Andrea Pflaumer’s passion for fashion began at the age of eight, when she designed the clothes for her paper dolls that she would have preferred for herself.
After a career as a professional dancer and dance teacher, Andrea found her way back to her fashion passion and became a contributing fashion, arts, and culture editor for the East Bay Monthly, Oakland Magazine, and the San Francisco Examiner. But she wanted to make sure that everything she learned didn’t get lost in a world of fads and fashion faux pas. So, she wrote a bestselling book, Shopping for the Real You, based on years of research and collaboration with John Kitchener, director of Personal Style Counselors, the oldest and most established color and style system in the world.
Andrea’s articles regularly appear on numerous websites and magazines, including PrimeWomen, SheSavvy, Sixty And Me, Huffington Post, Better After 50, and Felix Magazine. Her 23,000-plus social media followers learn about how to navigate the often overwhelming fashion maze. She also wrote an e-book, She’s Got Good Jeans, because she got sick and tired of hunting around for a decent pair of jeans.