I show women over 40 how to Stop Stressing About Dressing
Scarlett De Bease is not a Fashionista but she is a personal stylist and shopper who was named the Red Hot Image Maker by Westchester Magazine and is the author of
Stop Stressing About Dressing.
She is known for showing other non-Fashionistas how to take the stress out of choosing what to wear and buy and helping women go from dreading going out from behind their computers and front doors to eagerly filling in their calendars with places to go, people to meet and things to do.
From creating outfits with what a woman already owns to taking her shopping in person or virtually, Scarlett loves using her creativity and compassion to help women of all shapes, sizes, and ages to go from feeling insecure and frumpy to confident, less stressed, and stylish.
Her advice has been featured in various print and web-portals including Westchester Magazine, CNN Money, Huffington Post, Business Insider, The Three Tomatoes, More Lifestyle, and 2nd Act TV.
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Welcome To Scarlettimage
Do you struggle figuring out what clothes are right for you?
Want to not have to think about what to wear?
It’s time for YOU to Stop Stressing About Dressing.
Here's how I'll help you Stop Stressing About Dressing
What Clients Say
“I hired Scarlett because I wanted to figure out a style (and associated clothing) that would work for me – casual yet professional. She met or exceeded my expectations by having a ton of options ready to go when I arrived, tirelessly chasing down different sizes, and frankly nailing combinations that would work for me right from the get-go. My favorite part was how effortless the whole process was – and how good and comfortable I feel in the resulting outfits. I call Scarlett an absolute expert in her field – and overall a miracle worker!”Hannah B
“When I hired Scarlett, I finally committed to investing in myself, as I just wanted to stop feeling stuck or blah about what I was wearing. I was simply tired of feeling like I didn’t have the “right” things to wear. Scarlett helped me get rid of the clothes that were not serving me well and created a closet full of outfits I could wear. It was also really helpful to learn the key pieces that were missing from my wardrobe and how to best use my accessories.”Nancy Sheed
“Thank you so much for a wonder day! I learned so much – the best colors and jewelry tones for me, necklines, proportions, shopping tips, brands and so much more. Bringing clothes was so helpful and a great way to learn the best way to wear what we have and also learn from others. And I loved your gracious way of tack combined with clarity- that is an art! All of my questions were answered and you gave me clear direction with a sense of confidence and peace of mind going forward.”Christina Larson
“Scarlett is my SECRET WEAPON for looking and feeling my best! When we work together, I wind up with cool new outfits that combine what I already own with a few key new pieces. We never spend a ton of money, yet I look like I have an enormous wardrobe. Scarlett has a knack for knowing what’s right for me & my body and she’s taught me so much. When I shop for myself now, I’m able to easily choose the right items. And if I have a question, she’s just a text away. I am a lifelong client!”Lisa Corrado
“Thank you so much for your help today. I had fun working with you and look forward to my ‘New Look’.. plus my closet is so roomy now. ? Thanks for taking so much time with me and for being so patient. Someone is going to be very lucky when I take the rejects out of my house! After shopping with you, I am enjoying my new wardrobe and look forward to using your suggestions as I go along.”Arlene Bubbico
Find Your Style With Me
Hi, I’m Scarlett ….and I show women how to see themselves differently and always know what to wear. You know what? There is no such thing as a perfect body or look, and we just frustrate ourselves trying to look like someone we aren’t.