This Fashion Friday, with Kim XO Appelt is all about de-cluttering your closet.
As a personal stylist, Kim has been digging through people’s closets for years. She has a keen sense of what should be kept in the closet and what should be tossed out.
This episode Appelt will let you know the five things to get rid of, which should make managing your closet easier.
Starting with if you haven’t worn it in a year, it’s time to get rid of it.
Watch below to find out more.
Appelt is a personal and celebrity stylist with years in the fashion industry and has become a go-to expert on all things fashion.
From Jen Laporte of Disney’s Freaky Friday to Kaitlyn Bristowe of The Bachelorette season 11, to Okanagan food blogger Tori Wesszer, Appelt has been key in celebrity styling.
She produces new videos every week to help her thousands of YouTube subscribers turn a shabby look into run-way chic. She also has a strong social media following with more than 58,000 followers on Instagram.
Her passion to help clients find their own style, and her ability to see trends and pull together key pieces, have led the way to a successful styling career.
How to walk in high heels? What’s the best way, to tie your Converse shoes? How to pull off a baseball cap? Appelt has you covered.
Trained in New York, Appelt has styled both local television personalities and A-list celebrities through her company Style by Kim XO.
“As a style expert and an influencer, I work with select designers and brands to assist them in promoting their brand,” Appelt said. “My services include private launch parties, fashion shows and brand placement.”
Be sure to look for Kim XO every Fashion Fridays on the Life channel on all Black Press Media websites.
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