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Time To Say Thank You and Farewell

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Thank you to all my clients, readers, fans, FaceBook likers, Linked-In connections, Pinterest pinners, Instagram likers, Twitter re-tweeters and followers.

I thank the women who hated shopping for clothes, yet trusted me to show them how beautiful they can look in the clothes I found for them when we shopped together.

I thank the women who felt frumpy and out of date and almost gave up on themselves, only to see their eyes light up when they saw that they still ‘have it’ & now know how to flaunt it.

I thank the women who thought they had nothing to wear and allowed me to create multiple new outfits using what they already owned.

I thank the women who purchased my closet organizing guide, and thanked me for the tips and can now more easily find their clothes.

I thank the men who gifted my services to their wives, because they loved them and wanted their spouses to love themselves as much as they did.

2013 has been a wonderful year for me in many ways and you all helped make that happen. I thank those that allowed me to make their year special as well.

I am bidding farewell to 2013, and will be back writing my posts in January of 2014.

Merry Christmas
Happy Holidays
Seasons Greetings
and a very Happy New Year to all.

Note: My rates for my personal one to one services will be increasing in 2014.
All gift certificates purchased prior to 1/14 will be honored at the 2013 rates.

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You Are A Leader, but Do You Dress To Win?

Dress To Win


 Want To Know How To Dress To Win?


Via Twitter, I asked what one of the fabulous Women’s Campaign School at Yale attendees what her biggest takeaway was from my presentation. I love what she said, and here it is in plain English not Twitter speak:

“If you are a leader, it should be seen. If you don’t have time for yourself, how will people know you have the vision and time for them”

Shouldn’t you be a leader too? Don’t you want all those around you in both your business and personal lives, to believe that you care and will work hard to support them?

I had the privilege and honor to be asked to present my Dress To Win seminar to the Women’s Campaign School at Yale University.

73 women from all around the world who are either running for office or are looking to run campaigns, attended and had many questions about how to dress so as to project the right impression to their constituencies.

Based on all the questions and feedback that I received, I quickly realized that the goal of knowing how to dress to win did not exclusively apply to politics. All women want the same things:

* Dress age appropriately
* Look professional
* Know what style of clothing is best for their shape
* Convey ability and creativity
* To know which colors look good on them
* Have a wardrobe that does not cost a fortune
All the questions that you probably have as well.

It turns out that dressing to win is about understanding that your personal image affects what you get, give, and feel in the life that you live.

I have clients who have followed me for years until they made their first appointment with me. Why did they wait so long you ask?
Perhaps they did not realize what great leaders they really were and needed some time to accept that their personal image makes a huge difference in how they feel and what they say, without words, to those around them.

Let me save you some time; YOU ARE A LEADER!


Get my wardrobe stylist’s tips on how to organize your closet, no matter what its size may be, so that you can easily find what to wear and love opening up its doors every single day with my free guide to End Your Closet Shame here.


Dress To Win


“I’ve been style-challenged pretty much most of my life. It had become a way of life…stressing over what to wear, deciding on something, and most times feeling unattractive, unsexy, and worst of all, not feeling myself.  I decided one day I didn’t want to feel like this anymore. I took an honest evaluation of my personal and business life and realized that many times I fell short of booking a job or reaching out to increase my network of friends because I didn’t feel great about myself. Scarlett has an amazing ability to get to know you quickly and choose looks that accentuate your unique and best qualities. I’m at my best when I feel great, and Scarlett has transformed an aspect of me that needed a boost. I feel more ready than ever to get out there and do it! Thank you, Scarlett! You are a style rock star!”

—Maria Allen


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How Women Over 40 Over See Themselves

Stephen Dimmick is a fabulous NY and LA-based makeup artist, whom I discovered on Twitter. I especially enjoyed a post he once wrote, where he asks women to stop looking at themselves so closely in the mirror.
Stephen is correct, and so charming when explaining that nobody sees what you see in your closeup. I find this particularly helpful for women over 40 who start to focus too much on the little things, instead of the ‘big picture’.

Some women have become so self-conscious, that they actually are visiting plastic surgeons to find out how they can look better on Skype and FaceTime! No kidding, so please, let’s end this madness. If needed, use a magnification mirror for plucking, eyeliner and mascara application only and not for self-critiquing.

If your clothes and makeup are flattering, your perceived and actual flaws will disappear.

My tips:

Dark shadows under your eyes? Try wearing a different color.

Lines looking deep on your face? Try a different fabric.

There are many ways to look great without magnification and plastic surgery manipulation, and my clients use them every day as they now know what works best on them.

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“Wardrobe Stylist Scarlett is a pleasure to work with. She’s professional, knowledgeable, and fun! I loved playing dress-up with her guidance. She arrived with a bag of tricks, ready to work in my closet to prune, create, tweak, and suggest wardrobe additions. By the time she left, I had a small pile of clothes to donate, an understanding of my most flattering styles, many outfit options, and a shopping list for wardrobe enhancements. She followed-up by emailing the photos she took of all the outfits we had created (accessories and all), which will make getting dressed and packing for trips much simpler. Don’t even question whether or not to hire her. Just do it! Wardrobe Stylist Scarlett has a great eye, is creative, understands clothing and different body types, and is really fun to work with. You will come away with clarity and confidence.”
– L.S. New York, NY 


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