|Personal style icon #1- Audrey Hepburn|
|style icon #2- Kate Bosworth|
|style icon #3- Kelly Framel (aka the Glamourai)|
|personal profile on Keaton Row- styling my night-out looks|
|styling a client's look based on her request|
Hello everyone, I hope you are all doing well! How is it that the month of October is already here? More importantly, how did I miss the entire fashion week cycle? Yesterday was the last day of Paris Fashion Week! Actually, I've kept up with most of the shows, and will be sharing my thoughts soon. That said, going forward, I'll be realistically blogging once per week on Wednesdays. Follow me on Facebook so you don't miss any bonus posts or important updates!
Now, in case you're wondering what's been occupying my time? In addition to my normal work schedule, and giving my blog a facelift (you like?), I've been styling for an innovative online styling site. Are stylists just for celebrities? Not according to Keaton Row (yeah baby!). KeatonRow.com is an online service that links stylists with consumers in need of sartorial help. They don’t charge customers for styling services (yes, free!). Rather, clients pay only for the items they buy at prices identical to retail. Participating retailers such as Nordstrom and Shopbop.com foot the styling bill, because stores can presumably sell more with the help of a stylist.
If you want to get styled by me, from anywhere in the U.S, here's how it works:
Step 1: Click on Get Styled By Me on my blog's right sidebar
Step 2: Create a 100% complete profile. Share as much detail as possible when you request a lookbook, to avoid the back-and-forth clarifications.
Step 3: Get a customized lookbook from me within 3 days
Step 4: Buy what you love. Return what you don't want. No obligations.
First, there were blog platforms (Blogger, Tumblr, WordPress...) allowing any fashion lover to play the editor/model role, then there was Moda Operandi encouraging the elite shopper to play the runway front-row influencer/buyer role, and now Keaton Row offering the average consumer their own personal stylist. There was also Farfetch, an online luxury marketplace providing e-commerce capabilities to the established brick-and-mortar boutiques. What an exciting time for fashion/retail! The digital platforms for fashion these days are just endless, and I'm learning and loving it all! Next week, I'll be sharing more of what I learnt--Tips on how to monetize your blog. Stay tuned...