Rosana Vollmerhausen is founder and chief stylist of DC Style Factory – Washingtonian Magazine’s top personal styling company in the DC area.
She has 15 years’ fashion retail and styling experience, including owning, running and buying for an award-winning boutique in Washington, D.C. She was subsequently handpicked to be part of Stacy London’s team of Style for Hire wardrobe consultants. Since launching DC Style Factory 10 years ago, she has developed and honed an organized system of closet, shopping, and styling appointments designed to save her clients time and money. DC Style Factory dresses hundreds of men and women in the DC area each year with a client roster that includes high-profile U.S. politicians, lobbyists, corporate executives, and more.
Rosana also conducts style talks and workshops in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia. She has produced personal stylist training seminars, teaching and advising future stylists. Her style tips, and expertise have been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Washingtonian, Bethesda Magazine, Northern Virginia Magazine, The Boston Globe and more. She has provided expert style insight on BBC World News, NPR, WJLA News Channel 7, and NBC News Channel 4.
As a wife and mother of three, Rosana 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, a put-together and polished personal style is accessible to everyone.