Our passion is to empower and uplift the lives of our clients through fashion, beauty, and life- styling.
We at Aesthetically Obsessed know, that each individual has a unique life story, and our purpose is to refine your complete style- while encouraging positivity, self-growth, and self-confidence.
A Note from Danielle-
"Whether you are receiving a virtual styling appointment or an in person experience, my passion is to help guide you into the most confident and stylish version of yourself. Personal aesthetics represents so much more than what we are putting on our bodies, it's also a feeling.
Our style evolves with our life story.
What we choose to wear represents how we want to express ourselves to the world. The best part of choosing our own aesthetic, is the fact we can be chameleons any day of the week.
The truth is, when we wake up each day, we get to choose who we want to be, and how we want to feel. I believe in the 80/20 rule, with most things in life, and it's important to give ourselves grace on the days where we just aren't feeling 'it'.
My philosophy is that we're allowed to keep some items that could be considered 'old' or have history. We all have days where we want to wear that 15 year old holey tee shirt and lounge around, I get it. I do however think it’s important to ask yourself, “What does this garment represent to me? What memories are tied to this specific piece?” If it doesn’t feel good to wear or bring a smile to your face when putting it on, then it’s time to part ways.
Style is so personal- I've created looks and memories for birthdays, wedding showers, baby showers and more; but style is also a tool for creativity and strength while plowing through adversity. Sometimes choosing your outfit for the day feels like putting on a body of armor before heading out into the world. Aesthetics are a beautiful expression of who we are, where we’ve been, and who we want to be.
I am excited and honored to style each and every one of you who trust me with your life’s story and your style story."
Photography by Maddi Manheimer