A wardrobe consultant's advice: 'Don't create a glass ceiling with your own style' | Bleader

Thursday, February 8, 2018

A wardrobe consultant's advice: 'Don't create a glass ceiling with your own style'

Posted By on 02.08.18 at 03:49 PM

Sign up for our newsletters Subscribe

click to enlarge Stylist Charles Harris reserves this fur coat for when he wants to make a statement. - ISA GIALLORENZO
  • Isa Giallorenzo
  • Stylist Charles Harris reserves this fur coat for when he wants to make a statement.

Street View is a fashion series in which Isa Giallorenzo spotlights some of the coolest styles seen in Chicago.

As he walked into a luxurious room at the W Chicago filled with models, stylist Charles Harris, 29, still managed to turn heads. “It’s important to dress well because it brings a certain level of confidence—you walk into a room and you don’t even need to say anything before you get noticed,” he says. A wardrobe consultant for MP Factor modeling agency (Factor Chosen till recently), Harris was attending a party benefiting the Anti-Cruelty Society when he was photographed. Clients at his wardrobe consultancy business, Live Limitless, have included Nike, Macy's, and the Chicago Bulls, and he's also a personal shopper. His best styling tip? Courage, he says. “Don’t say you can’t wear anything without trying it on first. Don’t create a glass ceiling with your own style.”

See more street style in the Chicago Looks blog.

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

More by Isa Giallorenzo

Tabbed Event Search

The Bleader Archive

Popular Stories