March is the sneak peek at Spring. Days get longer and daffodils start to pop up.
And, speaking of popping up, here are all the places I’ll be popping up in, and you’re
invited to pop in with me.
Where noted you’ll be able to attend, and I hope you do but only if you love tips on what to wear, why it matters, and how to minimize and maximize body parts and features.
March 4, 2021, 4 pm ET – Styling Tips for Coaches and Speakers on ClubHouse. Every Thursday at 4 pm ET I’ll be answering your what to wear questions. If you’re a member of ClubHouse, Join in HERE.
March 5, 2021, 12 pm ET- Empowering Women in Midlife – I’ll be a guest on a FaceBook
live by the creator of this great group, Hélène Tragos Stelian.
Join her free group to have access to this live interview HERE and be sure to bring your questions.
March 10, 2021, 12 pm ET- Women’s Leadership Development Series at Villanova
I will be on a panel with these amazing women in Creating a Smart Network Webinar.
Register for free here.
March 17, 2021, 12 pm ET – Get Into College Seniors!! This event is a bit unusual for me. I was asked by Amy Haskell, founder of Total Writing Enrichment, to share some what-to-wear tips for HS students for their college application interviews. The earlier you start learning what and not to wear, the easier it’ll get years later.
HS students and/or parents join in HERE.
March 23, 2021 – The VA Connection – Confidence Is Your Best Accessory For Virtual Assistants. Members Only.
Q. Who wants to know how to quickly make your closet look better?
I’ve said it before and am saying it again.
One of the quickest ways to make your clothes and the closets they hang in look neater and more welcoming, is to put all your clothes on identical hangers.
You’ll also most likely will find a few pieces you’ve forgotten about and discover others that truly need to go.
These hangers below, not plastic, are the type you should use and will love. They’ll also keep your clothes in better shape and keep them from sliding off the hanger.
Trust me it’s worth the small amount of time to do this, and while you’re at it please take out all those nasty wire hangers and give them back to the dry-cleaners for recycling.
Here Comes The Bride…no, not me.
Recently a longtime and very stylish fellow member of a woman’s networking group, asked me if I would consider offering a group virtual color consultation for her daughter-in-law to be and bridesmaids. She thought it would be a fun way to gather from all over the country, grand-mothers, moms, aunts and friends… it sure was.
From the bride herself: “That was the perfect activity for a bridesmaids brunch!
Not only should it be something everyone is cognitive of when getting ready for events, but everyone learned something and it also worked as a fun way to break the ice”. Eva Maria
I wish I had thought of this fun service myself.
I showed the bride and bridesmaids what their best colors and necklines are, so that they will be even more gorgeous on next year’s wedding day.
Reply back to get the details on how your family can have this stylish wedding party fun too. It really was a blast!
Check out my Zoom what to wear dating tips for my Dating Success episode on Sandy Weiner’s Last First Date podcast. I share tips to help women get the confidence to be seen when dating on Zoom, but my what to wear tips for dating apply to any woman who wants to make her first impression a great one. In this episode, you’ll hear…
Why Scarlett became an image stylist – How a woman’s clothes affect her mindset and confidence in dating – Tips for a woman to rock her first date outfit – How to ace a Zoom date by looking and feeling your best.
Watch or Listen to get my Zoom what to wear dating tips.
Want to know how to stop stressing about dressing?
If your answer is yes, then you need to be in my next Always Know What To Wear Workshop.
Reserve one of the last few seats before they’re gone.
Five – 3 seats left for the 2/6/21 Know What To Wear Workshop.
Four 1 seat left for the 2/19/21 Know What To Wear Workshop.
This is the perfect time of year to start tackling your over-loaded and messy closet.
My apologies if your closet isn’t messy. You could either be a client, a professional organizer, or a very neat person. But even if you are all or any of those things, you might have some
of the _______________ I share in the video below.
Use my tips to get them out in just minutes. You might have heard these tips before, but if your closet is not looking the way you want it to, watch my short video from last week’s Facebook Live and you’ll be so much closer to a less cluttered closet.
Jennifer Klepper, the author of Unbroken Threads, has a great 10-minute WIPMondays Instagram show.
WIP stands for work in progress. Aren’t we all WIPers?
She asked me to be a guest a little over a month ago, and even I was amazed at how much can be shared in just a few minutes.
I gave a few tips and thoughts about what you already have in your closet and that buying more clothes isn’t what you need to get your closet to serve you well.
Here’s what Jennifer wrote after my spot on her Monday 10-Minute Instagram show:
Full truth: My closet includes two embarrassingly large stacks of pants and skirts that don’t fit me anymore. I used to be thinner. So there. I’m going to take Scarlett’s advice: box them up and get them out of the closet. I know what looks good on me. Why keep the stuff that doesn’t?
After you watch my 10-minute spot, reply back with what you did, or plan on doing with some of the clothes in your closet. I love hearing from you.
Oh, and please ignore my Casper 👻 like appearance. I have no idea why my iPad did that.
New year note:
Here we are at the end of a year we can’t wait to leave behind and to get started on a new year filled with much needed fresh starts….but are you ready for 2021? If you’ve been hiding behind the excuse of “nobody sees me”, yet remain uncomfortable with what YOU see in the mirror after you get dressed, you are so not taking your career and well-being as seriously as you should.
YOU need toaddress how you dress so you’ll feel better about yourself, which will get you more comfortable to do virtual speaking, networking, and help you make more money.
Speaking of money, you can save some before my prices increase. Choose one of my virtual styling services or my online course Dress Without Stress, at my 2020 prices for you to use anytime after February 15 when my calendar opens up a bit, in 2021. The sooner you choose the service right for you, the earlier you can work with me, and the faster you’ll be feeling and looking put-together and successful in your career.