C2 Style Celebrates 13 Years!
Carolyn Rovner has been styling clients since she was a teenager! It started with her family members, then friends, leading to her first job, as a fitting room “checker”. Once she became a sales associate, Rovner established herself as a leading salesperson, accumulating 10 years of retail experience in large department stores, as well as small boutiques. After a career in the hospitality industry, she stayed home to raise her three children. C2 Style was established in April, 2001.
Carolyn Rovner’s service reflects her style philosophy—”Clothing should reflect your personal style, project a confident image and fit your lifestyle on any budget”. Over the years, she have helped (literally) hundreds of individuals– men and women of all ages. Her clientele includes business professionals (in the fields of real estate, finance, marketing, technology, television and film), stay-at-home moms, retirees and recent college graduates.
In addition to styling clients, Carolyn Rovner is also a fashion writer and special event producer. As the Fashion Editor for Diablo Magazine, she styled a monthly STYLE page, orchestrated reader makeovers, and semi-annual fashion features. San Francisco Magazine, ANG Newspapers, and The Contra Costa Times have utilized Carolyn’s expertise. She is currently a contributing writer for Alive Magazine and Diablomag.com. She conducts large-group business presentations to major companies—Deloitte, Chicago Title, Coldwell Banker and Edward Jones are a few. She has produced fashion shows for The Junior League of Oakland-East Bay, The Blackhawk Women’s Group, The National Charity League’s National Convention, Bay Area Fashion Week. Carolyn also presents to more intimate groups like sorority alumni organizations, the Danville Newcomers Club, “Women in Transition”, and at-home Fashion Parties for social groups. She is proud to be a certified member of the Association of Image Consultant International, San Francisco Bay Area chapter from which she received recognition as Member of the Year for 2008. In her spare time, she is a member of the Advisory Board, and a volunteer stylist for Wardrobe for Opportunity, a non-profit organization that provides office-appropriate clothing to low-income individuals in the East Bay. Finally, Diablo Magazine readers voted C2 Style “Best Personal Shopper/Stylist” in the East Bay for the last three years!
“Thank you for taking time to visit my website. It would be my pleasure to help you update your wardrobe!”
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