When In Antwerp, I met a very colorful and well-dressed lady: Greet Moens (1967). Greet: “I completed a dietary education, but after finishing I worked in a sales department in the Pharmaceutical industry. About 15 years ago one of my brothers died. For me a reason to follow my heart and do what I really wanted. After various courses in color and styling, I work since then as a freelance stylist, image coach, makeup artist and color consultant.”

Greet Moens: 'word wie je bent'

Color is important

“Color is very important not only to look good. Dark colors feel safe for many people, but they tell little about someone’s personality. But wearing colors makes you mentally stronger, you communicate through color in your clothes. With colors, you can also create a slim effect.”

Greet Moens:' word wie je bent'

Wear your clothes

‘During 5 years I worked as a teacher in color, style, and image. I still give image coaching to different companies, but I also like to give personal advice to women do. Our body changes in aging, the skin tone changes. Support can help women in this new phase, together with the existing wardrobe, to make new (color) combinations. I also show what certain shapes are, most women wear only 30% of their wardrobe. My goal is to make it 70%!


“Soon I will start my own accessory line in cooperation with Krystal London, they work with Swarovski crystals. The first earrings I designed are available in summer. I love jewelry, preferably not too expensive. The accessories that I design should also be accessible to people with a smaller budget. The green ring is designed by Max Azria by BCBG. My watch is by Gucci. Golden ring ‘love’ is a gift from my husband.”


“In London, I bought these booties, it’s a German brand. The lavender sweater is by COS, I bought the bomber jack at H&M. The skirt is from a vintage store, the glasses are by Lespecs. Every day Is a party, so wear those beautiful clothes. It will color your day, you will see you get compliments. Every woman can look good. ”

Greet Moens: 'Word wie je bent'


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