If you’ve been following me, you know that I recently went through a rather epic zero-waste closet clean out and have been sharing my tips along the way on this site and through a series of (unpolished—no editors these days) IGTV videos. I am also always thinking about what today’s wardrobe essentials are and how to buy less and buy better. With those two ideas in mind, today, I am launching The Wardrobe Project, which are effective, personalized services meant to help others in those areas. Whether you want to spend an hour creating a core wardrobe, clean out your closet, or get serious with a more extensive, hours-long (but not done in one day) complete style and closet refresh, I am here to guide you through the process. (All appointments are virtual for the time being.)
What makes me qualified? I spent over twenty years as an editor at Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue and Lucky, where I spent my time not only covering and writing about fashion, but also styling women for shoots, culling the best fashion ideas from around the globe and distilling what’s works and what doesn’t to help women look and feel their best. I love fashion but am more obsessed about personal style and know that when you find it, you are able to create a succinct wardrobe that works for you. Because a thoughtful wardrobe is a more sustainable wardrobe.
If you’re interested, this starts with a complimentary phone call to figure out how I can help you. Click here to learn more.