Inspiration + guidance for your style confidence!
Wardrobe 911 is the premier style resource for you to learn what works–and what doesn’t–for your style from professional, personal stylists. We are dedicated to helping you feel confident in your body and expressing it via personal style. Wardrobe 911 is your go-to resource information on “why to wear”. Our commitment is to teach you timeless style principles from a positive body-image perspective. We want to show you how to see beauty in all shapes and sizes–especially yours!
Wardrobe 911 started off as a blog about developing personal style by nationally recognized personal stylist, Arden T Reece (formerly T Morisco). Due to the blog’s popularity, the business soon grew and started offering training and programs to individuals and personal stylists. In 2012, Wardrobe 911 was sold and then subsequently returned in 2015 to Arden’s leadership. Wardrobe 911 is focused on supporting you to embrace your personal style and discover what works best for you!
About Arden Reece, Founder
Arden is a nationally recognized personal style & color expert, writer and speaker who helps individuals around the world create meaningful transformations for themselves. She is the founder of Wardrobe 911 and the former Wardrobe 911 Style Institute (the first online interactive learning environment for personal stylists), and shares her color wisdom at www.ardenreececolor.com. Her studies and research on personal coloring led her to develop and launch custom color palettes which are focused on applying color theory to bring out an individual’s personal coloring and beauty versus the “in-a-box” seasonal approach.
Before she started reviving wardrobes in 2004, Arden enjoyed over 15 successful years in fashion and brand marketing for companies such as Visa, Wells Fargo, Intuit, Levi Strauss and her own women’s clothing boutique. Her enormous creativity and well-rounded knowledge of garment construction, color theory and principles, and body types allows her to guide individuals in developing their unique style. She holds a B.S. in International Marketing with a minor in Art History and has undergone 64 hours of advanced color training with the International Association of Color Consultants/Designers (IACC-NA.)
Her style and color advice has been shared on stage with companies such as Jhirmack, Going Gray Looking Great, Tri Delta, Genentech, San Jose State University and Omega Nu. She’s also been featured in the San Diego Times, DisneyFamily.com, WalletPop.com, SheKnows, Chicago Sun-Times, Contra Costa Times, 7×7, Paper City, Daily Candy and the San Francisco Chronicle. She worked with KQED television 2005-2010 and has styled Jacques Pepin for his series, More Fast Food My Way and Leslie Sbrocco of the Emmy Award winning PBS series show Check, Please! Bay Area.