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Versatility is key when investing in event-ready looks. Here Renee Enright explains how to wear one suit, two ways.
How did you get into styling and what do you love most about it?
“I have always loved fashion and studied Fashion Design + Technology. It was during those years of designing and creating product ranges that my passion for styling ignited; I quickly realised I was much more interested in the creative side rather than the tactical.”
“I was excited to bring my individual pieces to life, styling them in photoshoots and range books. I was much more excited for the bigger picture; the end result; the outfit as a whole. It was then I knew I wanted to pursue styling as a career and I haven’t looked back.”
“What we wear has such an impact on the way we feel. There’s nothing more rewarding to me than leaving a client with a newfound confidence, knowing that together we brought out the very best version of themselves.”
Versatility is usually on mind when buying key wardrobe pieces, what do you look for?
“Being a personal stylist, my job is to help clients create a functional wardrobe. I find versatile key pieces that fit well, to ensure they always have something to reach for.”
“The most important thing is that my clients feel good. When you feel good, you’re confident, and confidence is the best kind of outfit.”
What are some key accessories this season?
“Headbands and silk headscarves are going to feature quite heavily in the coming months, especially throughout the Spring Racing Carnival. Also expect to see a lot of hats – the bigger the better. A favourite trend of mine is raffia and straw, I find the look so refreshing.”