Mary Sheehan Warren is a personal fashion consultant who presents personal image consultations to women all over North America, and fashion seminars, workshops, and motivational talks to clubs, businesses, and schools all over the world. Mary was co-founder of Elegance In Style, a non profit organization dedicated to fashion education for women from all walks of life. EIS was founded in 1996 and began by providing fashion seminars and workshops to women's groups, companies, and schools. Currently, the group provides fashion consultant training, and has completed instruction in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, Singapore, Spain, and Ireland. In 2000 its sister organization, Success In Style, was founded by Jeannette Kendall in Ellicott City, Maryland as a means for providing career wear to women in need.
Mary has just returned to the Washington DC area after 13 years in Wisconsin. Her 20 years of consulting experience enriches her seminars with real-world common sense and stress-reducing content.
Mary published It's So You! Fitting Fashion to Your Life in early 2007. She has been featured on both radio and television programs and has clients throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Education and other work experience::
Mary received her B.S. and her M.Ed. from the University of Maryland at College Park. She taught on both the elementary and middle school levels, and later joined Jostens Learning Corporation as a trainer. Mary is the mother of five and has been married for 23 years.
WHAT'S BEEN SAID ABOUT MARY AND HER BOOK...
- "Mary Sheehan Warren's book is fun, light hearted, and sooo helpful! - Fatima
- "It's So You! by Mary Sheehan Warren saved me time and money, and people have noticed my better use of clothes. I love her!" - Kim
- "What did I do before this book? It's So You! has stopped the embarrassment of wearing the wrong clothes." - Barbara
"If your eyes are the windows to your soul, then your face should be the focal point of your fashion."
"Use fashion. Don't let fashion use you."
"Don't say, 'I don't fit into this dress.' Say instead, 'this dress doesn't fit me.'"
Palo Alto, California 2011
Personal Image Consultant Mary Sheehan Warren