Stand Out in Style

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VVA teamed up with Numba Pinkerton and Caroline Donaldson to present an Evening of Style for the clients of Shepherd and Wedderburn. 

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Your personal brand has an enormous impact on your career success, but how can you be sure that you are putting your best foot forward and project the right brand? Can you be entirely objective in assessing whether you have got it just right? Our evening answered these type of questions to give our 30 guests a complete insight.

Caroline - Head of Coaching and executive excellence at Kynesis presented on branding yourself. This was very informative and fun as Caroline had all the guests comparing themselves to well known brands such as Coca Cola, BMW and Nike and gave them tips on presenting themselves.

Numba - Consultant and Personal Stylist from Style Me Flawless then followed up with the Ying and Yang of style, providing unique insights on how you can take your own personal brand to the next level. Need to project yourself as approachable - then tips on appearing more "Ying" were applied, want your colleagues to sit up and pay attention - then "Yang" style is what you need!

pictures of the event at Shepherd and Wedderburn

I then provided a behind the scenes view of the start up of VVA - moving from IT to Fashion and building a stand out brand, plus I demonstrated the many ways of styling and using a VVA handbag. To wrap up the evening we had handbags at the ready for the ladies to indulge themselves as VIP's and receive special discounts for the evening. 

Shopping fun at a VVA Style Event

 

Overall the evening was a great success, entertaining and informative as the team advised on how to "Accessorise Your Way to Success" and how to create the right persona in your career with careful choice of clothing and accessories. If you have a set of lady clients that you want to impress then do contact us at sarah@vva.co.uk. We would love to assist you.

 Until next time ......

signature of sarah, founder of VVA

 

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