Fashionista Sistas have packaged their specialised knowledge of first impressions into a fun and educational workshop for Secondary School, TAFE and University students.

They give simple, easy to understand information together with tips and tricks to help students be confident and successful in a job interview situation. The Sistas demonstrate skills the students can practice

and build on to ensure their continued success throughout their lives both personally and professionally.

The workshops are fun, informative and interactive; working to connect with students in a down-to-earth approachable style. Apart from being Style and Image Consultants the Sistas are both mothers and are very aware of the challenges teenagers face every day.
The Workshops run for approximately 45-50 minutes.


The topics covered include:

Techniques on how to use body language
Creating a visual resume
The importance of a good first impression
How Social Media may affect your success
Eye contact & the art of handshaking
What to wear and what not to wear
Being organised & getting the details right

Many schools across Melbourne and throughout Victoria have included the Fashionista Sistas “First Impressions Workshop” as part of their careers curriculum.


References provided on request. Please note we have a Working With Children Check.






““The students enjoyed the interactive nature of the material”
“What I really liked was that they created a visual impression for the girls, rather than just telling them to dress a certain way.”

Patricia Dolan

Careers Counsellor, Camberwell City Grammar


“This kind of information is highly needed at this stage of a young person’s life and from my observation I could see that the students listened intently to the valuable tips offered. I have no doubt that what they learned was appreciated and this was particularly evidenced by their applause at the end of the session.

As a Careers Counsellor, I would highly recommend The First Impressions Workshop to anyone involved in careers education. The importance of making a good impression at an interview cannot be over-emphasised in today’s competitive work climate and this workshop goes a long way in increasing the students’ chances in gaining the employment they desire. ”

Laura Walsh

Careers Counsellor, Kew High School

Who we’ve worked with