Tell us your Top 5 Fashion Must-haves for Celebrities in 2017. Only 5?
Okay I’ll try.
- An oversized, go to handbag. Louis Vuitton or Hermes are my faves for functionality. It can hold your devices, a fresh shirt or undies, a good book, notepad, a pair of flat, bottle of water, passport incase you have to flee the country or get swept up by a billionaire and he wants to take you abroad. You never know. Trust me, that oversized bag is a lifesaver.
- A brightly colored, 3/4 length, medium weight, belted coat that can transition from daytime at the office, work on the run or hang during a night of fun with friends (fur accents optional).
- A nude patent leather 5 to 6 inch stiletto – designer of your choice, goes with everything and makes your calves look great and your butt sit up high. who doesn’t want a better derrière.
- The perfect pair of jeans will take you anywhere. Travel, lunch, business meetings, dates, shopping – in today’s society they are acceptable everywhere, even church…a definite must.
- I don’t care what anyone says, fragrance is as much a part of fashion as a watch, so a signature fragrance is on my list for sure, the right scent gets you noticed, lifts your spirits and is sexy.
I’m sorry, I can’t do it in 5. I need 2 bonuses. Can’t have my people out there looking half baked.
A neutral lip gloss is mandatory – I sleep in my lip gloss and I’m never without it. Never!
The perfect pair of shades. Celebs sometimes have those crazy late nights and shades cover half your face until you can get yourself together, these with the lipgloss will get you where you need to go looking completely pulled together for the time being.
One of your proudest accomplishments were building from the ground up BISON, a multimillion dollar payroll and staffing company with your then-husband Wesley Owens. Share with us your Top 5 Tips to make a business successful.
- People like to work with people they know and people they like, but even if they’re qualified for the job, don’t hire friends. It can get hairy if you have to remind staff that your signature is on the bottom of their paycheck. Some people can differentiate between the personal relationship and the professional one, but if they can’t it’s easier to just steer clear of that pitfall from the jump.
- Never say “I’m sorry” to a client when you screw up. Instead admit to the mistake before they catch it. Correct it, compensate them in some way for their inconvenience and never make THAT mistake again.
- Be proactive instead of reactive. This line of thinking is applicable in too many instances to list.
- Lead by example. Your staff works off your energy, your vibe, your confidence. They are going to follow your lead, so be mindful that everyone is watching. Especially when you’re just getting started.
- Make every staff member responsible for closing the loop on all tasks/assignments. In this business the left hand needs to know what the right hand it doing. Ask questions if necessary, but close that loop. Don’t make assumptions that someone else is finishing a task, it only take a quick second to circle back with your associate(s) to make sure all “i’s” are dotted and all “t’s” are crossed.
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