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The Style Project is a podcast by Style Coach and everyday personal stylist Caitlin Taylor, from Chasing Cait.With over two decades experience in the fashion industry, plus a degree in psychology, Caitlin brings a wealth of knowledge about how personal style is closely related to body image and self esteem.In this podcast series, she chats with women she knows and admires (both in and out of the fashion industry) about their own personal style, their body love journey and what, if anything, should we as individuals, and society as a whole, be doing to improve the way we look and think about ourselves.

The Style Project: a podcast about body love, self esteem and personal style Caitlin Taylor

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The Style Project is a podcast by Style Coach and everyday personal stylist Caitlin Taylor, from Chasing Cait.With over two decades experience in the fashion industry, plus a degree in psychology, Caitlin brings a wealth of knowledge about how personal style is closely related to body image and self esteem.In this podcast series, she chats with women she knows and admires (both in and out of the fashion industry) about their own personal style, their body love journey and what, if anything, should we as individuals, and society as a whole, be doing to improve the way we look and think about ourselves.

    Lewis Rowe

    Lewis Rowe

    Lewis Rowe is the ultimate man about town. Immaculately dressed every time I see him, his style and confidence is enviable.
    So I was really excited to chat to him more about how HE views his style, and how it's linked to his confidence.

    This episode was recorded in 2020 during the first NZ lockdown, therefore some of the references may be slightly dated.

    • 38 min
    Evie Kemp

    Evie Kemp

    The fabulously flamboyant Evie Kemp is my latest guest. She's an incredibly talented designer and all round creative.
    She loves her dogs, is never short of a wide-leg pant, and always keeps her hallway looks immaculate for when people "just drop round'
    Evie's personal style is amazing! But it's been a work-in-progress.
    I loved our chat about how we just need to take up space, and show us as our authentic selves, and why it really is ok to just show your arms, no matter what they look like

    Follow Evie on Instagram HERE, or visit here website for some incredible style inspiration HERE.

    • 46 min
    Cushla Reed (Minx Shoes)

    Cushla Reed (Minx Shoes)

    The queen of footwear, Cushla Reed, is NZ fashion royalty. She’s been in the industry for over 20 years, and has seen it all, but is one of THE most down to earth people you will ever meet.
    She is the heart and sole (see what I did there?) oh her business, she still fronts her retail space and is in constant contact with her customers and  retailers, often listening to women complain about and put down their bodies when trying on clothes. 
    She uses the valuable information sh gains from chatting with customers about their insecurities to thoughtfully design both her shoes and her more recent clothing line (C.Reed clothing).

    I always love a chat with Cushla, and I”m so excited to have her join me on this episode  - happy listening.

    Visit Minx Shoes HERE


    Finery Cocktails Finery are a local company based in Auckland, supplying cocktails (+ a 0% option) around Aus & NZ!

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Brooke Falvey - What Brooke Wore

    Brooke Falvey - What Brooke Wore

    Brooke Falvey is Brisbane's very own Carrie Bradshaw. She's a journalist, turned fashion blogger / instagram star, turned stylist and model.

    This blond bombshell is the OG dopamine dresser, and she makes me miss my home state of Queensland  with all the amazing colour and print she wears on her Instagram page, but you'll also be surprised at the clothing item she feels the MOST herself in.

    Learn how a conversation as a teenager with her mum in a mall about all of the 'normal women' set her on a path to accepting her (gorgeous) body how it is, and gave her the confidence to step into a modelling career even though she doesn't have the 'traditional model frame" that we were programmed to be the "only model body" growing up in the 90's.

    We talk about how wearing your togs in public might be bold, but please don't call it brave, and I learn about how protective Brooke is over her own sense of style (don't mess with her gold boots please!)

    Find Brooke on INSTAGRAM HERE, or read her blog ON HER WEBSITE

    The Style Project: Season 2 is proudly sponsored by local NZ business, Finery Cocktails - living your finest life with Finery. Find them at finerycocktails.co.nz

    • 56 min
    Cassie Roma

    Cassie Roma

    Cassie Roma has that enviable ability to make you feel like you are the only person in the room every time she talks to you.

    Cassie's trademark look, with her amazing mane of curls, hats and double denim is one of her most distinct calling cards, but she didn't always have the confidence to be her true self...

    Self-described storytelling, public-speaking, social media + digital marketing OG with a penchant for data, creativity, strategy, & community advocacy, her kindness and joy are infectious, but life hasn't always been smooth sailing for this California girl living in NZ.

    In this episode, Cassie and I chat about everything from why she loves her grandfathers style, how growing up in the 90's in California wasn't amazing for her self esteem, and why we just all need to be a little bit kinder to ourselves, and each other.

    You can find Cassie Roma on Instagram, LinkedIn and on her website.

    The Style Project: Season 2 is proudly sponsored by local NZ business, Finery Cocktails - living your finest life with Finery. Find them at finerycocktails.co.nz

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Jess Quinn

    Jess Quinn

    Content creator and body diversity advocate Jess Quinn is one of the most positive, inspiring people I know. And she's just a joy to be around.

    Her outlook on life is inspiring, considering she lost her right leg to cancer aged 9.
    Jess is showing others how to overcome adversity and insecurity using her own incredible experiences, including a TED talk in Auckland in 2018

    Last year, she took a petition to the NZ government, asking that all photoshopping on magazine images be disclosed, after a personal experience with her body being manipulated for a magazine. 

    Find Jess on instagram here: @jessicaemilyquinn and watch her TED talk here.

    • 58 min

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