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As a young stylist navigating the entrepreneurial path, Joy loves to share her journey and expertise with others. Her passion for styling drives her purpose for service and empowerment through fashion. Her personality is the the joining factor that builds meaningful connections. As a stylist with practical experience from runways, to styling individuals for special occasions, to fashion merchandising with brands like Forever 21, Macy's and Target - she has a world of knowledge for all to hear!

 

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The Joy of styling

She’s modeled, she’s consulted, and she’s constantly spotted rocking fab fashions and a crown of confidence – but this mission is even greater than that! [...] Though the company just received its LLC status about a year ago, its infrastructure has been in the works since 2013, while Copeland was still a student at St. John’s University in New York. Styling comes naturally to her. She would just go out and do her thing, and put pieces together on her Polyvore site. But people were watching; they noticed her fly. She was constantly told how her everyday looks were “style goals.”

STYLE PARTY POPUP

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“Spearheaded by Founder and CEO Joy Copeland in 2015, The Joy of Styling, is helping to advance the DMV area’s fashion scene through connecting customers with Black owned businesses and educating the community on improving their visual narrative. On October 26, 2018, The Joy of Styling featured one of their many pop-up fashion events in District Heights, Maryland. “


Fit & Fab: Fitness Class

“What makes TJOS’s “Fit & Fab” classes different from other programs is that it offers different kinds of workout techniques with varying musical vibes for women and men. The series kicked off with a 1990s Zumba class, taught by Micha Green, AFRO Washington, D.C. editor, using music from artists such as New Edition and TLC. In March, TJOS hosted an Irie Yoga workout session to the calming sounds of Jamaican reggae classics. This month’s class is an Afrofusion dance fitness course.”

She's also partnered with ...

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Rare Royalty is a women's empowerment organization located in the Washington, DC/ Metropolitan Area. They offer workshops, constructive outings and other fun and inspiring events to help millennial young women grow in areas of business, lifestyle, and interpersonal relationships. Rare Royalty aims to reduce division among women by promoting healthy discussions about everyday life with the intention of providing support and inspiring confidence.

Rare Royalty is a women's empowerment organization located in the Washington, DC/ Metropolitan Area. They offer workshops, constructive outings and other fun and inspiring events to help millennial young women grow in areas of business, lifestyle, and interpersonal relationships. Rare Royalty aims to reduce division among women by promoting healthy discussions about everyday life with the intention of providing support and inspiring confidence.

 
 
 

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