“Oh, so you’re actually creative. Your business suit made me think you were all about spreadsheets and and boring office meetings.”

OMG. Jenny’s outfit was just SO wrong.

She’d just left corporate and had been looking forward to this luxurious London event with other women entrepreneurs, but she felt like an idiot. The other women looked like they just stepped out of Sex and the City,  while she could be mistaken for a librarian.

How did they find those über-cool clothes?

She had no idea how to pull together a sexy but professional outfit like that.

 

What Jenny needs is to make a Style Baby – I’ll show you how but let’s first hear about Sally’s goof up.

 

“Oh, so you actually have a master’s degree. Your jeans made me think you were all about skipping college to go surfing.”

Oh, no. Sally’s outfit was also wrong.

She’d been an online coach for more than 2 years, but never seemed to be able to get her big breakthrough. Working from home had left her with a depressing wardrobe of jeans and yoga pants and she had no idea how to dress up for an event.

How did these other women manage to look both polished AND laid back cool?

She had no idea how to create an outfit like that.

 

What Sally needs is to make a Style Baby – Let me introduce:

Hilde’s Style Baby Technique

 

Women entrepreneurs have 2 big problems when it comes to style:

  1. They either look too corporate and clients doubt their creativity and fun factor OR
  2. They look too slack and clients doubt their education and professionalism.

The answer is simply to make a Style Baby. This is a simple but ingenious technique I’ve created after experiencing this dilemma both as the go-to stylist for women entrepreneurs, a Fashion Week stylist, a design teacher, and international fashion designer.

The way to create a unique and cool style is to mix 2 distinctly different things about yourself.

This way you show several sides to your personality and your outfit will be so intriguing that  everyone will be dying to talk to you.

Here’s how to do it.

Love is in the air…

We all know how babies are made so now we have to play Cupid and send someone on a blind date.

 

Let me introduce:

Your Creative Mama and your Professional Papa.

Your Creative Mama might be one of those women who love to wear rhinestones, leather jackets, artsy T-shirts, ethnic jewelry, and cool boots.

Here’s one of her over the top outfits:
Help!
Please Mama. You can’t wear ALL of these crazy pieces at once!

Your Professional Papa is a CEO and bought you this sleek business suit.

Very classy Papa but it’s a bit sinister don’t you think?

I told you I don’t want to be a lawyer!

Luckily we don’t have to wait 9 months to cook up a Style Baby outfit for you.

All you have to do is as follows:

 

Take one garment from your Creative Mama.

Take one garment from your Professional Papa.

Take one garment from your Creative Mama.

Take one garment from your Professional Papa.

 

…etc, etc – until you have a cool outfit that’s a great mix of creativity and professionalism just like these 2:

These two outfits strike that perfect balance between looking too wacky or looking too dreary.

Instead you look like an ultra professional entrepreneur with a strong creative side – exactly the way you are.

You might have to tweak a little bit if you notice that you end up looking a bit too corporate or a bit too relaxed. J

ust mix and match from your Mama and Papa’s clothes and you’ll end up with a super stylish look.

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