- CREATE YOUR OWN STYLE POWER.
I had a blast sharing a bit of the Ustyled journey (and what I’ve learned along the way) as well as tips for ‘redefining dress for success’ with Leadership Style Power on Kelsey Suemnicht’s podcast ‘Women in Diplomacy.’ CLICK HERE TO LISTEN LIVE CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW ON iTunes
Having a powerful presence and a sense of self and style isn’t necessarily something that you are born with. Its something you grow into, whether it’s because your parents and/or childhood cultivated opportunities for you to create resilience, strength and grow through challenges or because you sought them out (or both). Personally, I see my […]
“I feel more authentic than ever before.” ~ Cindy Harris The work that we do with our clients is not about changing them or styling them so they ‘fit in’ to expectations of what they should look like. That’s why I kind of love the juxtaposition of Cindy’s ‘before’ and ‘after’ photo’s. There is a lot that […]
A recent conversation with a client highlighted a key to her success and WHY we’ve created such amazing results evolving her style as she’s moving into her next level in her career. Why did she invest in Ustyled? Because she had been trying to figure out her ‘professional style’ on her own and not having much […]
You know how you’re supposed to let go of something, but perhaps it can take weeks, months or even years to actually let go of it? It’s scary! Not just because you may still be doing something because it’s your bread and butter but also because it’s what you KNOW. Moving forward into something unfamiliar is always […]
Have you ever worn something because a salesperson at the store picked it out for you but you just didn’t quite feel “right” in it? Have you ever LOVED a style in a magazine only to try and rock it yourself and in the end, feel UNCOMFORTABLE because it might be too bright, bold or […]
I wasn’t in a great place at the beginning of this year. I was feeling wonky with everything going on here in D.C. and questioning the work I’d been doing for over 8 years. I also saw this feeling of wonkiness realized physically in a bit of weight gain. Now, I don’t weigh myself too often. […]