Talks and Workshops
Styling an innovative, inspiring and informative workshop is one of my very favourite things to do. I blend practical confidence guidance and style inspiration. Packed full of tips to immediately action as well as insider stylist knowledge. A great tool for learning.
The ability to capture a room with an idea, impart an emotion and fill them with inspiration is what I do best. An experienced teacher on styling your confidence, developing a perfectly curated wardrobe and growing your outfitting knowledge. I have a vibrant, positive and informative style and I’m passionate to build the confidence of all that attend to lead a stylish life.
Aesthetics, visuals and our clothing speaks louder than words. Gain help with brand image, customer experience & building confidence on style and appearance.
When you’re considering the success of your business having an experienced eye, a depth of knowledge and a considered ear is invaluable. I’ll help you find the intent your clothing, service and image should have. I’ll work at ensuring your business can thrive and communicate its own individual and unique message through its appearance and customer experience.
Writing, Presenting & Guest Contribution
Whether it’s a blog, vlog, article, podcast or event, having a passionate, articulate and confident contributor who can formulate and present new and fresh ideas is essential. I’ve had great success with writing for some of the biggest national papers and magazines; The Telegraph, Psychologies, The Huffington Post as well as a energetic and knowledgable podcast guest means I can bring that spark yet thoughtful touch to your platform.
“Loulou is a straight talker, she may hide it in a beautiful soft Scottish accent but you’ll get the truth from her and that I really value.”
“Loulou re-energised and re-motivated my staff to feel better about themselves.”
“What she has give to my team is that they feel proud in what they are wearing, delighted, more professional, more flexible.”
“She brought a holistic view, so she could step back and see the bigger picture.”