As a Denver, personal stylist, I’m sure a common misconception of my industry is that we arrive at your home and immediately start telling you what’s wrong and exactly what you should do differently. Nothing could be further from the truth! With a background in retail and outside consultative sales, I’ve always collaborated with my clients. No one, especially me (ask my husband) wants to be told what to do. Personal style is the foundation of every decision we make about your wardrobe. And to make sure my clients feel included in the process from the get go, I assign style [..] read more
I should start by saying I truly don’t mean for the title of this blog to sound as snarky as it does, (which is why I added the “probably” in.) However, I have to say I sort of “borrowed” the title from another blog, because even though I’m a personal stylist, (and wardrobe/image consultant,) I am a total sucker for “warnings” like this. U was intrigued enough to click through and find some great info. While the “rules” I’m outlining below aren’t necessarily new, they’re a good reminder to us all…even me! 4 Things stylists do that you don’t [..] read more
As an image consultant, wardrobe consultant, personal stylist and personal shopper, I know that taking the plunge and making the call might be intimidating. Check out my video below to learn all about my personal style philosophies and how I can help you with closet audits or edits, style assessments, personal shopping and more. I’d love to meet you!
Dana Lynch’s Elements of Image offers a kinder, gentler What Not to Wear. If you’re too busy to shop (or just hate it) but want to look your best, you’re wise to work with Dana. Her image/wardrobe consulting services are flexible, reasonably priced, and make efficient use of your time. I’ve learned not only what works (and what doesn’t) for my body type and personal style, but also about sources for clothes and accessories I didn’t know about. Dana also offers pointers for how best to organize your wardrobe. All of this has saved me time and money. Mary Lemma, [..] read more
Anyone who has lived in Colorado for very long knows that the weather changes nearly every day in March. As optimistic as we want to be, we also know that it will likely snow at least a few more times—in between our 60 degree days. All of these changes make it very difficult to plan our spring wardrobes and to know exactly when to shop for spring. As a wardrobe consultant and personal stylist, I work with professional women who need both professional clothing and business casual clothing. For both of these categories, I highly recommend shopping early in the [..] read more