Statistics like these prove how important presenting a professional image is not only as an individual but also for your company as a whole.
Style Workshops are a great way to help employees understand how to properly dress for work and ensure your company is making the right impression.
Workshops are custom made for you but common topics include:
Decoding your Dress Code
Dressing for Leadership
Looking Put-Together Like a Pro
Defining Your Style
I love helping my clients one-on-one but also thrive when sharing information in group settings.
Whether for a Women's Group, Conference, or your next big event, my goal is to leave your attendees with quick actionable solutions to their pressing fashion questions.
Presentations are custom made for you but common topics include:
As a consistent guest on Fox 8 and WKYC, I understand the questions a wide range of women are looking to have answered and how to engage on a larger scale.
Segments are custom made for you but common topics include:
Shopping Tricks & Trends
"Megan is a DREAM TO WORK WITH! Her styling skills helped me eliminate so many pieces in my wardrobe and her organizational skills helped declutter my closet. My wardrobe is now STREAMLINED and I have access to an array of stylized outfits that I can refer to 24/7. Megan provided me VALUE BEYOND MY EXPECTATIONS and I couldn’t be happier."
"AMAZING style! Megan helps you find what looks best on you! I LOVE the one-on-one experience!"
"If you hate shopping like I do, Meg takes the STRESS OUT OF IT and makes it QUICK and EASY!"
"EXTREMELY PROFESSIONAL and HELPFUL! I would recommend The Style Foundry to anyone that needs a little advice or a complete transformation!"
"Megan was a wonderful consultant who provided thoughtful ideas and EXCELLENT FASHION ADVICE as I reworked my wardrobe. I feel fully EMPOWERED to make fun and fashionable choices for my wardrobe.
"Megan was amazing. As a man, I can feel a little lost and overwhelmed shopping and trying on clothes. She was an EXPERT at picking out PERFECT CLOTHING COMBINATIONS that I would not have had the "eye" to figure out on my own."