Why Hire A Personal Stylist?
I can hear some of you now. “Me? Hire a Personal Stylist? Stylists are for celebrities, right?” I get it. It sounds too fancy for you. I am “just” a Mom, who am I to hire a stylist? I’m just a busy, working, “average” woman and hiring a stylist is for famous people.
Not true anymore. No matter who you are, no matter your stage of life, no matter where you’re working… in the home, out of the home for someone else, launching your own business;
You have goals in life; places you see yourself going.
Even if it’s just surviving into tomorrow! We all know that putting on a great outfit can boost our mood and our energy. We know that a great-fitting pair of jeans helps us feel good on date night. We’ve all been told to dress to impress when we’re going to a job interview, reentering the workforce after years at home (heck, I’ve been there) or aiming for a promotion.
A Personal Stylist will work with you to determine your body shape, your image desires, and your personal style… even if you don’t really have one.
I understand that discussions about clothing can feel superficial, that focusing on your image can feel shallow, even selfish for some. But the truth of the matter is this:
people will form an opinion about you within seconds of your encounter with them.
I know this sentiment is not ideal but it IS reality and I can help. A Personal Stylist can make this all so much easier to manage by teaching you about the shapes and cuts that will flatter your body.
A personal stylist is trained to help you find the clothes that look best on you and will help you coordinate outfits for different occasions. When we think we look good, we feel good. It’s as simple as that and you know you’ve heard this all before so please know that
feeling your very best isn’t a luxury reserved for fashion bloggers and the rich and famous.
Just as you let a hair stylist cut your hair and just like a personal trainer would develop a workout routine, I will help you build a wardrobe that makes getting dressed easier. I will help you find clothing that reflects your personal style and lifestyle. Perhaps putting a good outfit together doesn’t come naturally to you. That’s where a stylist comes in. I started this business because I really enjoy showing people how to “put it all together”. I am good at translating fashion inspiration and current trends into a REAL woman’s closet. I am good at putting your style thoughts and desires into words and into your closet.
If you’re intimidated because you think a Personal Stylist is going to cost a lot, not only can I break down my services into stages for you… you’ll save money in the long wrong if you’re taught to purchase pieces you know you love and fit well. You’ll save time and money when you STOP buying pieces that are good enough just so you can get out of the store….and even worse if you never end up pulling them out of the closet.
If you’re intimidated by the presence of a personal stylist… you should know that my approach is as warm and friendly as it is honest. I truly enjoy helping other women feel great about themselves, simple as that. It does not serve you or me to be judgmental about your current looks.
This is not What Not To Wear and I will not strong arm you into getting rid of pieces that you can’t let go of.
But I will balance that with truthful assessments on what’s working in your closet and what isn’t. You should read more about my philosophy on personal style here.
You deserve to let a trained eye translate the current fashion trends (as well as the tried and true classics) into your closet. Let me tell you one thing I have heard over and over again with clients
“I never would have tried
that on if you didn’t recommend it.
And now I love it!”
Getting dressed is easier, starting the day is easier... when your closet is filled with clothes that have been specifically chosen for you, your shape, and your lifestyle. And I am ready to help.
My services might be right for you if:
You have a closet full of clothes and nothing to wear.
You are currently using only 20% of the clothes in your closet.
You have some cute pieces and NO IDEA how to put them together.
You’d like to make the most of what you already own.
You need help identifying your personal style.
You’d like to understand your body type and how to buy clothes that flatter.
You’re facing a life transition; reentering the workforce, promotion, career change, just graduated.
I hope to hear from you soon. XO, Jaime