Have You Ever Wanted to Be Fashion Clothes Stylist?

Have You Ever Wanted to Be Fashion Clothes Stylist?

Do you have what it takes to become a fashion stylist? Is your fashion sense up to par? Do you think you can create fashionable looks for others? Are you up to date on all new trends?

A fashion stylist career may be a very lucrative job, but it is a bit more complex than just assessing a client’s wardrobe and his or her image. First and foremost a stylist needs to have a passion for fashion. A stylish desire to understand their client, and what tends to make them appear very good. They have to be able to enhance and emphasize the client’s features if need be. A stylist must know what accessories the client should wear about the wardrobe. They must also know what image to create dependent on the personality of the client, shape of the client, and be able to translate that image to what a photographer and or director may want. Some fashion stylists are also known as personal stylists and are often considered image-makers.

Education and Training

Professional stylists are not required to have a formal education. That does not mean that it is not asked for by prospective clients. A fashion design school degree will help the aspirant stylist gain skills through formal education. Clientele prefers a stylist having a strong education on their belt. Fashion design schools offer you an Associate’s degree in fashion design or fashion merchandising. Numerous clients may also call for that the aspirant stylist has field experience. This …

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Diary of a Tall Fashionista: How to Wear Color

Diary of a Tall Fashionista: How to Wear Color

I LOVE wearing lots of colors. But for most people, it’s a little scary. Maybe you’ve seen color gone wrong and sworn not to ever be that girl. Or maybe you were a teen in the 90s and so obsessed with neon that you’re still getting over the poor choices you made. I can relate. The temptation is to wear all neutrals to be safe. And yes it’s safe but it’s also, what’s the word? Boring-which I am assuming you are anything but! I sometimes get in a similar rut in my home. While I usually incorporate color into my wardrobe fairly easily, if you saw my house you’d wonder why a brown wall threw up all over a brown couch which threw up all over brown wood floors, and brown wood furniture. I look around and I think how did this happen?! And honestly, it’s just what I described above. Fear. I have a saying in life. “Feel the fear and do it anyway.” While that anthem usually applies to actions of more consequence, heck, it works for fashion also! Don’t be so afraid to make a wrong move that you end up with an entire closet full of black and grey or brown and beige.

I figured this was timely advice since spring trends seem to be all about color this year. Bright jeans, bright pants, color blocking, bright shoes, poppy prep, and playful punch- you name it! I have a pair of bright red pants hanging in …

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