DC Style Factory.

About Us

We are Washington, D.C.-based personal stylists for men and women. Our mission is to help our clients discover, refine and enhance their personal style – regardless of size, age or budget.

We work with clients in the DC metro area, New York out West and more. We also conduct virtual styling consultations if you live outside of D.C./Maryland/Virginia area.

With a combined 30-plus years in style and fashion, we offer expertise to plus-size, petite, tall clients and more. We work with high-profile experts who need polish for television appearances, attorneys, CEOs, stay-at-home moms juggling carpool, young professionals taking the next step in their careers and much more.

All our clients are important to us. Our job is to prepare them to look and feel their best for all the events in their lives — no matter how big or small.

We believe that the message you send through your personal style matters. We decode this for you. We don’t just look at what is current or trendy, but what works for you in terms of body type, lifestyle and personality. It’s about who you are and how that translates into what you wear.

For more information and estimates on services, email [email protected] or call 301.793.1075.

Rosana Vollmerhausen,

Founder/Chief Stylist

Rosana has 15 years of fashion retail and styling experience, including owning, running and buying for an award-winning boutique in Washington,D.C. She has styled hundreds of men and women since launching DC Style Factory seven years ago.

She was handpicked to be part of Stacy London’s team of Style for Hire wardrobe consultants, and has been referred to local clients by Ms. London. As a style expert, she writes  fashion tips for local publications, makes television appearances, produces style workshops, hosts fashion events and more.

As a wife and mother of three, she is a firm believer that you don’t have to sacrifice personal style because life is busy. If key wardrobe pieces make sense for who and where you are, personal style is accessible to anyone who wants it.

When she is not shopping, creating outfits, and attending to her clients’ style needs, Rosana is perfecting her crow yoga pose and spending time with her family.

Her favorite things to wear are brogues, jeans of any and every style and white blazers.

Read what Rosana’s clients are saying about her here.

Style Philosophy: “You get what you pay for.” Invest in those classic pieces where fit and fabric matter. Save on fast fashion.

Jennifer Barger,

Stylist/Personal Shopper

Jennifer has been a  fashion and travel journalist  in D.C.  for more than 13 years. She was the founder and editor-in-chief of the Washington Post’s fashion magazine, FW. She also writes for DC Modern Luxury, The Washingtonian, National Geographic Traveler, Google and Zagat.

Her DC Style Factory clients include professional Washingtonians looking to add special, one-of-a-kind pieces to  their classic, DC wardrobes. She also specializes in vintage shopping.

When she isn’t writing and styling, Jenn is on the hunt for the latest and greatest places to shop, eat and drink. She loves to do yoga, travel, cook exotic foods and watch old movies.

Read what Jenn’s clients are saying about her here. Too book an appointment with Jenn, email her directly at [email protected].

Style Philosophy: "Good clothes open all doors." As in, dress well and you'll get more respect at work, make a great first impression and maybe get upgraded to first class on an empty flight.

Marisa Gonzalez,

Stylist/Personal Shopper

Marisa launched a personal style blog a  year ago and within that year had gained a loyal following of thousands of readers. She parlayed that stint as a style blogger into her own personal styling business. She  trained with DC Style Factory and since then, has worked one-on-one with clients; styled marketing photoshoots for local designers;  and partnered with  local businesses and retailers as a stylist for fashion fundraisers.  Her personal styling clients  include CEOs, authors and stay-at-home moms.

When she is not busy working with her clients or prepping for her next photo shoot, Marisa is trying out a new recipe in the kitchen, working up a sweat at her local spinning class, and driving her two young daughters around town to their practices. Her favorite thing to wear is a jumpsuit. One and done.

Read what Marisa’s clients are raving about here. To book an appointment with Marisa, email her directly at [email protected].


Style Philosophy: Style is not superficial. It is a powerful tool that can help you put your best foot forward in life. Coco Chanel said it best: "Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman."

N'jeri Agyeman,

Style Associate

N’jeri’s passion and interest in the fashion industry lead her to New York where she attended Manhattanville College. During that time, she was a Real Girl Model for Seventeen Magazine and also discovered her love for styling when she interned at Westchester Magazine.

She has experience in front of and behind the camera both as a model and stylist for photoshoots and music videos. Her DC Style Factory clients include young professionals transitioning from college to the workforce, teens, tweens and more. Her personal style is an eclectic mix of urban-bohemian.

When N’jeri is not busy coordinating styling appointments. organizing client’s closets, and providing hands-on service to our clients, she loves to write poetry, shop (of course!) and blog. Her favorite things to wear are oversize jean jackets, crop tops and high-waist jeans.

Style Philosophy: March to the beat of your own drum when it comes to style. If it doesn’t feel right it won’t look right.

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