Have you ever wondered how BOLD you should be with your style?
You know you want to wear something that makes you stand out and support your bigger message, but you’re a bit uncertain whether it will translate well with your audience and colleagues.
I’ll say that’s how many speakers feel. As seen, the typical colors worn by women on the TEDx stage are Black, White, Red, and Blue.
So when my client Dr. Christina Madision asked me to style her for one of the biggest moments in her public speaking career.
I knew whatever she wore needed to match her energy while delivering her TEDx talk on the importance of not just the *message* but who the *messenger* is when it comes to public health-related issues.
After a 30 minutes zoom style consult call, one client intake form, one “test” look via LinkedIn dm to clarify her style – polish and elegant, and one loom video with the four options to choose from, the decision was made.
A lime green Tudexo Wrap Dress 💚💜
The Results: A happy client, lots of compliments on her image, and message.
If you’re wondering what to wear for those big and everyday moments in your life, don’t be afraid to go BOLD
By doing so, you avoid
🚩 looking like everyone else
🚩 competing with the light and background on stage
🚩 losing confidence in your message
🚩 missing other important opportunities
🚩 failing to elevate your online personal brand
You can not separate yourself from what you wear; what you can do is craft your personal style to unlock the hidden power of your image.
Don’t just take my word for it. Here is was the former First Lady Michelle Obama had to say about style – “Style helps distinguish you . . . It’s a great potential opportunity that people tend to leave by the wayside”
If you’d like help in creating your executive style to be seen as a confident leader, I invite you to schedule your time to chat.