Share your passion for fashion with the world, by becoming a fashion mentor!
We’ll teach you everything you need to know about becoming a personal shopper, stylist, and fashion blogger, so you can use your personal style tips to inspire others and take the fashion industry by storm!
Being successful in the fashion industry goes beyond having great personal style and being design-savvy – you have to know how to apply your passion and knowledge. Whether you aspire to be a successful stylist, personal shopper, merchandiser, or fashion blogger, we’ll build on your love of fashion by teaching you practical, marketable skills that you can translate into a fulfilling career doing what you love.
Give Makeovers and Style Tips
It’s great if you have a natural flair for fashion, but you can build an entire career around people who don’t! Being a personal shopper, stylist or shop assistant is like playing dress-up – you get to make your client look good and feel confident. We’ll turn you into a real style guru by teaching you how to assess body shapes and recommend appropriate proportions, how to use colour to enhance a client’s natural skin and hair tones, how to advise on personal grooming, skin and hair care, how to develop your client’s personal style, and how to make tactful recommendations.
We’ll also give you a crash course in retail fashion, so you can understand the customer decision process, consumer motivations, selling strategies, how to build relationships, and how to overcome challenges.
Learn How to Revamp Any Closet
Every personal shopper or stylist also needs to learn how to work with their client’s existing wardrobe and how to get glam on a budget. We’ll teach you how to revamp a closet by identifying basics and statement pieces, learning function vs. style, how to dress for specific occasions, and how to keep a client’s closet organized to ensure they can easily follow your expert advice.
Make Your Own Fashion Headlines
Fashion blogging is a valuable tool for anyone looking to make waves in the industry. You don’t have to be a full-time blogger to benefit from the exposure and connections – anyone who is passionate about style and wants a career in fashion should have a strong online presence. We’ll show you just why blogging is so important, how to get your blog up and running, teach you to create unique and compelling content, how to network, to transition your blog into a brand, and how you can make money from your blog.
No matter what path you choose to follow, we’ll be sure that you arrive in style - with practical training and hands-on experience that you can use to dazzle your clients. Invest in your own success and get started today!
- Profession of a Personal Shopper
- Planning Advice
- Fashion and Trends
- Communication and Protocol
- Career Guidance
- Understand consumer behaviour and excel in customer service
- Make your shop a magnet to customers
- Blogging 101
- Starting Out & Setting Up
- Content Creation
- Photography & Imagery
- Staying Social
- Networking & Events
- Working with Brands
- Monetising your Blog
- Building a Brand
- Growing as a Blogger
- The Fashion & Lifestyle Blogger Roundup
- The Ideal Closet
- Rebuilding Your Closet
- Size Matters
No previous experience or requirements necessary
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