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Organized by

Mellicia Marx, Founder, Poplin Style Direction


Downtown, 100 South King Street, Suite 100, Seattle, WA 98104

How to know what to buy, what to save, what to change and what to keep the same. Do you need to break the bank to look and feel your best? How do you avoid purchasing items that just hang in your closet for years with the tags still on? And why does everyone mention having a tailor and yet it’s never clear what exactly you are tailoring and why? These are only a few of the questions answered during this useful and entertaining workshop. Find out how to buy strategically, when and how to sell pieces and how to ensure that you look like your authentic self and stay within your real-life budget. Personal Stylist and owner of Poplin Style Direction, Mellicia Marx, has worked with hundreds to women to help each one develop a strategy to attain and maintain an authentic personal style that flatters her frame,  fits her lifestyle and makes her look and feel her best.

SPECIAL OFFER: Mellicia Marx is offering each participant who has purchased a ticket to this Money+Style event, a free one-hour styling session with her (valued at $160*) at a mutually agreeable date/time.

* Non-transferable and no cash refund if styling session is not utilized for any reason.


  • $50 fee for TKC members
  • $75 fee for non-TKC members

Event limited to 20 registered participants only.

Light appetizers and wine provided.

About the Speaker

Mellicia is the founder of Poplin Style Direction, a comprehensive personal styling service catering to women who want to look and feel their best, so they can go out there and be their best. Mellicia’s style cultivation process empowers and educates clients to discover the style that is already innately their own, helping hundreds of clients discover a confidence and presence they never knew they possessed. As a mom who has worked in the public, private and nonprofit sectors, Mellicia has real world experience dressing for nearly any situation. In 2013, Mellicia drew on her years of non-profit fundraising experience to partner with Youthcare, founding an ongoing series of styling workshops that help at-risk youth graduating from their Barista Training Program look their very best for job interviews.


October 16, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm PDT
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