I was in my early thirties, recently had a child, and had nothing to wear. I had no time shop, didn’t know what was in style, and therefore was intimidated to buy anything. I wanted to start building a wardrobe, not outfits off the mannequin that didn’t go with other pieces in my closet because I didn’t have the time or know where to shop anymore. A good friend introduced me to Liz and I started following her fabulous blog. Then, I mustered up the guts to have her into my closet. Hallelujah!
Liz is the consummate professional and one of my favorite things about Liz is that she values time as much as I do. She efficiently worked her way through my belongings, including bags, jewelry, coats, etc. Within the same day she sent me links to get started shopping on line. We spent one hour shopping together in great local stores and we got so much accomplished. I used to spend weeks trying to find all those pieces and bringing things home and then returning them. It was so worth the money to have Liz guide me through all the crap to find things that fit, looked fabulous and worked together with other items, and were in my budget. To save the best for last, once this initial shopping was completed, Liz came back to my closet and put all these outfits together for me, head to toe, on a typed up list that I keep in my closet and look at. Genius! Getting dressed for dummies.
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