“It’s important to learn to build feel- good wardrobe. A wardrobe where every item in your closet makes you feel confident and poise. Clothing communicates and the way you dress says a lot about a person. I believe you should invest in quality essentials that will create a lasting wardrobe.”
“Stylist Nikki Woolfolk looked casual chic, in our “Smile” tank top with a cute black mcm bag, orange Michael Kors sandals and ripped denim shorts from 7forallmankind.”
“My perfect client is a leader in the community, an executive, an entrepreneur who takes care of everyone else but themselves. A professional bad-ass who needs help reflecting success through her wardrobe.”
“Interviewing is different now than it has been in the past. You are no longer required to be in a full tailored suit if interviewing for a position in the creative field. Nonetheless, your wardrobe tells a story. Its obvious on paper you can do the job, but how you dress and present yourself can say a great deal about your character, confidence and work ethic.
Looking the part can be costly if your closet isn’t equipped with essentials to turn your next interview into an offer. Essentials are timeless pieces that can be paired with almost anything in your closet.”