Plunket and fashion in Pukekohe
Ticket holders on Tuesday enjoyed an evening of light-hearted entertainment that promised to inspire them to clean out your wardrobe and never to have that feeling of ‘having nothing to wear’ ever again.
A fashion stylist and motivational speaker ,Lisa O’Neill has been running workshops for the past five years to help women to look the very best they can.
Lisa says she “loves the challenge of working with women who have given up all hope of looking good, because of a change in body shape or income.
“Many women I work with are shopping constantly but still have ‘nothing to wear’.
“My philosophy is that having the right stuff is better than having lots of stuff”
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