San Francisco, CA, June 24, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Holobi (http://www.holobi.com), a Seattle based wardrobe stylist company, is a network of stylists who have been certified in the company’s D.R.E.S. System, which mathematically determines each client’s unique body shape. D.R.E.S., which stands for Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, and Sapphire, uses jewels to symbolize the different silhouette shapes of a woman’s figure. This teaches stylists and their clients to see body shapes as something precious, instilling value, self worth, and pride in the uniqueness of each figure.
Holobi has scheduled exclusive D.R.E.S. Academy personal stylist training courses in the San Francisco Bay Area in July and September. According to CEO and founder Margaret Spencer, “Working with a wardrobe stylist is no longer something reserved for celebrities. Our ultimate vision is to create the opportunity for every woman to have a personal D.R.E.S. stylist. San Francisco is the next city on our nationwide tour.”
Michelle Leath, a certified D.R.E.S. Stylist, has been selected to lead training sessions throughout Northern California. “This is a great opportunity for anyone who has thought of starting a career in fashion, wants a flexible home-based business, and has a desire to help other women develop a more positive self-image,” says Leath, adding, “If you are the person your friends always turn to for fashion advice, this could be a great business for you.”
The D.R.E.S. Academy is an intensive two-day training program. During day one, stylists will learn how to create a custom profile for each client, organize their existing wardrobes, and shop for their style and needs. They will learn the skills needed to grow their clientele, market their services, and tips for being a successful entrepreneur. Day two focuses on color theory and personal color and face shape analysis.
Says Leath, “While many image consultant training programs involve a significant investment of time and money, the D.R.E.S. Academy is both efficient and affordable, and gives aspiring stylists the essential knowledge and credibility to work confidently with clients.” Holobi also provides its stylists with an entire system of business and marketing tools and support so that they can quickly start building client relationships and earning money.
Specific training dates are July 20th & 21st in the East Bay, and September 16th & 17th in San Jose. Space is limited. Only a $100 deposit is required to reserve a spot. Students who attend the July session will also have the opportunity to meet and work with founder Margaret Spencer, who will be co-leading the training with Leath. Says Leath, “Margaret’s vision for this company is inspiring. She really cares about the way women see themselves, and that applies not only to the clients we work with but to the stylists on our team as well.”
Registration and more information can be found at http://holobi.com/academy/become-a-stylist. Contact Michelle Leath at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.