About Michelle
Michelle Deitel 

"A place for everything, everything in it's place." 

-Benjamin Franklin

I grew up in a household with my parents, three older brothers and an identical twin sister. Can you imagine trying to remain clutter-free in a family of seven?! Fortunately, I am my father’s daughter and I was lucky enough to inherit the natural ability to be tidy and organized. I began helping others at a very young age with organizing their bedrooms. Eventually I moved on to assist friends and family with a plethora of decluttering needs such as general overhaul, getting ready for moving, downsizing, and most importantly making sure everything had it’s own place.

“Style is a way of saying who you are without having to speak.”

-Rachel Zoe

I don't follow trends. I do, however, notice what looks good on those around me and recognize how certain styles and shapes work best based on individual needs. I’m sure you've heard the expression, “One size fits all.” Well, not in my book! Everyone is unique and I’m able to accentuate my clients best assets based on their unique style and budget. I focus on helping you feel confident and comfortable. Does an outfit work well for your body type and flatter you as best it can? 

Ever since I was young my mother would take me clothes shopping. Whether it was a discount store like Marshall's, a large department store like Macy's, or a small clothing boutique, I learned how to be patient and sift through the racks with a purpose—to find those special items that are true bargain treasures. 

Family, friends and complete strangers often ask my opinion when pulling outfits together, or are curious to know where I purchased a certain sweater or a particular accessory. I always tell them with excitement where I made my purchases and if I found it for a great price! 

“Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.”

-Albert Einstein

I love to help others in need, so Infinite Ensembles works with Dress for Success—a non-profit organization that helps women who otherwise wouldn't have the means, to dress for job interviews and employment. After I finish cleaning your closets, please consider donating the clothes that you no longer need or want to Dress for Success or other charities looking for clothing and accessories. I am happy to make the donation for you.