I SUPPORT FAB WOMEN
I SUPPORT FAB WOMEN
I support FAB women in business to show up in ALL their glory so their VIBE magnetically attracts their tribe and they boost their bottom line.
You know how, on those occasions when you get dressed in something that makes you feel a million dollars, you leave the house feeling great?
You walk taller that day. You have an air of confidence about you. You feel in your power. Your attitude is different. Things that might have bothered you another day are insignificant.
You give off a great vibe that is totally aligned with who YOU are at YOUR best.
That vibe is reflected across everything you communicate, visually and your tone of voice – both written and when you speak. You are a walking, talking advert for your business.
Your vibe on your website and acros your social media, it all adds up. It’s cohesive. You are authentically showing up as your best self because you ARE your business.
You speak to that prospective client for the first time and they feel like they already know you because of the content they’ve seen. They “get you”. The know, like, trust factor has been accelerated and they’re ready to invest faster.
I've been where you are now and I know how it feels. My way of working is far more about compassion than fashion. Let me help you transform to be a flamingo amongst the flock of pigeons, standing out from the crowd for all the right reasons.
As founder of the FAB Network and 4 step Project FAB! framework I draw on my background in textiles, fashion design, make up and experience as a lecturer to deliver consultations and online mentoring packages. No judgement or fashion police just compassion and fun combined with expertise to help you suss your style, boost your branding and be more you as a woman in business.
I graduated from Loughborough College of Art with a BA Hons in textiles and fashion. I then worked as a designer, creating printed fabric for the fashion industry and in the specialist area of the colour forecasting industry, predicting trends.
My work was distributed in many High Street stores including Miss Selfridge, Oasis, Burtons, Dorothy Perkins, Marks & Spencer, BHS, Littlewoods, Monsoon and Next; as well as many American brands.
I moved on to teaching others how to design during my time as a college lecturer followed by a stint in prison education before setting up my personal styling business and the FAB Network for women in business. I'm a qualified make-up artist and have featured regularly as a guest on BBC Radio Nottingham and Notts TV.
Watch this short video as an introduction to my work (excuse lockdown hair)