What defines success when it comes to personal style? Style consultant, fashionista, and former model Lizzie Edwards join Nicole to talk about dressing for work and making an impact through your personal style. Starting her style career early, Lizzie was ‘spotted’ by Storm model agency and spent much of the 1990s working as a fashion model living in London, Milan, and Paris and working with some of the leading fashion photographers including Rankin, Corrine Day, and David Sims for magazines The Face, I-D and Dazed & Confused. She also worked for fashion magazines such as Elle, Marie Claire, and Glamour and as a fit model with designers including John Galliano, Jasper Conran, Karl Lagerfeld, Chloe, and Issey Miyake. In 2005 she set up her Style and Wardrobe Consultancy combining this grounding in fashion with a talent and love for shopping and effortless style, and an interest in personal development. ‘I loved advising people on what to wear, and it was a joy to see how my skills helped people become more confident and happy. As my business grew, increasingly many of my clients were executive women. I am also one of only a handful of UK style and image consultants who has been certified by the Association of Image Consultants International (AICI, FLC). I love my work and have great fun with my clients. In the 12 years since I started my consultancy, I have worked with hundreds of women, spoken in front of countless groups, and led workshops helping people discover their personal style and upgrade their image.’ In this podcast: – No-nonsense advice – Insights on how to create an effortless wardrobe – Dressing for leadership Lizzie’s new book, ‘Look Like The Leader You Are; A Seven Step Style Strategy For Ambitious Women’, is published this month.