Style Confidence. Do You Have It?

Do the professional women in your organization feel Style Struggle or Style Confident?

Your clothes can make you feel more professional. Your clothes can make you feel more confident. Above all, your clothes can give you the personal power that allows you to be fully present and comfortable in your own skin. 

And of coarse, your clothing can do just the opposite - make you feel self-conscious, ordinary, old and the list goes, that feeling of being out of sorts. 

There isn't a more powerful feeling than when your outfit truly expresses who you are. It represents everything you want to say without needing to say it. 

Your Style Makes a Statement. What’s Your Style Type? 

Sample Workshop for Professional Women: 

Style Confidence. Do You Have It?

During this Interactive Workshop, professional women will: 

  • Identify: What rules are they willing to release? What styles are they ready to embrace?

  • Understand how Style Confidence for the purposeful woman leads to greater influence.

  • Reveal their radiance while building a wardrobe that speaks to your boss lady qualities.

  • Discover Annette's simple wardrobe plan that utilizes 10-15 pieces yet creates 20+ outfits.

Upon Completion, professional women will:

  • Feel empowered to show up and reveal their best self with purpose and ease.

  • Own key ideas that elevate and optimize their wardrobe.

  • Understand new shopping habits and be inspired by a mini fashion show from area boutiques.

Download Annette Bond Speaker Sheet


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  • 3 Ways to Supercharge Your First Impression

  • Attract Your Ideal Clients with Confidence


Past Clients

  • Microsoft Career Center

  • Lee Hecht Harrison

  • Capital One Career Center

  • Seattle Pacific Univeristy Graduate Program

  • Key Bank

  • Threshhold

  • Peterson Sullivan

  • Sorrento Hotel

  • Women Business Owners Organization

  • Sunset Club of Seattle

  • Overlake Auxilury

  • PJ Hanks of doTerra Essential Oils

  • Sammamish Chamber of Commerce

  • NW Womens Show


Annette Bond brings her “Definitive Style”, as she speaks to a group of ladies of all ages and styles. I was delighted to see that I would save money as Annette demonstrated just how simple it was to begin with a basic wardrobe and build from there. Not one word was wasted as she accepted me where I am, at the size and style I have. inspiring me to find my personal brand through a simplified new wardrobe. Even though she was speaking to a group, I felt that she was speaking directly to me as I hung on every word and visual example. If you are looking for a speaker that will engage a group and inspire the individual to find their confidence-giving personal style, I recommend Annette Bond. I consider her service a key component to branding a thriving business.
— Deb Sogge, Sammamish Chamber of Commerce
I got a better understanding of what’s professional; smile, handshake, eye contact. “Oh, and I loved the part about making sure whatever you buy goes with at least 3 other pieces”
— Amber, Key Bank
Thank you for your presentation. You definitely inspired me to spend more time on my image and other non verbal factors. You were 100% persuasive and very welcoming.
— Judie, Toastmasters Intl.
I want to thank you so much for your presentation this morning. It was wonderful! I loved it all!
— Jennifer K., Key Bank
Annette provided a workshop/presentation at my office in Sammamish and it was chalk full of great information. Annette is an amazing speaker and her passion for her business just oozes out of her! She is a warm, caring and sincere person as well as an extremely professional individual.

She provided lots of tips on how to present ourselves as the best that we can be, both professionally and personally. I learned how important it is in life to always put your best foot forward and to give a great first impression. This information will help me in my professional career as well as in my personal life. I’m grateful to Annette for taking the time to give such valuable information.
— Debbie C., Washington Federal Bank