How to Get Free Work Wardrobe Advice From an Expert Who Knows It All

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April 16, 2024 at 1:33AM UTC
Power dressing first surfaced in 1970s high fashion, but this expressive means of declaring woman-power in professional environments is just as relevant today as it was 50 years ago. 
Natasha Nurse — a coach, speaker and content creator — created her FGB group, Dressing Room 8, to make power dressing more accessible than a Versace runway. Her group helps women dress confidently, think clearly and live with purpose by providing personalized advice and insightful articles on expressing authority in the workplace. 
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Want to learn more about Nurse and her fashion-forward mission? She shared a bit more about her group (and herself!) with us below: 
Who are you? 
My name is Natasha Nurse. I am a coach, speaker, and content creator behind Dressing Room 8. 
What inspired you to start this group? 
I wanted to build a community around fashion, lifestyle and career empowerment. 
Who is this group best suited for?
This group is for women who want to learn how to think with clarity, dress with confidence and live with purpose each and every day! 
What part of FGB Groups are you most excited about?
I am excited for women to message and connect directly with each other on the platform. 
If you could get one celebrity to join your group, who would it be and why? 
Oprah Winfrey. She is EVERYTHING! 
If you could describe the vibe of your group in three words or less, what would the words be?
Meaningful change.
How can the FGB community get involved with your group? 
I would love for people to join the group and help to have meaningful conversations every week. 

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