HOW TO BECOME A FASHION ICON™ WITH CLOTHES ALREADY IN YOUR CLOSET! Part 2

Discover the Fashion Icon in you!


Many times we hold on to things that are symbols of “security” or “comfort,” even when we have grown out of them, or they have passed their shelf life. What happens is they just take up space and add to the clutter.  This program will help you release items that are not really “you,” and see the clothes you do have – in a new and fashionable way. You will….

  • Transform and up-level your self image while making sure each item in your closet really belongs there. Create space and turn your closet into a sacred place.
  • Release excess clothing that you’ll never wear and make room, so your closet is easy to visualize & organize.
  • Receive tax credits!
  • Discover the Fashion Icon in you!

Become a Fashion Icon – Watch more Closet Clearing videos from Fashion Consultant Lorelei Shellist

About Lorelei

Lorelei Shellist brings new meaning to the definition of “super model.” Drawing from her own experiences as a runaway teen who followed her dream to travel the world and become an international couture model. Lorelei’s delightful wit and sense of humor (as well as her “perfect fit” measurements) enabled her to serve as a graceful and spirited muse for top designers such as Karl Lagerfeld, Yves St. Laurent, Christian LaCroix, Bob Mackie, Geoffrey Beene and Giorgio Armani.

Lorelei writes candidly and boldly about life as a runaway, model, and her struggles with her fiancé’s addiction titled, “Runway RunAway A Backstage Pass to Fashion, Romance & Rock ‘N Roll.” Her life experiences have enabled her to pursue her passion to inspire others with her story of survival and success.

Her intrinsic connection with others has led Lorelei towards counseling Women in Prison and At-Risk Teens, teaching critical “Life Skills.” As a fashion expert, Lorelei encourages women to attract appropriate attention though Conscious Dressing while having fun expressing themselves with what they wear.

A graduate of the Masters Program in Spiritual Psychology at the University of Santa Monica, her appeal crosses many demographics and is particularly appealing to the baby boomer generation who have grown up inundated with confusing and contradictory mass media messages.

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