*fashionista @ delia*s

Being a fashionista at dELiA*s has taught me a lot about being a professional fashion stylist. I could write a list of things I have learned over this past summer and what I have added to my fashion knowledge, professional resume, and so much more. However, what I am going to share with you not only holds value to me, but i think it will be comforting to all my clients as well as any individual who desires to be a "fashionista" just like me! I originally created my business as a styling company for country music artists. But as time passed, I opened my eyes wider and pushed my potential to places I never thought I could go. eileen kelly may only have been created for the country genre, but it has also caught the eye of alternative rock bands, rappers, J.Hilburn, Miss Tennessee, and even The Ohio Hip Hop Awards. I never thought I would reach those levels, but every experience and client teaches me something new. What I am trying to say is that eileen kelly was not originally created for girls, tweens, juniors, or grandmothers. However, this summer I have gained countless clientele in each of those categories...And what did I learn? I learned that every. single. client is different and that's why I am here...to help YOU! Whether you know it or not, you have a personal style...even if that means comfort is your style. I styled and learned how to pick out clothes for all different types of people who come in different body shapes and heights. I styled the shy little girl. I styled her wild and hyper younger sister. I styled the girl trying to get out of Justice for Girls but wasn't quite ready for Hollister yet. I styled the girl who was not confident nor comfortable in her own body. I styled the girl who wanted to make her ex-boyfriend jealous. The girl who wanted to catch her crush's eye on her first day of school. The girl who wanted to look like a rock star at the Katy Perry concert. The girl who wanted to look like a princess at her birthday dinner. The teen who wasn't sure what to wear because her body was changing from pregnancy. The mom who was "just" shopping for her daughter. The grandmother who was not even sure she would fit into the jeans. The girl who always says I won't be able to fit into your clothes. The girl who was deaf. The girl who was in a wheel chair. And the girl who was visiting from another country, from Paris to Honduras. I love all of my clients. YOU are the people who make me love what I do and have taught me so much about not only my profession but me as Kelly. Thank you so much. Below are a few outfits I have styled for Beachwood Mall in our two dELiA*s styles for Fall 2014, Chasing Summer and Pretty Grunge! xoxo -eileen kelly

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