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What To Wear: Listen To My Radio Interview and Find Out

Erica Laudon, the founder of interviewed me on her radio show, and asked me to share my wardrobe styling and image advice with her listeners.

Not only am I professionally trained, I also have always had the ability to use my personal creativity to put together outfits that are unique to each woman. This factor helps her stand out in a positive manner. I listen to what my client needs, what she likes and what her lifestyle is and I find a way to allow her to still be who she is, but dressed in better fitting and flattering clothes. I am not about the latest fashion trends, as that does not take each woman’s unique physical and personality traits into account. Instead, I focus on creating a unique, personal style for my clients that they will love.

I revealed quite a few of the tips I share with my clients, and how contrary to popular belief, expensive clothes are no better than less expensive because……well, you will just have to listen to the interview to find out.

My interview on what to wear in BlogTalkRadio:

Online Lifestyle Radio at Blog Talk Radio with Modern Wedding Mom on BlogTalkRadio

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Here is what Christina Frei, who appeared on The Today Show had to say about my helping her choose what to wear for her appearance on the show.

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Isn’t it time to stop wasting your time and energy trying to figure out what to wear?

If you want to find out how I have changed  women’s lives from never knowing what to wear, to always knowing what to wear, go here. Maybe I won’t be able to help you, but until we get in contact with each other, we’ll never know.

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Don’t Call Me A Fashionista.

Not A Fashionista


I Am NOT A Fashionista


At the start of every season, the fashion experts on TV and in magazines tell us what the “must haves” are for us to add to our closets so you too will look like a fashionista.

Perhaps it is a white shirt, black dress, tan trench coat, and animal print shoes or belt.

Oh wait, isn’t that what seems to be recommended to women practically every year, despite the fact that tan is a very unflattering color on many women including myself?

Black is harsh on some others, and white can make some people’s skin tone look ghostly.

Spell check changed ghastly to ghostly, but there really isn’t much of a difference, right?

These ‘experts’ typically represent a manufacturer or retailer and are there to encourage shopping and they get a piece of the pie.

Trend purchases are often behind many of those price tags I see hanging in women’s closets on unworn purchases.

Actually, there are a few women that can pull off almost any look, but that is their personal style, and they typically work in the fashion field. These women would never be labeled a fashion victim as they are all about being on-trend, and they are in the business of doing so. Think Devil Wears Prada.

But, if you are an entrepreneur, stay at home mom, lawyer, speaker, writer, decorator, artist, volunteer, fundraiser, etc., you want your unique talents, personality, creativity and self confidence to shine, and not the metallic top the fashion stylist on TV exclaimed you simply MUST wear.

No, you do not have to wear or buy the latest trend to look current or fashionable. Actually, not following the current fad is a style in itself, and one that I personally employ, because I am NOT a Fashionista.

About Scarlett

Not A Fashionista

Scarlett is a professionally trained Image Consultant and Wardrobe Stylist. She is Not A Fashionista.

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