How my outsider status helps you
I love fashion, studied film at Cornell and image at FIT, but I am not a fashionista. In fact, my outsider status propels me every day to claim back style for all of us.
Even as a child, I saw how people make lightning-fast assumptions about who you are from how you look. I have been the new girl more times than I can count, living and traveling in over 66 countries and states. Intuitively, I understood how to wield the power of style to turn reality into advantage. Over time, I learned how to teach others how to use personal style to propel their purpose.
Like many of you, I have tried out lots of different roles — powerful executive, rocker wife, club kid, good daughter and fun friend, Mommy, and sometimes even cool Mommy. But when I walk out the door every day, I am my self — a combination of all of these.
I love looking great, but I want it to be easy. I am tall with curves and stores often do not stock my size. While investing in my clothing and my look is fun, I always keep in mind who I am, what styles flatter me and my budget.
I’m a former exec and a Mom, so time is my most precious resource. I know that is true for many of you, too, so I built DailyOutfit to meet you wherever you are — online or in-person or both. I built my business around my other roles (Mommy, Wife, Sister, Friend, Me), so I walk the walk of a balanced lifestyle.
Since I have a global perspective, I understand your style needs to work for you no matter where you live or the life you lead. I have had clients from the mountains of Wyoming and Switzerland to the cities of Amsterdam and New York and towns in between. I have worked with corporate execs, nonprofit execs, medical professionals, Moms, students, artists and solo-preneurs.
I love to get to know people and help them grow, so my programs allow you to dig in, learn and practice so you can adopt personal style as a skill set for your own life.
Ultimately, I love helping women connect their purpose with their personal style. I want to create a space for every woman to step into her own power.
Are you ready for that to be you?