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Personal Styling Packages

Are you a Female Executive, Entrepreneur or Working Mum?

I understand YOU incredibly well because I AM you. I understand the daily challenges you face and I have made it my life purpose to take care of crafting your signature personal brand/style while you focus your energy on doing what you do best.

Click here to learn about our personal styling packages and workshops created just for you.

Corporate Image Workshops

Are you a Sales Director, HR Director, National Sales Manager or L+ D Manager?

Are you frustrated that staff are not dressing appropriately which is having a negative impact on your customers and impacting the image and reputation of your organisation?

Click here to learn more about our personal branding/executive presence workshops designed to enable real change.

Some of our satisfied corporate clients

our clients say

“Janette’s ability to really understand what I like was quiet extraordinary…I have worked with stylist before and I have to say this was the most fun, most educational and most productive session. Janette is indeed my best shopping find ever”
Justine – Senior Executive

“This has not just been a makeover, as “makeover” in my mind lasts a night or so, but a transition in physical, emotional and psychological wellbeing. I have NEVER received so many genuine compliments ever before.” Victoria

“Janette, you came into my life when I desperately needed a change. The style and colour consultations we had were invaluable. Thank you for curing my colour blindness as I no longer see only in black, brown and gray.” Susanna

“You showed me things that I would have never looked at in the shop. And the silk blouse from jigsaw with the paisley pattern is my favourite — I would have never bought it! ” Anjta

“I wanted to say a big thank you to you for being such a great shopper and for making the whole task of buying clothes much more fun. I always learn more about what works, what doesn’t and why!” Georgia

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The Power of Transformation: Reinventing Your Life

"Janette's international co-authored book"


Finding the perfect pair of jeans for your shape

Ladies, how many of you avoid buying a new pair of jeans like the plague?

According to a national poll featured in the September 2010 issue of ShopSmart, from the publisher of Consumer Reports, these were the top 10 things that made it difficult for women to find the perfect pair:

1. My tummy looks too big
2. I have a muffin top
3. My legs look too short
4. Jeans are too long or too short
5. My thighs look too big
6. My butt looks too big
7. My butt looks too flat
8. My hips look too wide
9. I look too lumpy or too large overall
10. I look too straight and have no curves

Do any of those resonate with you?

As a Personal Stylist and Image Consultant, I spend a lot of time in my clients wardrobes and most of client's own at least 3-5 pairs of jeans which they don’t love. It turns out that most women fall into the same boat.

So why is it so challenging for you to find that perfect pair of jeans? Ultimately it comes down to limited education about your body shape and how to use line and design principles to create a proportioned silhouette.

 I wrote this “Jeans Style Guide” with the hope that each woman who reads it will have a clearer direction on how to find her perfect pair of jeans that fit and flatter her shape. I hope you enjoy reading it and find it a valuable resource. 

Click here to to receive your free copy

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Getting Swimsuit Ready!

Summer is well and truly here in Sydney and I've already pulled out my swimmers many times over the last two weeks. 

In all my time as a Personal Stylist and Image Consultant, I have never met a woman who enjoys shopping for a swimsuit. Perhaps no other single word conjures up more emotion than this summer staple. 

Because women are so critical of their bodies, shopping for a swimsuit ranks right up there with root canals and moving home as one of the life's least favourite activities. It doesn't matter what shape you are there is a swimsuit out there for you. When shopping for a must have summer wardrobe essential, I have created a few helpful hints to help you find the suit that will make you look and feel fab. 

1. Tummy Hider

Goal: to break up the space around the tummy area and drawing attention away from the middle. You can do this by using:

1.  Colour blocking

2. Asymmetrical patterns

3. Ruching and diagonal lines

2. Small Bust

Goal: to make the bust look fuller by:

1. Use light and bright colours  

2. Embellishments like beading and ruffles 

3. Pushup cups

4. Thick horizontal stripes in a halterneck style

3. Full bottom (pear shape)

Goal: to draw attention away from the bottom and up towards your face by:

1. Having a bold design on top and a dark block bottom.

2. Cut high on the hips (no boy short styles)

4. No waist shape

Goal: create the illusion of a waist buy 

1. Placing a different colour on the outside of the waist to that in the centre

2. empire lines work a treat

Well I hope that's given you some direction on wnat to look for when searching for your perfect swimsuit. I'd love to know how you go.....goodluck and bye for now!

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Goodbye Branding & Hello Brand Experience

If you are a Sales Director of a large national or multinational organisation, one challenge you're bound to face is how your sales / customer service teams deliver a consistent brand experience from store to store, state to state or country to country.

Many companies focus all their branding efforts on marketing activities such as advertising campaigns and packaging, yet one of the most powerful brand assets companies have is their people. I believe engaged employees build strong brands.

This week I had the pleasure of facilitating a brand ambassador workshop for an organisation in the residential aged care arena. The brand ambassadors were incredibly passionate about their roles, they were 100% customer focused and felt connected to the purpose or "WHY" of the business.

So how do you transform employees into brand ambassadors so they deliver a consistent brand experience for customers?

1. Personal Branding

According to a report by Daniel Cable, Francesca Gino and Bradley Staats published in Administrative Science Quarterly, “Cornell University research shows that to maximize employee satisfaction, new employee socialization should focus on personal, not corporate, identity. When employees can be their ‘authentic best selves’ in the workplace productivity and retention increase. Offering employees training in Personal Branding leads to:

  • Greater individual engagement
  • More productive teams
  • More effective client relationships
  • Improved customer service and a better brand experience
  • Greater talent development
  • Improved retention of your top talent

2. Make Your "WHY" known

As Simon Sinek mentioned in his TED Talk, if we communicate first with "WHY" we do what we do, what we believe in, what our purpose is, employees and customers will connect with us on a deeper level. Gallup asked more than 3,000 randomly selected workers to assess their agreement with the statement “I know what my company stands for and what makes our brand different from our competitors.” Shockingly, only 41% of employees strongly agreed with this statement. How can your team deliver on the corporate brand promise and deliver a consistent brand experience if they aren’t clear about the "WHY"? In a whitepaper for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Robert J. Vance, Ph.D., states, “The greater an employee’s engagement, the more likely he or she is to ‘go the extra mile’ and deliver excellent on-the-job performance.

3. Connect the Personal and the Corporate

The most successful companies help employees understand their personal brand. They integrate these individual traits with the broader corporate objectives. When employees are clear about who they are and what makes them exceptional (a process that you can easily implement with personal brand training), and they have been educated with an understanding of the corporate brand objectives, they can apply their unique skills and expertise to activate the corporate goals. Think consistency, not conformity! Each individual needs to determine how he or she can deliver on the corporate brand promise in a way that’s authentic to him or her.

As Sir Richard Branson recently said, "If you take care of your employees, they will take care of your customers". Impactful, memorable, emotional connections lead to true brand loyalty.

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