About Lisa

Gordon Style House founder Lisa Gordon has a simple philosophy: Great personal style comes down to clothing that fits, flatters, and functions on you.

After years in the fashion industry, Lisa knows firsthand it’s not about wearing what’s new, but finding what’s right for you. That’s why she started Gordon Style House — to help you dress and feel your best in an easy, accessible, and inspiring way.

Lisa has worked in different facets of fashion for more than a decade — from design development to merchandising to styling. As a personal stylist, her diverse client roster includes founders and CEOS, tech entrepreneurs, as well as the busy, style-obsessed executive and new moms. No matter who she’s styling and shopping for, her goal is to always—always—curate outfits that fit your body, style, and budget. Lisa believes that the more comfortable you are in what you wear, the more confident you’ll feel about yourself and your sense of style.

As a creative consultant, Lisa also advises fashion brands and emerging designers on product development and seasonal strategies. Having spent years getting to know the needs and wants of real-life shoppers, she wants to help brands find innovative ways to reach customers in a competitive fashion market.

Lisa is always open to hearing about your brand and how she can partner with you. She has previously worked with Trunk Club, Coach, Mattel, Billy Reid, and Philip Crangi among others.

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About Lisa

Q & A

What’s your personal style?

“Sophisticated with a bit of flirtiness and edge.”

What inspired you to work in fashion?

A good closet refresh is the best! I’m obsessed with helping my clients do a tight edit, and finding (or re-discovering) those great essentials, as well as identifying key pieces to invest in for the long run. I love supporting my clients through life changes: body changes, job interview or that last minute getaway.”

You can never go wrong with…

”Elevated basics. Whether you’re able to buy The Row staples or that $80-$110 white T-shirt, a good-quality piece you know you’ll wear more than 30 times is worth the investment. When it’s no longer able to be worn out in public, it will become your favorite Pajama shirt or work out tee!”

Biggest fashion mistake.

“Pretty sure it was when I was going to Buddakahn in NYC back in 2006. I showed up in White Daisy Dukes, a leopard silk top with a keyhole, and brown leather over the knee boots. My girlfriend looked at me and said, ‘Turn around. You have to change your outfit.’ I looked like roadkill in the middle of the summer.”

What’s your foolproof style advice?

“Keep it simple! Know your three favorite pieces. Take the time to discover what your go-to pieces are, and then use them as the foundation of every look. And, never underestimate a high-quality white tee.”