Combining our extensive knowledge of the fashion and styling world with a twist of psychology and business, our Style Squared sessions aim to educate, empower and motivate individuals to look their best while feeling confident and motivated in the workplace.


Backed by research in psychology, our aim is to show individuals how looking their best can contribute to their overall mental wellness and performance. 

These sessions can be presented as corporate wellness or team building sessions, and are suitable for organizations of any size in a wide variety of industries.


Connect with us and let us show you how our Style Squared corporate sessions can benefit your employees and your organization.

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“Yalda and Aldona gave a powerful presentation during a lunch and learn seminar at Foster LLP. Everyone really enjoyed the presentation and thought it was not only informative, but also fun and entertaining as well. Both Yalda’s and Aldona’s personal stories also really added a touching element to the presentation which was very moving. These ladies really know their stuff and provided my colleagues and I with very helpful guidance, tips, and ideas on dressing well and the reasons behind it.” 


- Foster LLP

"Hosting Style Squared in our space was a great experience. The audience was actively engaged and both Yalda and Aldona presented useful, applicable knowledge in a friendly, approachable manner. Both stylists clearly have extensive experience is using fashion and style as more than just the cloth the clothes are made from. Using fashion as a tool to promote wellness, confidence and embracing your best self were ideas that clearly resonated with attendees. The addition of hands on styling, and bringing clothing items from local shops was both a nod to local designers and local retail, as well as a great way to demonstrate current trends and styling tips. Tangible takeaways for attendees are always a win! We would definitely host Style Squared again.”

-Hunter Hub for Entrepreneurial Thinking,

University of Calgary