Studies have proved that more groomed and presentable individuals are offered more opportunities, and become more successful in the workplace. Your look can, indeed, affect your performance!

And if you run your own business, you’ll be surprised by how your professional image can be powerful in the research and engagement of new clients and opportunities.

Whether you’re stepping in or out the corporate world, you might experience a lack of confidence in your personal style and brand. What to wear? How to look professional but still preserve your individuality? How to express your personality? Trough a styling session with me you’ll feel confident again and ready for greater success!

How it works :

As your personal stylist, I’ll start analysing your colouring, body shape, corporate lifestyle and work environment, reviewing your wardrobe and creating a perfect capsule for work. During the session I’ll give you new shopping tips in order to complete your outfits to perfection.

Included in the service, a secret Pinterest board, where photos of your outfits will be saved, together with additional styling and shopping tips.

You’ll end the session feeling more confident with your look and, of course, looking great!

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NEW! It is now possible to have my styling support for a business photo shoot or video!

Whether you are setting up your own business, or thinking of more exposure for yourself through new photos or videos, be sure to have a talking professional image, that gives the right message and represents both you and your business for the best.

Read about my case studies: trasformation in minutes - Arantxa ; trasformations in minutes - Wendy ; trasformations in minutes - Alison; trasformation in minutes - Angela

Stefania has been incredible, thank you so much for ensuring that I can walk into any interview or presentation worrying only about the content of what I’m presenting, not my what I look like!
— A. Williams