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Lani Inlander
Covid-19 Quarantine Life

How to Look (and Feel) Put-Together and Powerful while Video Conferencing

Last December I contributed to a Slate article entitled, The Gargoyle on My Screen. Everyone Looks Awful on Video Conference Calls, Can that Change? Now seemed like a good time to revisit and expound upon the details in this article. Here are some ways to look, and as important, feel, put-together and powerful while video conferencing. Or having a Zoom ladies-night-out, as I did the other night!

Press

Bottom Line, “Shoes Don’t Have to Hurt”

See the article on Bottom Line, or read below: . “As a stylist, I used to be able to spot a “comfort shoe” from a mile away, because it was wide and dowdy. No more. Today there are many stylish options for shoes that look as good as they feel. The key is to find the brand that fits your foot well and stick with it. Here’s how to take the right steps toward the perfect fit and some of my favorite shoes… . Find the right fit. To make sure the shoes fit properly, try them on late in the …

Press Style Inspiration

Aleteia For Her’s “Audrey Hepburn, Style Icon”

In our whirlwind of spring shopping this month, I just realized that I never shared my latest For Her article. Audrey Hepburn is an endlessly fascinating, truly timeless, style icon. Want to emulate Audrey’s look? I’ve done all the work for you. Click here to read the full article or read below for a teaser. Happy Shopping! . Before initiating a relationship with any of the clients I dress, I ask them to fill out a fashion questionnaire that asks, among other items, to identify their fashion icons. Audrey Hepburn, synonymous with classic style, is often the answer I get from …

Style Inspiration

5 Steps to Build a Wardrobe That You LOVE

A few weeks ago Kyle and I taped some segments with Anjali Varma of The Modern Mompreneur. You can check out the video I did with her here, but I also suggest you subscribe to her YouTube channel for more Mompreneur content. If she looks familiar to those of you in the DC area, it could be because she is the owner of the Bethesda Kidville as well as a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and Washington Post. Enjoy! . . . Lani Inlander is a personal stylist, working with clients who want to feel their best and look put-together every …