You walk in; eyes wide; and you witness the true state of your wardrobe. You pull out the jeans three deep in the stack.
Wrinkled, bedazzled, and ready to whisk you back to the ‘80s faster than a DeLorean. And up there, on the hanger—there’s
that dress you haven’t worn since your bridal shower. Why is it still in your closet and not in the Smithsonian?
Time, time, time, see what it’s done to me...
We get that while your lifestyle and body change, your wardrobe doesn’t always evolve with it. Maybe you just don’t have the time. Maybe with work, kids, a labradoodle, and barely 20 minutes for a workout, it’s just not a priority. Or maybe, you just really need someone to hold your hand and guide your way.
For men and women, whatever your reason, our team of professional stylists will be there to get you on track. We’ll break out our tape measure, conduct a full diagnosis of the situation, and use a blend of art and science to build a wardrobe that reflects who you are and how you live—now.
Jessica Bunting came to Unfoldid with a background in office management. Her experience working as an Executive Assistant to the President of Prudential Insurance and later seamlessly managing a 21st century household prepared her very well for managing the organized chaos of working with a team of creative minded stylists.
Whitney Torgerson was born and raised in the Greater Boston Area, a true Bostonian at heart. She received her BS in Marketing and Management from Merrimack College. From working and interning in retail management and operations for TJX Company, Whitney found her creativity and interest in fashion early on.
Molly Foley brings a creative spirit and background in organizing to Unfoldid. With her Masters in Library Science from Simmons College she uses her technological and organizational skills to create web-based apps and streamline systems. Molly also holds a BA in Sociology from the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, which she finds valuable in understanding clients and their unique needs.
Amanda Sanford Smith is a celebrated fashion and style expert as well as a design consultant for Best of Boston's Marrero Events. Amanda is a well-respected fashion show designer and serves as a judge for many high-profile events pageants and fundraisers. She dresses some of Boston's top rated media personalities such as WRKO's Kim Carrigan and Lori Grande of WBZ news, as well as Candy O'Terry of Boston Women in Media and Entertainment.
Lisa Mauriello received her BFA from MassArt where she studied Fashion Design and learned the technical nuts and bolts of designing, drafting and constructing beautiful unique garments. As a former private yoga instructor, she cultivated a sensitivity and passion for empowering others. Lisa learned fashion merchandising and buying while working at Louis Boston, New England’s most prestigious luxury boutique. Lisa utilizes her experiences, trained eye and dedication to connecting with her clients, to build a wardrobe that is timeless.
Emily Loftis’s stand out southern charm, mixed with her love of fashion has sent her on a wild ride. As a Style and Beauty expert, Emily has appeared on several daytime talk shows from "The Steve Harvey Show," to "The Insider", and is a regular contributor on "Good Day LA". Emily's passion is helping real women of all sizes feel just as glamorous as the celebrities she styles for Hollywood's Red Carpets.
Aricia Symes-Elmer was born in the heart of New England as the only girl of five. Touting a double degree in International Business and Asian Studies from University of Vermont and MBA from New York University, Aricia has traveled the world working on a variety of roles in fashion.