SPACE COAST DAILY TV FASHION TIPS: Ringing In the New Year In Style Easier Than You Think

Ultra Violet is 2018 Pantone Color of the year

ABOVE VIDEO: Styling The Space Coast with Gina Liberto show you the 2018 Pantone color of the year, a beauty hack that saves you time and money, as well as what’s on tap for Gina and the show in the New Year.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — Ringing in the New Year in style is easier than you think. You don’t need a complete overhaul to be fashionable in 2018 although this is the perfect time to step out of your box and try something new.

The phrase “New Year-New You” is frequently heard at this time of year. Whether you’re brave or not you can start small and incorporate one or two trends to keep it fresh and update. 

The Pantone color of the year is UltraViolet.

Adding a small amount of this on trend color is easily done with accessories like a scarf or handbag. Of course, pairing an UltraViolet top with a fun voluminous sleeve and denim jeans would work perfectly as a seasonal update.

No matter your personal style, it’s always a good idea to assess your closet a few times a year and January is a great time to start this practice. Eliminate pieces that are no longer in good condition, too small or large due to body changes or have seen the last of their on-trend days.

It’s a good idea to eliminate pieces that you haven’t worn or will never wear for whatever reason. You know you have them. Those pieces that were a great deal or you thought you couldn’t live without but re-hang every time you try them on.

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As a personal stylist, I help people with these tasks as well as defining the look that suits their lifestyle and desired image. Feeling comfortable and confident in your appearance does wonders for self-esteem and productivity.

Most people wear twenty percent of their wardrobe eighty percent of the time. Eliminating the clutter of undesirable pieces clears the way for positivity, simplicity and room for those pieces you will acquire that you may truly love to wear.

For more information about GinaZ Personal Styling, your GPS to the look you’ll love, call 321-604-0764 or email


Space Coast Daily Fashion and Beauty Editor Gina Liberto has spent years helping women from all walks of life look good and feel great about themselves. She believes in helping ladies discover and develop their beauty on the inside and out and feels both are the foundation for building and staying confident in one’s self and succeeding with the struggles of everyday modern life as a wife, parent and businesswoman.

A graduate of the University of Maryland and originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Gina is the oldest of two siblings. After living and working in the Washington DC area after graduating college, she relocated to Melbourne, Florida in 1995 to be closer to her parents. 

Having worked in advertising and the media in Brevard County for several years, Gina was lured to the family’s furniture business where she stayed for five years. After giving birth to two beautiful daughters and becoming a single mom, she needed to spend more time at home, and in 2003, started a direct sales business with Premier Designs High Fashion Jewelry. 

Over the years, the business has grown and expanded into styling, training and consulting on everything from helping women find the right piece of jewelry, to building a wardrobe for a new look.

Gina married Alan Zlotorzynski in 2009 and is now the proud mom of three girls – Isabella, Sarah and Lauren – and a boy, Marco. She enjoys spending time with friends and family, as well as training and speaking on fashion and style.  

She has a unique perspective on style and its relationship to the everyday woman. These days, as her Premier business continues to grow and as the Fashion and Beauty Editor of Space Coast Daily, Gina helps women on Florida’s Space Coast develop their personal style while balancing their busy lives.