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  • Meet the Stylemakers -- Spring Fashion Styling with Maria Turkel

Meet the Stylemakers -- Spring Fashion Styling with Maria Turkel

Meet the Stylemakers -- Spring Fashion Styling with Maria Turkel

On April 22nd, we hosted celebrity fashion stylist Maria Turkel for a Spring Fashion Styling event to benefit Greenwich's Kids in Crisis.  She discussed great ways to style fashion in a sustainable fun way including:

-- Multiple ways to wear one item

-- How to incorporate accessories like scarves and necklaces into your look to round out edges and give a more polished outfit

-- How to incorporate menswear into a women's wardrobe including fun Hawaiian themed shirts and sweatshirts

-- Color trends for spring & summer including brown and florals

-- Mixing textures from leather (yes leather for summer); velvet slides, patterns and so much more!


To see Maria's full presentation, check out our Perfect Provenance  youtube channel & the link here.  If you would like to buy any of these looks you can tour our website or contact Tiffany Mezzone at or call her at 203-900-1131.

If you would like to work Maria on personal styling or closet edit, you can contact her at 203.247.0717 or  Visit here website at   or @mariaturkel on Instagram.  She works virtually as well.  

About Maria Turkel

Since 2007 Riverside, CT resident and personal wardrobe stylist, Maria Turkel, has been helping her clients boost their confidence and save time & money whether they're running errands or running board meetings. One of the original wardrobe supervisors on the iconic television series, Friends, she offers closet edits, personal shopping, outfit building & customized lookbooks to each of her clients. When not performing closet therapy, she can be found cooking Italian peasant food or visiting (virtually for now!) libraries and museums in NYC. 
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    Lisa Lori

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