Personal Branding and Style
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Personal Branding and Style
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

How does your style demonstrate your personal brand? Do you want to own the room when you walk in? Join us April 5, 2018 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm as Jane Pennewell of JP Image Consulting walks us through
color, texture, style and presence. Wine and light appetizers will be served. Audience limited to 20 to ensure personal attention. This is not just ‘Dress for Success.’ It’s a personally tailored approach to what looks best on YOU, from colors to patterns to accessories and cosmetics. When you feel confident, you are confident.

“As an image consultant, my goal is to help you develop a look that complements your individual personality, figure type, and personal style that is in step with the times and appropriate to your age and professional standing. To accomplish these goals, individual attention is crucial. I work on a one-to-one basis, offering the specialized care necessary to create a successful makeover.”

Consultations include:
• How to wear the right colors and textures
• How to coordinate your makeup with your clothing colors
• How to stretch your budget by creating a needs list
• How to combine separates to create great looking outfits
• How to succeed at shopping by concentrating on solid colors
• How to recognize appropriate hair style and makeup
• How to make great investment buys
• How to wear accessories to complete the finished look
• How to dress to flatter your individual body types

“In my work coaching senior executives (in such companies as Fannie Mae, Lockheed Martin, and the World Bank), the issue of executive presence and style can be an important area of focus.” “I have found
Jane Pennewell’s work to be invaluable and extraordinarily effective.” Catherine Fitzgerald, Ph.D., Executive Coach and Author, Executive Coaching Practices and Perspectives

When you’re a television reporter, you want people to focus on your words, not your wardrobe. The wrong outfit or haircut can distract viewers. Jane Pennewell’s advice made a big difference in my career
as a CNN correspondent. Before I met Jane, I was wearing colors that clashed with my complexion and outfits that weren’t pulled together enough. After Jane helped me weed out my closet, get a new hairstyle,
and shop for better quality clothes and accessories, the compliments began flowing. Even though my reporting didn’t change, my bosses perceived that my stories were stronger and started giving me better,
more visible assignments. And complete strangers would stop me on the street to tell me how wonderful I looked. Eugenia Halsey, CNN


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Washington, DC