Fashion Stylist and Brand Influencer Kim Moh Shares How She Manages A Full-Time Job, Her Own Company and Influencing.

Kim Moh is a Houston-based fashion stylist, blogger and CEO of  A mother of three who has over 16 years of experience in fashion, merchandising and leadership training.

Business, Lifestyle

“I enjoy creating a story with clothes and helping my clients choose the right pieces for their lifestyle and make the right first impression.”

Kim has been recognized in Medium and Influencive’s publication as one of 2021 Micro influencers to look out for.

Kim’s styling work during New York Fashion Week has been seen in the Huffpost and Yahoo News!

At my full-time job I teach leaders how to run their business and manage through change as well as product placement and merchandising to drive traffic.  I enjoy helping new leaders grow and develop into business owners.

My passion outside of work is fashion and wardrobe styling.  My clients would thank me for putting together looks for them and ask me why am I not doing this for myself.

In 2019 I launched Mohstylz and began blogging.  People ask how do I manage it all with kids?  When starting and maintaining any business, there must be passion, drive, determination, the ability to take risk and most importantly, hard work.

Kim has worked with brands such as Pink Lily, Billion Dollar Brows, Brassybra, and Veneno Tequila.  Kim’s looks have been featured on and H&

I always knew that I wanted to run my own company, I never imagined that I would incorporate blogging as well.  This platform has allowed me to share my creativity and expertise, make connections with others and bring more visibility to my brand.

You can set up a free consultation on and follow Kim’s lifestyle journey on Instagram @therealkimmoh.

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