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I am a fashion stylist who has always had a passion for fashion. My love for clothes blossomed into a career path, fueled by my degree in Fashion Design and Merchandising from IADT (International Academy of Design and Technology). My professional experience into the Fashion Industry was working for CAbi as a Fashion Consultant which involved assisting individuals with personal styling and fashion advice. 


While working for CAbi I was also a Health Counselor for Medifast Weight Control Center where I counseled members on their weight loss program. My experience at Medifast ignited a joy for helping women embrace their new silhouettes through personalized style advice.


That's why I created Fashionality. It's not just about trends; it's about discovering your personal style and finding clothes that flatter your figure and make you feel amazing.


But the journey didn't stop there…


I joined Macy's as a personal stylist, where I became a certified bra fit expert, trained under Wacoal (a premier intimate apparel and bra fit training company). I specialize in providing personalized fittings to enhance both comfort and confidence. My experience, combined with years of styling clients, solidified my mission to help women discover their inner beauty and express it confidently through style.



My Italian roots instilled in me a love for savoring delicious food and expressing myself through fashion, passions that continue to this day. Exploring new cuisines is a must for me, but on a perfect free day, you'll probably find me curled up with reruns of Sex and the City, my all-time favorite show.


Speaking of food, one of my most cherished memories is of my grandpa winning the best apple pie contest when he was a little boy. Now I carry on the tradition and bake the most amazing apple pies myself – it's my way of keeping his memory alive with every delicious bite!


I’m also really excited about making a positive impact by supporting and empowering women from all different backgrounds. I have volunteered with Dress for Success, Boys and Girls Club, and House of Hope. 

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