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Hiring a Fashion Consultant? 3 things to consider.

[fa icon="calendar"] Aug 18, 2016 12:36:46 AM / by Jennifer Serrano

Jennifer Serrano


Do you typically stare at your wardrobe and can’t find anything to wear? Are you worried that your professional image is sending the wrong signals and affecting your career?  It might be the right time to hire a fashion consultant; here are four things to consider before you invest:

#1: Understand your needs

What do you want to accomplish and what is it that you want a fashion consultant to do for you?  When hiring a fashion consultant, there's usually a compelling reason. It goes beyond the joy that brings a fashion makeover - it's more about a particular area that needs to be changed. What's your reason?

#2: Check your fashion consultant's credentials

A professional fashion consultant should have a a desire to learn continuously and go beyond the basics of styling. Check past references before making a decision and please be very cautious of fashion consultants that do not practice what they preach.

#3: Spend wisely: you get what you pay for

Be careful with the poorly qualified stylists and fashion consultants "wannabes". There is always going to be a new stylist entering the field, and, though there is a chance to find a professional on the way up at a reasonable price, it is considered an exception. Professional fashion consulting service experts have earned the right to charge a premium for their services and the time required to provide a unique and personalized experience.

The question you want to ask yourself is: do you want to be a new fashion consultant's guinea pig or do you want to obtain personalized style advice and valuable guidance? 


Hiring a fashion consultant can be an investment, but it is rarely considered a waste of money.  At the end of the day you usually wind up saving thousands of dollars because of the style direction and advice you receive.  As you begin your research for your own fashion consultant, remember that a good one will always respect you, their time, skills and profession.



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