In this fun & interactive workshop you will learn about the impact of wearing the right colour & style of clothes, understand why some things work for us and others don’t, and get top tips on creating an ideal wardrobe.

Did you know that most people only wear 15% of what is in their wardrobe? Think of that – 85% just hanging there! Why do we so often stay in our comfort zone and choose to buy and wear the same things?

We know how it feels to wear something that gives us confidence. When you look good, you feel good and this positively affects everything you do, plus the people around you. But how easy it is to get dressed every morning and find clothes that make us feel confident ?

Everyone deserves to look their best every day, so ideally we should all own a wardrobe full of items that fit and look great on us. But where and how to start?

In this workshop you will get some top tips on how to be able to create this ideal wardrobe and have something for every occasion. You will learn about the impact of colour and wearing something that not only suits your body shape but also your personality. Find out how you can dress professional & casual with confidence, knowing that what you wear makes you look and feel good.

 

WORKSHOP TIME: 13:30 -14:00

LOCATION: UPSTAIRS MEETING ROOM SUITE

 

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Maud Janssen is a Colour and Style consultant working for the UK based company ´House of Colour ´ since 2013. Maud offers Personal Style classes & Colour analysis sessions for individuals and groups and has worked with over 350 clients in the London area, Tokyo and now in The Hague. She also offers personal shopping trips & wardrobe clean outs for her clients and is often asked for presentations for companies or private groups to teach the audience about the impact of how we dress. Maud is passionate about empowering and teaching people how to look good (again) and she loves her job because it is such a positive one!

Before starting as Personal stylist, Maud worked in the Hospitality industry for more than 15 years in Barcelona, where she set up a Dutch Comedy club and in Rome, the city where her heart is. She lived in Rome, Barcelona, London and Tokyo for 20 years before moving back to the Netherlands in 2018. She launched House of Colour The Hague in April 2019. Maud has a Masters in Psychology (Leiden University 1996).

“My aim in my job​ is to empower my clients and make them feel good  about the way they look by giving them tools how to do this”

 

This is just one of an informative series of Free Workshops available to all visitors to The Feel at Home Fair on 2 February 2020. The full programme will be published shortly. In the meantime you can register for up to 4 tickets for free entrance to the Fair, using the Free Ticket tab below:

 

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