A Queen Bee Styling party is a great way to combine a fun evening with the girls with the opportunity to learn how to transform your image and wardrobe. We cover a range of topics including how to make the most of your body shape, building a capsule wardrobe, learning the latest trends and how to accessorise effectively.
The party can be hosted in the comfort of your own home or a venue of your choice. Better still, it’s excellent value for money, as the cost as well as the experience is shared.
We understand that busy ladies need quick, easy solutions, whether it’s for the school run, lunch with the girls or a day at the races, and we’ll show you how to be stylish every day, with practical advice for all your wardrobe dilemmas.
Group Styling Parties
The evening will start with a fun fashion quiz to get everyone in the mood, followed by a talk about the latest trends, using clothing and accessories to demonstrate the different looks and styles.
You and your friends will learn how to revamp your personal image and discover a brand new you. Handy tips will show you how to enhance your best features and disguise figure faults; we’ll show you which colours, styles and fabrics best suit your body shape so that you can make your clothes work for you and avoid costly mistakes. Bring along some of your own clothes to understand why they work or don’t work for you. There will be lots of advice on accessorising, where to shop, and how to mix and match your wardrobe.
Each partygoer will receive a body shape guide as a reminder of what they learnt on the night.
All parties can be adapted to suit the individual groups. Sally will discuss with the host what the group would like to get out of the party and tailor it accordingly.
£50.00 per participant (Minimum charge £300)
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“The styling party I went to was really fun and informative”
K Crawford, East Dulwich