I teach professional appearance skills to organizations who prioritize their people and the planet.

I’m Loren, Sustainable Personal Stylist. I believe personal styling education is a form of leadership development.

I’m a former scientist turned stylist who traded in my steel toed boots for high heels.

Now I deliver workshops and presentations teaching the foundations of style and universal guidance for men and women to immediately and easily implement on their own.

Your teams can learn how to develop a work appropriate personal style that reflects individuality and how to dress in a way that aligns with your organization, values and supports your sustainability initiatives.

Since 2016, I've styled over 100 personal clients, developed dress codes, and taught my styling strategy to hundreds of people through style workshops and presentations.

More about my story and how I got here.


Sustainable Style

Shopping to create style is not sustainable, and it's not improving your style.

Most of our current fashion and shopping habits are wasteful, and they sabotage our attempts at creating authentic style. Because personal style is an inside job.

I teach an intentional approach to style, starting with the person, so that they are an active participant in writing their own style story so that at the end of the journey, what they come up with actually sticks. And when they know who they are and what matters to them, it leads to more sustainable style habits that also improves their personal style.


Build resilient teams by prioritizing employee appearance and style

Employee engagement, recruiting and retaining talent plus mental well-being are all significant challenges facing the modern workforce.

By providing professional development that supports your people both on and off the job, you’re creating a culture of engagement, unity, and collaboration.

Establish yourself as a destination employer by giving your teams skills that benefit them in all areas of their lives. Provide growth opportunities and create culture that supports continuous improvement so your teams feel valued. Cultivate confidence so your teams are more effective, take more action and become resilient.

Your people are your greatest asset – how are you investing in them?

Learn more about personal styling presentations or strategy of style training workshops.


"Loren possesses knowledge and transferrable skills on dressing and appearance that few had ever had the opportunity to experience.  Her in-person workshops were just what we needed to make our “living brand” come to life.“

Abby Murtagh

General Manager, The Arizona Biltmore

“You definitely met my expectations. The most valuable part of the presentation was when you discussed the importance of dressing the part even when working from home."

Jill B.


“She had a great personality for the group. Kept it light, but still seen as an authority.

Not only did she bring important tips and link confidence to style - which is very important in business - but the team was much more engaged during her presentation than usual. Loren is a great speaker on top of being an incredible stylist.”

Gina G.

Veeva Systems

“I would highly recommend Loren to groups wanting to provide a “Dress for Success” session for their employees. The group gave very positive feedback on Loren's presentation. She left us wanting more. Her tips are simple, practical and relatable to a wide variety of audiences. I loved it and my group loved the presentation.”

J. Martin

Western Alliance Bank

“A special thanks to Loren who worked closely with our City of Phoenix Green Team to kick-off Phoenix Fashion Week with our Sustainable Fashion Show. Your efforts in educating our employees on the connection between the three pillars of sustainability and the impacts of our purchasing and care of clothing raised awareness. Thanks so much for your efforts and partnership with us!”

Mark Hartman

City of Phoenix Chief Sustainability Officer

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