Perfecting Your Image
Legend has it that style is the ability to speak, and express yourself, without ever opening your mouth. Our style, or appearance, serves as our initial introduction to the world. Investing in your personal style doesn’t just show that you take pride in your appearance but that you’re mindful of what you’re communicating nonverbally to those around you. Whether you agree with the notion, that people form opinions of you based on your appearance, or not; it’s the reality we live in today.
Unfortunately, not all of us are born with the innate ability to capture our voice and effectively portray ourselves in the proper light on our own. Luckily here to help us is Alison Beshai, the fashion stylist, personal shopper, and founder of Alison Beshai Styling. Alison has a background in retail and has been contributing to magazines and fashion companies since studying Fashion Merchandising at VCU. Only 25 years old, she’s already making her mark in the Washington, DC market. She launched her company, two and a half years ago and has already been featured in DC Magazine and Washington Life Magazine and worked with brands such as HGTV, NUMARI, and Nike. Alison “prides herself in being able to read her clients and their personal style so that they can remain themselves through the imaging process”.
We had a chance to sit down with the talented stylist to get her take on exactly what style means to her and some advice for her personal favorites for Fall/W inter fashion for women. Get a taste of her style and expertise in the video below. Whether you need some assistance preparing for a special event or need help updating your entire wardrobe, call Alison and tell her The Sophistocrats sent you. She’ll not only make sure that you perfect your image but that you’re also projecting the proper message with your appearance.
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