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Lyndell Werling is a personal stylist based in San Diego. After a twenty year technology career, Lyndell decided to pursue her dream to empower women to look better, feel better and transform their lives from the inside out as a stylist.

Lyndell’s passion for fashion was ignited as a child. Her mother was a handbag buyer for a major retailer in New York City and instilled a love for fine leather goods, classic elegance and style in her. Lyndell also learned to sew from her mother who is an expert seamstress. She understands garment design and construction which equips her with an ability to help her clients ensure an ideal clothing fit.

Lyndell earned her Personal Stylist certification from the Los Angeles School of Style. She completed additional training through The Fashion Institute of Design Merchandising, Simply Stylist, and Style 20/20 Academy. Her styling work has been featured in numerous local southern California and national television programs as well as media publications. Lyndell is an adviser to Macy's and Banana Republic providing product and pricing direction for upcoming seasons. Additionally, she was a featured stylist at 2016 Fashion Week San Diego. Lyndell also publishes several blog columns including Re-Style, the Encinitas Community Resource Center's blog to promote sales in their resale stores, and she is a La Costa Living magazine contributor. 

Lyndell is a graduate of the University of San Diego with a Business Administration degree and earned an MBA from the University of Southern California with a focus in Information Technology. Prior to starting her styling business, Lyndell worked for software technology organizations including Oracle Corporation, SAP, and Fiserv where her emphasis was in database management and application integration.  

Lyndell passionately supports many charitable organizations and spends significant time volunteering with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to eradicate blood cancer. She has received the Esther C. Scott Dedicated Service Award for her 15 years of service to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Lyndell has a deep understanding of the burden this disease inflicts on individuals who receive a blood cancer diagnosis. Her own journey of surviving melanoma, coupled with her experience working with blood cancer patients, enables her to specially focus on the needs of women fighting cancer; including hair loss and unique wardrobe considerations during and after treatment.