During this Styling Workshop I will teach you how you can update your look for the new season in a way that says You! with just a few small adjustments. What are this season’s new trends? I will show you what works for you this coming season and give you tips about clothes, colors and cuts that suit you best. You also get practical insights into expanding your wardrobe.
Every season I’m organizing a fun styling workshop for everyone interested in fashion, clothing, image and identity.The next workshop will be held on Sunday May 27th from 2 – 5 pm in Amsterdam. Price: 50 Euros. Places are limited.
To register just send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carina Personal Styling is a styling agency. We advise business men and women create a signature style through dressing. We provide personalized styling advice and incompany workshops and master classes.
Carina van der Kloet is founder and has 20 years experience in the field of style, image and identity. She grew up in Africa and in the United States and speaks English, French and Dutch. Carina has given numerous master classes and personal styling advice to thousands of people including management, executives, entrepreneurs, expatriates, diplomats and (international) organizations.
We offer customized service and personal stylist Carina van der Kloet and her team of experts are happy to discuss your needs.
"After working with you now I embody my identity, my clothes reflect my values and business intentions. My self-confidence has increased and I get more serious and professional customers now," business entrepreneur.
"With your advice I dress faster than ever, I get advantage of a higher percentage of my wardrobe and get compliments all the time," executive.
"Carina is outstanding in her personal approach. She made me aware of the inage I project with my clothes and helped me be more visible and develop a strong first impression," acoount manager.
"Now I know exactly what works for me, I don't waste any more time and energy on trying on clothes that don't suit me and that's worth a lot," expatriate.