Hello, I’m Rebecca Jane. My caring approach, fashion knowledge and natural flair for modern styling brings self confidence and body shape acceptance to Melbourne women….real women just like you and me.
“It’s not about the size you wear. It’s about how you wear your size.”
Read more about my professional bio…………
Professional, passionate, creative and up to date on all the latest trends, Rebecca combines industry knowledge with a personal touch to provide women with style, fashion and image guidance, showing them how to embrace their bodies and wear clothing and accessories that perfectly suit their shape proudly and confidently.
Tertiary qualified with extensive knowledge and experience within the corporate apparel, accessories and footwear industry, Rebecca demonstrated an early interest and passion for fashion.
Shifting her focus, Rebecca now feels right at home as a Personal Styling Specialist empowering women with her industry knowledge and flair for modern styling to bring them self-confidence and body shape acceptance. What started out as small projects styling for friends and family, is now a successful and growing small business with high customer loyalty and word of mouth promotion..
Growing up in the beautiful seaside town of Torquay on Victoria’s surf coast, Rebecca now lives in Bayside Melbourne raising a young family with her husband Rob. A regular volunteer at an Australian not for profit organisation helping disadvantaged women dress and speak with confidence, Rebecca also volunteers her time to support other national and local charities with her knowledge and dedication to helping others.
To get to know me better read on……..
How would you describe your personal style?
Inventive – Creativity is one thing I love about fashion and being able to envisage how pieces and accessories can naturally come together to create a beautiful outcome.
Colourful – My wardrobe is packed with colour and wearing any less than three colours in one outfit makes me feel a little naked! Colour is a lovely way to express yourself or to bring a personal lift.
Experimental – I enjoy trying new styles and experimenting with fashion. It is always nice to come back to my favorite items, but it is fun mixing things up a bit.
Practical - As a mother, I always need to give thought to sensible styling, juggling school runs, work, shopping or sporting activities. These shouldn’t compromise looking good, but comfort is always key.
What do you love most about fashion?
There are no set rules for looking your best. We have so much choice these days for quality, affordable fashion, it’s easy to find clothing to suit every body shape. The secret is to wear it with confidence and with your head held high.
What is your most loved item of clothing in your wardrobe?
My corduroy jeans. As the saying goes ‘when on a good thing, stick to it’ hence why I own four colours! I love the comfort, texture and how they express individuality – not everyone is wearing them.
What are your best style tips for women?
Embrace your shape and size. Knowing how to accentuate your best features will naturally disguise the areas of your body you do not feel comfortable with - and we all have those.
If it doesn’t feel amazing the moment you put it on, chances are, it doesn’t belong in your wardrobe.
Don’t shop sales! They are an easy way to buy items you don’t really need, not saving in the long run.
What drives your passion for volunteering?
I am motivated every day by helping others.
I meet so many fascinating and inspiring women: career women, working mothers, stay at home mothers, retirees and women facing personal challenges. Regardless of your social background or stage of life, I wish for all women to leave the house with a spring in their step, ready to take on their day with pride and confidence.
What wardrobe item couldn’t you live without?
My flat shoe collection; stylish but practical.
What gets you up in the morning?
A hungry 4 year old, although I do love an early morning cuddle with the children.
Best way to spend a Sunday is…
Enjoying the outdoors with my family.
Growing up I spent a lot of time camping and I love to slow things down a little and enjoy those simple pleasures with my family.
Your personal motto to live life by is….
Positive energy comes from within.
Looking good and feeling great allows for confident interaction with others while bringing a wonderful sense of personal satisfaction at the end of the day.
I thought spending money on a stylist was a luxury I couldn’t afford. Ironically, the first thing Rebecca did was to save me money by showing me how to make better use of the clothes I already had. By going through my wardrobe with me piece by piece, and putting items together in...