Erin Jelinek has more than 20 years of experience in the fashion industry. After earning her bachelor's degree in business administration from Wake Forest University, she became an assistant buyer at Bloomingdale’s in New York City. Since her time at Bloomingdale's, Erin has worked extensively in specialty retail, a highly customer service oriented environment, in which she has gained incredible experience working one on one with clients and helping them to add to their wardrobes, all while keeping their budgets in mind. Erin writes a fashion column in a local women's magazine and has also been a fashion contributor on the local morning news. Her years attending fashion markets in New York and Atlanta have further honed Erin's keen eye for style. She understands the latest trends, but more importantly, Erin knows how to incorporate those trends into the existing wardrobe of her clients without sacrificing their personal style.
When she's not busy working with her clients, Erin can be found working in her kitchen, where she loves trying out a new recipe, or spending time with her husband and their 3 incredible kids.
Donna Dixon brings a wealth of experience to Twin City Style. A long time resident of Winston-Salem and graduate of Peace College and North Carolina State, Donna spent several years working in marketing in the banking and e-commerce industries. After spending several years focusing on her family, Donna returned to the marketplace as a wardrobe consultant for a high end fashion line before joining Twin City Style as a stylist. Twin City Style has allowed Donna the opportunity to blend her corporate and fashion experience as she works with helping clients identify gaps in their wardrobe, develop and define their own sense of style, and utilize the pieces they already have to best express their personal style while staying current with modern trends.
In addition to spending time with her husband and their 2 amazing kids, Donna's time away from Twin City Style is spent cooking, gardening and searching high and low for unique items as varied as antiques, flowers for her garden, or the elusive perfect pair of jeans.