Do you have it?
If you are a corporate executive with big aspirations, image is the one tool that gives you the edge to leave the competition in the dust. When you look good, you feel good.
Best of all, when you KNOW you look better
How do you know when you look that good? You'll know it by the way you're treated. Heads turn when you enter a room. You're accorded immediate credibility and respect. You receive deferential treatment. Doors open magically for you.
Is there a secret for looking so good you literally mesmerize everyone and own the room? Yes, and Sandy Dumont has it. She is a former high-fashion runway and photo model. She's worked with top designers in the US and Europe, and they shared their secrets with her. She's lived on both coasts of the US and has lived in or traveled regularly to the top capitols of the world: London. Brussels, Rome, Paris. She knows style like no one else.
Having style, incidentally, isn't the same as "being in style." Being in style sometimes produces fashion victims. Style is a natural confidence and "class" that comes from vast knowledge, a razor sharp eye and a natural elegance. It has been said that it's something you're born with. Some describe it as an "old money" look, and very few people know how to achieve this look. They know it when they see it, but they can't tell you how to attain it. It seems to be something a person is born with.
Sandy Dumont has taught women who are corporate executives how to look as polished as they are powerful and as classy as they are competent. The one thing they all learned?
You must own your image.
Sandy doesn't tell you what to wear. She shares her knowledge and her secrets with you, so you know what it takes to look like a million every day. You know precisely what to wear for every occasion. Whether you're at the airport, a board meeting, calling on important clients or attending a weekend retreat, you own the room and it feels good! Very good.
For more information about the options available for your own image makeover, and a free telephone consultation, contact Sandy at 757.627.6669.