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Kirsti Stubbs over at Mommy Connections completed Style Foundations and she goes through the journey that we want everyone to experience! Read all about her experience!
“As I get ready to return to the workforce after 4 years and 2 babies, I realized that my body has changed. My lifestyle has changed. What I like has changed. Insert STYLE IVY, a dream come true for many women in my shoes.”
“Unique new online course, Style Ivy, helps women regain confidence returning from maternity leave, going for the promotion or even re-entering the dating scene”
This article addresses an issue that women consistently face- personal style. Women experience many changes when they become mothers, when they return to the workforce, when they lose weight. Author, Brandi Weikle, talks about how Style Foundations can help you regain your confidence!
Another one for the press! Lazina was featured on CTV Edmonton where she showcases what Style Ivy can do for you through Style Foundations. You can become your own personal stylist! Lazina shows us how to use these principles on four lovely women.
Check out how their style transformed them – Watch the video here.
Remember Gail Vaz-Oxlade from Til Debt Do Us Part? Well she has a late night radio show and on December 14 she caught up with our very own Lazina McKenzie. They talked about ‘presence’- is it something you have? We know you do, you just have to find it!
Lazina and Gail start chatting at 1:01:56.
With A Smartphone + 120 Seconds Of Your Time, We’re Celebrating YOU!
We were pretty excited when we met Joel.
He had very interesting thoughts on style and confidence. Here’s what he shared with us.
What does style mean to you?
Joel: Style is largely personal. It’s what it means to you. It’s what you’re comfortable in and what resonates with you most. Fashions and trends are dictated to us but style is your interpretation of it.
What speaks most to you?
Joel: Unisex items. I don’t really believe in gendered clothing.
We love your glasses. Are they a signature accessory for you?
Joel: I just started wearing glasses a few months ago. I thought that if I have to wear them, I might as well go big! They just bring everything else together for me. It brings my style identity together.
What does confidence mean to you?
Joel: I don’t care what other people think really. I find that dressing for me makes me happy. Poeple resonate with those who embrace how they look vs. those who are uncomfortable in their clothing.
It’s strange actually if you don’t believe in yourself. Others might not agree with you, but how to dress or present yourself is up to you. It’s really your own opinion.
I just heard that you make some of your own clothes. What do you like to design and make?
Joel: I like to make kimono inspired jackets a lot of the time and wear them over layers. Similar to what I’m wearing but with big sleeves.
I like to see how garments naturally distress and wear over the course of their life. How seaming frays is interesting. Garments then develop character.
What brings a smile to your face?
Joel: People who don’t care what others think. My favourite blog is Advanced Style– the one with older women. Any older women that come into the store [Mayfair Shoes] and wants to try on the craziest pair of shoes, makes me happy. When an 80 year old woman tries on these shoes [the ones in his hand], well, that’s awesome.
What words would you use to describe you and what you’re about?
Joel: Independent, creative, abstract.
Wow, right? Joel is part of the @MayfairShoes team. Go find him and let him sell you fabulous shoes!