Tribes Nights are mini-ecosystems of encouragement, empowerment, and of women who totally ‘get’ what it feels like to be you. Our Tribes Nights are monthly evening meetups in real life. You can come along as a guest to your first Tribe Night by booking a guest ticket, before making the decision to join.
Here at Women’s Business Club we know that running a business or building a career can be pretty lonely and we thought that if we could help to reduce even a tiny bit of that isolation you’re feeling, well then that’s going to have a positive effect on your overall health, emotional, mental well-being and success.
We are all about connecting you with like-minded women, supporting, empowering you, and helping you grow in confidence and knowledge, in a relaxed and informal way.
Find out more at

NEXT MEET-UP 19TH JANUARY 2020 7.30-9.30pm

Summer Style & Beauty Event!

Summer Style & Beauty Event at Space NK Beaconsfield on Friday 5th July 10am-12pm
Summer Style & Beauty Event at Space NK Beaconsfield on Friday 5th July 10am-12pm with Abbey from Stories With Clothes, SpaceNK & Mint Velvet.

What a fantastic morning at SPACENK apothecary in Beaconsfield on Friday 5th July 10am-5pm!! I shared my top tips for dressing your Body Shape, embracing Colour to look and feel your best and showed my favourite new season pieces from the brand new Mint Velvet Collection.

Top Estee Lauder MUA Greg Vaughn showed guests how to look after your skin and hair whilst on holiday from hydrating masks to gorgeous holiday make up tips using Becca for that sunkissed glow.

Each guest received a STUNNING goodie bag with GORGEOUS skincare gifts, discount vouchers from myself and Mint Velvet! Look out for more events news coming soon…

Getting animated talking about Body Shape!

I recently appeared on BBC Three Counties Radio with Nick Coffer discussing what I do as a Personal Stylist and how it can help empower men and women on their journey to everyday style. Listen to the full Interview here…

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Abbey Booth from Stories With Clothes in conversation with Nick Coffer from BBC Three Counties Radio
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