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If you thought stylists were only for millionaires and celebrities, think again.
These days, people of all genders, ages and bank balances are enlisting the help of the shopping professionals to help them build a wardrobe that works for them.
Natasha Crowley is one of the best in the business; when she’s not styling looks for magazines, TV shows and fashion shoots, she’s helping stressed-out shoppers to create new season looks that make them feel like a million dollars.
The best bit? She’s available to you, free of charge, right here in Cork on Opera Lane.
If you still need a little push to book your session, here are five reasons why it’s a very good idea:
1. It’s fast
Whether it’s a wedding outfit or new wardrobe for the office, working with a stylist takes the guesswork out of putting a look together. No more wandering the aisles, getting distracted by sparkly handbags; with a pro in tow, your eyes are always firmly on the prize.
2. It’s fun
The role of the stylist is to find the pieces that fit your own personal style, whether that’s super conservative, earth mama or rock chick. However, if you fancy a bit of an update, it’s brilliant to have a fashionista fairy godmother to deliver some new options you may never have considered.
3. It’s budget controlled
Many people mistakenly believe that shopping with a stylist is expensive. In fact, booking a styling session with Natasha on Opera Lane is completely free and there’s absolutely no obligation to buy anything.
4. It could save you money
If you have a specific budget in mind for an event outfit, a seasoned stylist will show you exactly how to put it together without breaking the bank.
5. It’s educational
Always wondering how you missed those gorgeous knits in Topshop, or why your mates always manage to nab out the perfect accessory in River Island? Chances are they know where to look. A stylist will show you exactly what parts of each store to make a beeline for in future.
To book a one-hour Express Service with Natasha Crowley on Opera Lane, visit the website.