the social butterfly


Are you battling a style rut?
Not sure how to battle your way out?

Feeling stuck in your neutral-zone wardrobe or same old, same old look? It’s easy to get into a habit or keep a look that worked for you…once…a decade ago. Maybe it’s time for a change!

A style rut can be hard to see in the mirror because you may have slipped into the ‘comfortable’ twilight zone. The person looking back at you is familiar, sometimes too familiar, so you may need someone else to point out the obvious.

The question most often asked is "Where do I begin?"

​Complimentary Consultation: Identify your style and strategize your image breakthrough.

Closet Edit: Assess your wardrobe and address what is needed learning how-to shop in your own closet.

Shopping Services: Angela shops with you or for you as you learn what to buy, where to shop and what to pay.

Digital LookBook: Never struggle again with creating your signature style with your personal go-to guide.

Virtual Styling: A personalized program including phone calls, skype or google hangout sessions, photo exchanges and link sharing.


We all inhabit spaces. How you do need your space to function? If your office, you probably need to be productive. If your bedroom, you will want to rest and relax and maybe have intimacy. If your family room and you have a family, you may desire happy interaction.

You can create a space to function the way you need it to. First you have to be clear about what you need  to do there. When you are clear about how you want to use your space, you  can create one that is  most suitable to you needs.

Do you know that your space affects how you behave?

Well, it does! Decide how you want to behave in your space and  set up it to support you.

Do you also know that most homes or offices are designed without consideration of your needs? At Successful Spaces I learn how you need your space to perform and I help you set up your space to support your lifestyle.

Begin by selecting a space you either live or work in and answer the following questions:

·         How do you use the space?

·         How do you move about the space?

·         What do you see?

·         Where do you sit, sleep or work?

·         What feels good?

·         What do you want to change in your space?