How to Build a Personal Stylist’s Kit: What to take with you to client sessions
Being a stylist is all fun and games until you book your first client session and show up without the necessary tools.
Yep - there are tools of this trade! And today I’m giving you an insider’s look into MY styling kit and what I use in real life work with clients.
Ready? Watch the video cast to get all the juicy details and then use the below items as your own checklist!
Items you need:
Bag to carry it all
laptop / phone (for note taking)
sewing kit + tailoring tags
wardrobe rack + carrying case
vinyl window shade
business cards + pens
Nice to have items:
rack dividers + dry erase markers
belt hole puncher
paper bags (4)
Manhattan Wardrobe Supply - clips / clamps + lots of other things like hangers and rack dividers: https://www.wardrobesupplies.com/
tape measure: https://www.amazon.com/Measure-Measuring-Sewing-Measurements-Retractable/dp/B071XGLB1S/ref=sxin_3_ac_d_pm?keywords=tape+measure&pd_rd_i=B071XGLB1S&pd_rd_r=d82a149e-debc-42a5-8480-dd487c3a6c04&pd_rd_w=m4TFN&pd_rd_wg=kf5CZ&pf_rd_p=be5d8dec-444e-4770-91df-1e16a8c46da8&pf_rd_r=EAHG23WTV5XHMTX9D7PW&qid=1562867198&s=gateway
Sydney Lester is a personal stylist and business coach helping personal stylists go from hobby to full time. Connect with Sydney below for more style + biz tips:
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