5 Ways A Personal Stylist Will Improve Your Life

We all have a personal style that should adequately represent who we areIf you find yourself saying, “I have nothing to wear,” or, “I hate my closet,” and you don’t know where to begin, that’s where a personal stylist comes in. Whether or not you’re adept in fashion, a good stylist will get you on the right track and improve your life in these top five ways:

1. You’ll have more time to do things you actually need to do:

The average person spends close to 20 minutes deciding on just one outfit. For those who change for several occasions through the week, that’s too much time. A personal stylist takes the guess work out of what to wear in any given scenario, giving you more time to do— anything else.

2. You’ll save money:

A professional personal stylist will require a consultation to adequately understand you, your lifestyle, and your goals. With that information, all styling and purchases will be done with those factors in mind resulting in useful garments that you love opposed to those five items in your closet right now that have yet to be worn. 

3. You’ll be more successful:

The phrase, “Dress for success,” has been repeatedly proven true. A carefully curated wardrobe inevitably results in upward progression in all aspects of life. Yes even outside of work, you never know who you’ll bump into at a networking or social event. Pro tip: lounge wear belongs at home and gym clothes belong in your fitness setting of choice. The only in-between? Athleisure, but we will discuss that later.

4. You’ll be more organized:

If it’s been a while since you’ve decluttered your closet, a personal stylist will happily take on the task. They’ll ensure that your closet is a welcoming, clutter-free space that you can easily assess and choose from.

5. You’ll love how you look:

A personal stylist will guide you toward putting the best, most cohesive version of yourself forward. You’ll love the way you look because the styling process is about enhancing who you are and not about compromising your sense of self for style.