dress to express: make light, season 4, episode 3
Stasia Stavasuk, the dynamic and passionate CEO and founder of Style School, joins me today. Together we talk about style vs. fashion, what she calls “inside-out congruency,” and using how you want to move in the world as your North Star when dressing yourself can be a radical act.
In this episode:
Stasia’s Style School, a 5-week online class for learning all about how you can experience inside-out congruency yourself.
Stasia’s TEDx talk, where she shares her inspiration for starting Style School (spoiler alert: it’s all about her incredible daughter).
Stasia’s Instagram account, where she shares her own journey of inside-out congruency.
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