So You Want to be a Fashion Stylist?

Think you have an eye for fashion?

Top 5 Reasons to Register for Wardrobe Strategies at MCC taught by yours truly:

  1. Upon completion, you can wage battle against Rachel Zoe and her nefarious battalion of size 0 Zoebots (all armored with darkly tanned skins and large sunglasses)
  2. TEC 245 counts toward an Image Consulting or Fashion Stylist certificate. Said certificate would look very smart framed in a gilded gold frame in your personal styling office.
  3. A Friday morning dedicated to dressing up makes a lovely elective, perfectly accenting classes like biochemistry.
  4. I will teach you everything I know and a few things I don’t. My goal is to glory in your future success.
  5. You’ll be prepared to make the world a prettier place

Spread the word to your collegiate fashion smarties. Registration closes, and classes start, Friday, January 18th.

Wardrobe Strategies, TEC 245
F 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM, 3 CR

Syllabus includes: body type dressing, color analysis, personal styles identification, closet cleaning, wardrobe maximization, shopping strategies, and much more.

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  1. Anonymous says

    Makes me with I lived in AZ!! Would the class be suitable and/or beneficial for those of us who are fashion challenged to learn the basics of how to shop and clothe ourselves properly?! 😉 I feel nearly hopeless when it comes to clothes. Sigh.


    (Only anon because I don’t have any one of those profiles from) :-)

  2. says


    The class is definitely suitable/beneficial for those who feel “fashion challenged.” I always tell my students they need to master dressing themselves before they can dress anyone else. And I will definitely push my department head to help me get my class online so all my remote readers can take it

    :) Reachel

    • Anonymous says

      How wonderful, I hope you’re able to do that! Along with feeling lost and confused in a sea of fabric at clothing stores, I tend to get irritable and grumpy because of all of the above. I still wear items of clothing I’ve had since high school to prove it. Additionally, I am a professional working woman, in a trend-setting career no less! I need to step it up, big time!!

      ~ Christy

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