Corey was bitten by the fashion bug at an early age. Some of her fondest childhood memories involved frequent shopping excursions with her style maven mother and fashionable sister. Her eye for style and life-long fascination with fashion inspired her to explore her talents in diverse ways. Corey provided image consulting services and professional development seminars to women enrolled in job training programs. She studied wardrobe styling and color analysis, and received a certification in both areas. Corey pursued retail sales and honed her skills at Nordstrom. There, she worked with teens, mothers of the bride/groom and executives in search of professional suiting. Corey also outfitted women with clothes, shoes and accessories at a popular Washington, DC boutique called Catch Can.
Corey holds a Master’s degree in counseling and spent years in the social work field. Her training and experience have equipped her with an enhanced ability to listen to her clients, help them set goals, and support their efforts to achieve the results they desire, both inside and out.
Fashion writing rounds out Corey’s professional life and also allows her to be a vital voice in the Greenville fashion community. She currently reports on fashion trends for the Greenville Examiner.com and explores style in all of its dimensions on her blog, Style Matters.
One of Corey’s favorite fashion mantras is “Life is short, dress well”.