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Stylist Tina Durisseaux shows you clever ways to change your daytime look into look worthy of a night out on the town.
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Tina Durisseaux: Hello! My name is Tina Durisseaux, CEO and celebrity stylist of Eunice Style Fashion Consulting. Today I am here at the beautiful Pieces Boutique of Silver Spring Maryland, and we are here to talk about how we are going to change your day look to night. We are going to start off with your average black business suit. We are going to basically to dress it down. We are going to talk about different Pieces ways that we can use your versatility with the business suit, as far as maybe your complete look taking off your jacket, and the accessories and doing many different things that you may not realize that is simple and easy and quick that you can do going from your 9 to 5 and going to your evening look.
Before we get started, let me tell you a little bit about myself. I have been in the business for 8 years. I decided to start a company about five years ago. I have worked with many celebrities from fashion shows to celebrity events so I have pretty much seen it all. So with that being said, we are going now to introduce our beautiful model Karina to show you how to take your day look from day to evening.