Here are some frequently asked questions!
Q. Can I gift your services for my Husband/Boyfriend/Partner?
Girlfriends, wives, partners often come to me with the best intentions in hiring me for their partner, but you have to consider why this might be a bad idea.
Imagine your partner gifting you a “surprise Personal Trainer and Nutritionist” so you can get into shape.
Now imagine you have no desire to completely rehaul your diet/exercise routine.
Doesn’t feel too great, right?
Past clients who were gifted my services all had something in common: they were all men who had a strong, honest desire to up their style themselves.
Their partners didn’t surprise them with the idea, rather, they were simply helping them find a great stylist for something they already wanted.
Believe me, I would love your money. And I’m worth every penny! But even with my decades of expertise, I cannot make someone look good who has no desire to change.
So my recommendation to all those looking to gift my services: please ask your gift receiver if this is something they would be interested in.
If they say yes, awesome! Have him apply here.
If they say no, don’t be offended. They’ve saved you money and future frustration. Use the money to book a nice vacation together. I highly recommend Tulum.
Q. How much do your services cost?
I work with clients in several different ways, from self-guided courses to private 1-on-1 styling packages. Please visit my course and styling service pages for more info and prices.
Q. Do you style women?
I do not!
However, my friend Cass does! She has a very similar style philosophy as I do and even better taste. She is the only stylist for women that I recommend. So message her and tell her I sent you!
Q. Do you style trans men and non-binary clients with masculine styles?
I’ve had several trans and non-binary clients and successfully transformed their wardrobes and style.
I’m very familiar with the challenges that come along with trans bodies (wider hips, pre and post-op top/bottom surgery, grooming challenges due to hormone therapy.)
You can apply directly here. Just let me know you identify as trans or non-binary!
Q. You should stop cursing. It’s really unprofessional.
First, that’s not a question. It’s unprofessional to not follow rules and submit a comment in my question box.
Second, I like working with clients who are cool to hang out with. And the people I hang out with sometimes curse. So consider the few instances of cursing on this site a way of filtering out the wrong clients.
Superbad has 187 more instances of the word fuck being dropped than this website and it’s a hilarious movie. I highly recommend you spend your free time watching that and not policing people’s language.