Meet Emelia Morris, a personal stylist who lives and breathes fashion, but her journey towards embracing her true style wasn't always a smooth path. In the past, Emelia found herself disconnected from the world of fashion, lacking a sense of personal style, and unsure about where to shop or how to dress for her body type.
Growing up, Emelia's style leaned towards the more masculine side, but this wasn't a deliberate choice. It stemmed from a desire to hide rather than celebrate her unique tomboy style. She struggled to find representation of girls who looked like her in the fashion industry and media. As the only black child at her school for a long time, she was acutely aware of her different body type, which, coupled with the limited representation back then, left her feeling confused about her own personal style.
However, as Emelia entered her teenage years, she started to gain confidence and embarked on a journey of self-exploration, discovering her own unique personal style. It wasn't long before she became known as "that friend" who could provide expert advice on what to wear and how to rock it. Today, Emelia has honed her skills and can help women overcome the same style barriers she once faced.
Emelia's passion for championing diversity sets her apart as a stylist and social media collaborator. She believes in the power of representation within the fashion industry for women of colour and women of all sizes. Her followers are genuine and engaged, eagerly seeking more diversity and authenticity in the world of fashion. Emelia aspires to transform the fashion landscape, working hand in hand with brands to promote inclusivity and celebrate people of all sizes and backgrounds.
With a Certificate of Professional Style & Image from the Australian Style Institute, Emelia works in various styling mediums including personal styling, talent styling, branding shoots, and red carpet styling.
Emelia's collaborations include renowned brands such as LuluLemon, Commonry, PayPal, Sussan, GlamCorner, Bohemian Traders, Frankie Shoes, Samantha Lentini, and Mister Zimi. She has also styled a diverse range of talents from popular shows like The Block, The Bachelorette, and rising star Allira Potter.
Working with Emelia Morris isn't just about fashion; it's an opportunity to be a part of a movement that champions diversity and inclusivity in the fashion industry.
Emelia is based in Djilang (Geelong, VIC).
For all enquiries, please contact:
+61 409 792 742