 Tips for a Polished Image

When I ask my clients how they want to feel, look, and be perceived, a very popular answer is “polished and put together.” So I’ve put together 6 ways to help you bring a little polish into your look for with ease. 1. Have a make-up/cosmetics routine. I wear a moderate amount of make up each day and have found what makes it quick and easy is using the same cosmetics, in the same order every (most) days. It cuts down the time consuming creativity and decision making process, especially helpful if you’re not a morning person like me. If [..] read more