I am here to empower your people.
My name is Loren, and I provide styling services for organizations who know their people are their greatest asset.
When people feel good about what they’re wearing it removes self-doubt, anxiety and overwhelm. They know what they are wearing is “right” – right for them and right for the situation. When this happens, they fully express themselves, they’re more secure and they’re more confident in themselves.
Through my style workshops, professional styling services and dress code development, I educate, excite, and empower people around their personal style so they know how to dress for themselves within the framework of your professional setting.
So how can I help you?
People can be taught how to style themselves, they can learn the basics of flattering style, and feel empowered instead of intimidated when it comes to what they’re wearing. Styling is a subtle yet powerful advantage that people can use immediately.
Why do this?
First impressions are made in less than a tenth of second and what people wear is a critical component contributing to first impressions. At work – in person or virtual - it’s not just individual first impressions that are made, it’s your organization’s first impression as well.
Your people will show up for the day ready to get to work, they’ll uphold your organizational reputation, and they feel immediately more confident about themselves. Your teams will be empowered to style themselves to the fullest expression of your brand, their role, and for the individual wearing the garments.
When you invest in your people you signal that they’re valuable to you and your organization, they feel unified around a common cause, and part of your team which in turn creates loyalty and will help you retain and attract top talent.
Contact me to learn more about empowering your greatest asset – your people.
Since 2016 I've styled over 100 personal clients and taught my signature styling process to hundreds of people through my workshops and presentations.
I've delivered presentations, conducted workshops, and developed dress codes for a number of organizations including Mark Taylor, Western Alliance Bank, Bank of Nevada, The Grand America Hotel & Resort, and the Arizona Biltmore to name a few.
I've also contributed my style expertise and guidance to Hotel Executive, Green Living Magazine, the City of Phoenix, Like a Boss Girl podcast plus other print and digital media outlets.
How did I get here?
I'm a former scientist turned stylist. I traded in my steel toed boots for high heels. And I had to teach myself about styling.
Growing up and into my early 30's - I had no idea what I was doing when it came to style. I was all over the place, inconsistent with what I bought and wore. I had no direction for my style at all. My main directive was to buy clothes as cheap as possible - usually trying to get somewhat higher quality but always at a discount.
And then one day I decided enough. A series of events led me to realize that my style was woefully inadequate, was pretty boring and wasn't reflective of ME. I refer to this as my "beige, bland and boring" period.
So I changed, I changed where I shop, I changed by really becoming intentional about my style. I did this over a period of four years. Then I started to feel good - about myself, my choices, I became comfortable and confident in what I was wearing. I started to receive compliments from complete strangers, colleagues and clients.
When I started my business, I realized that I could take others on the same journey I had experienced. They could experience the same transformation I did and in turn feel confident, have a knowing that what they’re wearing is just right, and no longer question their choices so they can relax and enjoy life.
Wardrobe styling for a magazine feature.
This client wanted to look chic but understated, and have outfits that were stylish, easy, and modern. These looks were styled using the client’s existing clothes and accessories.
Wardrobe styling non-uniform teams – Luxury Resort, Phoenix, AZ
Creative direction and styling guidance to develop the non-uniform team dress code for a luxury resort. Employees were styled to showcase the looks using the clothing they already had that aligned with the new dress code and style guidance.