This workshop guides women to identify and define their unique “fashion personality”. Working through surveys, self-evaluation and group input, each woman will find the fashion profile that is uniquely hers. We will explore the impact of a first impression and determine what you want your appearance to say about you. The workshop will include lots of visual and hands-on trial-and-error fun with group feedback to find what style in wardrobe, accessories, hair and makeup really projects your truest self.
Facilitator: Judy Parsons
Date: Tuesday, February 26th & Wednesday, February 27th
Time: 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. & 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Investment in Yourself: $27.00
Who Should Attend: Any woman who has not examined or defined her image to maximize impact. Especially useful for women who have transitioned in life and are not sure how to represent their new role.
What You Should Bring: Your very favorite outfit, accessories and shoes. Swatches of colors that make you feel the most confident. A Photo of the day you were “cute as you can be”.
Note: Snacks will be available or feel free to bring your own
Maximum Attendees: 20 Minimum Attendees: 5 (You will be notified 24 hours in advance if minimum is not met)
Success Story: Sharon was a young lady who had been through many changes. Illness, weight loss, and then a career shift had all heightened her awareness of her own appearance. Having worked most of her adult life in a recording studio, she was never in contact with the public and was in the “anything goes” mode with her wardrobe. Constantly receiving hand-me-downs from her family, she had no idea what fit or flattered her, and also suffered from ABS: “Abundant Black Syndrome”. Embarking upon her own business, Sharon found herself face-to-face with potential clients, and was painfully aware her appearance did not reflect anything she wanted to say about herself. After Sharon discovered her fashion personality, she was able to clarify her image and her audience. Armed with this new knowledge, she was able to edit and update her wardrobe so her appearance would tell people who she is and where she is going. This shift in her appearance has given her a newfound confidence and self-acceptance that is serving her well in her new venture.
- Save Time by limiting your wardrobe to what energizes you; no more standing in front of a closet full of clothes with nothing to wear
- Save Money in reduced spending on impulse items that are never worn
- Increase your self-confidence by knowing you always look your best