MAKEOVER YOUR LIFE

Style Consulting | Image Education | Personal Shopping


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I teach smart, successful people how to elevate their style, to transform their lives and be effortlessly chic 

Style is accessible when competency and creativity collide. By providing the tools to translate fashion trends, understand retail, and make chic choices, your armed with confident decision-making and the courage to be self-expressive.

The exclusive world of luxury designers, editors, and social media influencers intimidates many from experimenting with style. I show how to navigate this visual feast so you look amazing, shop smarter, and apply fashion to your strengths.

After nearly a decade styling hundreds of the most educated and successful people in the world, I started Let’s Get You, a company grounded in the belief that it’s possible to champion individuality while looking chic AF.


About Nicole

 

Nicole has been described by friends and loved ones as a “loveable goofball.” She agrees, but would also like to add “devilishly stylish” to that description. Her love of fashion and styling all springs from one all-consuming ambition: to help people realize their potential and find comfort in being who they are.

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 I used to be a redhead

I used to be a redhead

 

Years ago, she escaped the decidedly unhip world of the rural Catskills, NY, and made it to the city, wide-eyed and full of wonder. After graduating from the Fashion Institute of Technology, she charmed her way into a job as personal shopper.

Within a few years she had worked her way through the retail market, from J.Crew to Bloomingdales, set up her own image consulting and styling business, all while working with some of the most prestigious luxury brands. 

Most recently, she worked for over four years as a personal shopper at NET-A-PORTER.COM, where she helped the world's most fashionable women get styled for each season. 

 
“The first ten minutes of sorting through clothing was like choosing which child of mine should live or die.” - Timothy Ferriss