Style Workshop: How to be Wardrobe Ready for Your Life with Andrea Claster Greenspan

Your appearance introduces you before you even speak. Within five seconds you make an impression that conveys your unique value, your style, relevance, influence and power. These impressions have an enormous impact on your personal and professional success. How do you create the impression you want to make?

Join Image Consultant Andrea Claster Greenspan as she unveils the mystique of personal style by exploring the external and internal influences that color our view of ourselves. Through examples and discussion, she will show you how to: see what’s appropriate vs inappropriate, explore what fabrics reveal, select shapes and cuts of clothing and accessorize. Her goal is to kickstart you to become the best version of yourself, so that you can be free to achieve your goals while feeling comfortable, current and confident.

Andrea Claster Greenspan (pictured above) is a nationally known fashion and style expert. She has appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, CNN and CBS This Morning, and has been quoted in numerous periodicals. Her corporate clients have included American Express, MTV, Godiva, Esquire and MasterCard. She works with individuals to hone their fashion sense and style, by offering personal image and color palette consulting, closet and wardrobe edits, as well as personal shopping. Additionally, she works with corporate clients on branding and image presentation. After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, Greenspan worked in fashion and retail at Bloomingdale’s, Lina Lee, and FAO Schwarz before creating her own gift and event company. She divides her time between New York City and South Florida.


Produced by Terry Greenberg

May 24 @ 6:30pm
6:30 pm — 8:30 pm (2h)

730 Fifth Avenue, 6th Floor (Entrance on 56th Street)

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