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Update Your Style & Enhance Your Professional Image Workshop
Registration is now CLOSED. Walk-ins are welcome!
Join Rachel Lefort, for an afternoon of wine and fashion.Your wardrobe and the way you present yourself says a lot about you and affects how others perceive you. This seminar will help you align the way you dress with your desired image, while teaching you practical tips for putting together a stylish and appropriate wardrobe for work.
Some of the topics that will be covered include:
- The importance of image
- Current Image vs. Desired Image
- Personal style assessment and wardrobe basics
- Dressing appropriately: business professional, business casual and casual Friday
- Spring Fashion Trends and Shopping
Rachel Lefort, of Rachel Lefort Style, LLC
Rachel Lefort, of Rachel Lefort Style, LLC is a Personal Fashion Stylist who helps women and men to
update their wardrobe and elevate their image, working carefully with each client to help craft the right
looks for their lifestyle. Rachel provides wardrobe consulting, personal shopping and outfit styling, as
well as seminars for businesses and organizations. For the guys she also provides J. Hilburn custom
menswear. Rachel’s expertise comes from her training in fashion design in New York and Paris- from
Ann Taylor, to Christian Dior and Balmain, to Maggie Norris Couture as well as several years of
styling individual clients, and a recent position as Fashion Editor/Stylist at Denver Life Magazine.
Rachel truly enjoys helping to empower her clients with the self-confidence that comes with an updated
look and a stylish wardrobe. She believes it’s not just about the latest fashion from the runway- it’s all
about personal style.
Update Your Style & Enhance Your Prof...
Date and Time
Wednesday Feb 18, 2015
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM MST
February 18, 2015
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
1350 17th Street, Suite 100
Denver, CO 80202
*Enter on 17th Street, take elevator to Basement level
$15.00 CWCC Members
Hilary Engelhart - Events Manager
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