Hi! My name is Nina Walder,
it's a pleasure to meet you!
You probably know me as a personal stylist now, but it hasn't always been like that ;)

In fact, I struggled with everything style all throughout my 20-s, which also affected my confidence and self-realisation a lot. And my work now stemmed from my own challenge with style.

But let me tell you a whole story -

I actually always loved style & fashion, and since I was 16 I've been buying every single edition of Vogue.

Loved it, but I saw how everyone there was dressed in designer fashion head to toe, and it seemed that in order to look good & be stylish, you have to spend a lot.

I believed that and that it was out of reach for me until Instagram came around and I actually saw other women who dressed in the same shops as I did, but they looked so chic and stylish.

I couldn't believe that! My wardrobe consisted of everything black (and very dark shades or grey and blue), I was buying clothes all the time, yet I always wore the same few outfits because I had no idea how to combine clothes. My wardrobe was sooo boring to me, but I didn't know how to do otherwise.

My typical outfits in the past:
Then I though - no, maybe it's still about brands and the price of your outfits, so let me graduate from mass-market to some more premium brands. I tried that, but my boring outfits didn't go anywhere, they just became more expensive.

And all this 'style & fashion thing' became especially relevant for me when I launched my very first business at 25. I became the face of my brand, and it was important for me to look the part.

I actually managed to put together a few presentable outfits (all in dark shades still), but in my normal life I still felt miserable with my wardrobe. Especially, in the areas outside of my work - I had zero casual looks for my normal daily activities.
Then I though - no, maybe it's still about brands and the price of your outfits, so let me graduate from mass-market to some more premium brands. I tried that, but my boring outfits didn't go anywhere, they just became more expensive.

And all this 'style & fashion thing' became especially relevant for me when I launched my very first business at 25. I became the face of my brand, and it was important for me to look the part.

I actually managed to put together a few presentable outfits (all in dark shades still), but in my normal life I still felt miserable with my wardrobe. Especially, in the areas outside of my work - I had zero casual looks for my normal daily activities.