I really enjoyed the Fashion Lowedown Session and learned a lot.  If I took one thing (or Loweism) away, it’s definitely “When In Doubt, Don’t”.

In fact, I’ve ‘not’ purchased several items since we spoke and I’m super glad! You already saved me that on those garments I didn’t buy. But best of all, you have saved me literally thousands of dollars in the future because what you have done is broken a habit of a lifetime!
— Tracy Angwin, Founder of APA

My name is Lalita Lowe and I’m a Personal Fashion Curator. I specialise in working with women who appreciate beauty and design, who are ready to rethink their approach and their relationship to their own fashion. These are women who know that this will have a huge impact on every part of their life, yet the challenge of “where to start” is holding them back. 

I am a formally trained fashion designer. I studied in France at the Paris Fashion Institute and I have a Degree in Fashion Design and Technology from RMIT. Now I have the pleasure and honour of being a member of the RMIT Fashion Advisory Board. I have also worked for high end fashion runway designers in Paris and New York. 

All of this has led me to what I do today, and what I love doing, which is helping women to cultivate a discerning eye and more satisfying relationship with their own fashion. And at the same time, bring back the spontaneity and pure enjoyment that fashion can and should bring, which has often become lost in the changing stages of life that all women face. 

I work one on one with women from all walks of life, taking some of the complexity out of their fashion choices and sharing my own key learnings and philosophies, with the ultimate aim being that they feel confident in every situation.

For many people the idea of working with a Personal Fashion Curator might at first feel a little intimidating, but it really shouldn’t. As you will see from the testimonials on my site, I make the process fun, easy and really down to earth. Specifically we will work together to: 

  • Develop a Fashion Strategy just for you 
  • Help you make better fashion buying decisions
  • Work out how you can save money on your fashion
  • Save you time when it comes to everything to do with your fashion
  • Get clear on what types of clothing makes you feel your best 
  • Bring back some of the fun and passion to your fashion

Many of my clients are Entrepreneurs and business owners. They realise that their fashion choices and routines can actually have a dramatic impact on their business. My job is to help them build their personal brand, feel confident in what they wear, save them money and save them time. I do this by helping them develop their own personal fashion strategy with their business outcomes in mind.

I offer a number of options when it comes to working with me. One of my most important goals is to make it easy for you when it comes to making your fashion choices. My products and services are all listed on my site. But the best thing to do is simply drop me an email, tell me what you would like to achieve and let’s see how I can help. 

I would love the opportunity to work with you. 

Lalita Lowe

Personal Fashion Curator

P.S. By the way, if you would like to find out more about what I do and how we could work together I do offer a free 30 minute consultation. To find out more, click on the button below. I would love the opportunity to get to know you a little better.


Lalita Lowe’s Fashion Lowedown Session was a fun and informative way to dissect my wardrobe. For the first time in a long time I analysed my thoughts around fashion and the image I am presenting to the outside world. Lalita’s no judgement on personal style or being ‘On Trend’ made this an extremely enjoyable session and I gained tremendous insight into my style and what to look for during future shopping trips.

I ended up questioning ‘why’ am I holding onto things I don’t wear, that don’t fit and I don’t really like. It showed me the importance of thinking before I purchase and “When In Doubt, Don’t”. I would highly recommend this session with Lalita.
— Ann Wilson