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Nia Griffiths

With an experienced background in visual display, Nia puts outfits together for clients with great ease. Her calm, collected nature is teamed with professionalism and creativity delivering high standards as a stylist for her clients and Britain’s favourite department store. A stylist that never wears trousers and a keen singer, there’s a lot to learn about Nia…

Describe yourself in a few key words Fashion lover. People lover. Creative. Organised. Stylish.

What bought you to become a Personal Stylist? I love fashion, always have from a young age as I realised how much it conveyed my personality and the freedom of creativity it gives me. I’m interested in all forms of creativity, whether it be fashion, film, music, art or making. I love learning and engaging with people. After being a visual merchandiser for H&M for 10 years, it felt a natural progression and learning process for me to enhance my skills.

What do you love most about your job? I love helping, inspiring and engaging with people.

Who have you worked with that compliments the work you do? I’ve been a visual merchandiser fro 10 years and I’m now going to be a part time stylist for John Lewis. I worked with the BBC styling contestants for a gameshow last year

Favourite fashion brands/influencers/designers: Currently my favourite brands are Zara, Rizzo, Long Shayward. I loved how Phoebe Philo evolved the way women dressed from the catwalk to real life

What inspires you? I’m a big cinema fan so I get a lot of inspiration from films

How would you describe your personal style? 60’s inspired with a modern twist. I don’t like floral prints and I don’t wear trousers

3 things we don’t know about you…

  • I have singing lessons
  • I’m a Big Bjork fan
  • I have a fine art degree

What is your style philosophy? The  main thing is to be confident with your own personal style as it can really show your personality and wear it with pride

Your favourite quote 

“Be somebody who makes everybody feel like somebody”