What is your blog about?
This blog is about helping women to look their best and get more wear out of their wardrobes – two of the most common questions I’ve tackled as a personal stylist.
I'm new to your blog/ site. Where should I start?
Ok, you’ve decided that you want to look your best and get more wear out of your wardrobe, so where to from here …
First, ask yourself this – do I want the help of a Stylist or do I want to try and improve things on my own?
If you’re the kind of person who just wants answers, check out my Online Styling Consult.
If you’re keen to take it more slowly and tweak your style bit by bit, then this blog was written for you!
To understand you and your style, you’ll want to start with the ‘Personal Style‘ category, in particular, this post –
Perhaps you already feel confident with your style, but know your wardrobe is a worry, then take a look through the ‘Wardrobe‘ category, in particular, this post –
To stay ahead of your fashion-savvy friends, ‘Colour‘ and ‘A Few Of My Secrets‘ will give you a stack of useful tips, tricks & strategies, but if shopping is your downfall, the posts under the ‘Shopping’ category will have you sorted in no time.
I started this blog so I can share everything that I know with you.
I hope it helps, I hope it inspires and I hope it encourages you to think outside the square when it comes to fashion.
What will I learn if I read through each blog 'category'?
Each blog post is assigned a ‘category’ to help locate posts easily and without the headache.
The ‘Wardrobes‘ category for example, is filled with posts on how to edit, organise and update your wardrobe etc.
The ‘Colour‘ category however, is filled with posts on understanding warm vs cool colours, how to wear colour and which colours suits you best.
How can I keep up to date with new blog posts?
I am feeling a little overwhelmed, can you help me?
Of course! Please email me directly at email@example.com – let’s discuss the problem and together we’ll come up with a solution to help you get on top of things.
Did you study personal styling?
I did. I completed the Diploma of Styling (Fashion, Image & Media) at the Australian Institute of Creative Design.
Do you still offer face to face styling?
No. Sadly, I no longer have the availability to continue face to face consults. My clients were having to wait 4-6 months for their appointment, which isn’t ideal. After launching my Online Styling Consult, it quickly became my most popular service so the decision to head down this path was made.
Is it really you that conducts your services or do you have a team of Stylists?
Yes it is. I don’t have a team of Stylists.
I work one on one with each client to make sure they receive the best result. It’s quite a challenge to find a team who have the same knowledge, understanding and passion for styling as I do.
Have you worked in other areas of styling?
Before styling, I worked in Interior Design where my understanding of ‘colour’ was really born.
As a Stylist, I began working in editorial and commercials. From here, I tried my hand at runway, fashion journalism, visual merchandising and e-commerce while I spent every spare second setting up a freelance business dedicated to personal styling only – my true love.
I want to know more about the styling services that you offer?
Why should I hire a Personal Stylist?
Hiring a Personal Stylist is an investment in yourself …
There’s no point spending any amount of money on clothes & accessories, if at the end of the day, they aren’t going to look great on you or worst yet, they sit in your wardrobe unworn. A Stylist will teach you how to get more bang for your buck, help define your style and make getting dressed a very rewarding and stress-free experience.
Do I need a Personal Stylist?
Are you happy with the way you look today? Do you have a wardrobe full of clothes, yet nothing to wear? Do you tend to wear the same clothes over and over again? Do you hate shopping?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, a Personal Stylist would be a great investment for you.
Do you work with men and/ or groups of women?
No, I no longer work with men or groups of women. Each service is much more effective working with one woman on an individual basis.