In the Know {Affordable Personal Shopping}

Many people think that hiring a personal shopper/stylist is a luxury that most can’t afford.  They couldn’t be more wrong and I am going to explain in this post how anyone and everyone can afford a personal shopper!

My entire business was formed strictly as personal shopping and styling a little over 3 years ago.  During the first few months I was booking a broad range of clients; from business men, stay at home moms, people looking to get back into the dating scene, and others just looking to revamp their current wardrobe.  All of these people had completely different needs and different budgets and we made it work for them.  Not everyone is going to have the same budget to shop at Neiman Marcus and not everyone will want to shop at H&M or Target either.  But you can have the best of both worlds and have the luxury of hiring someone to help.

Having a new wardrobe and feeling confident in what actually fits correctly is a huge ego boost.  The majority of the people out there are wearing clothing that is either too old, word, or too small or big which is not flattering.  The crazy thing is, most people know this! But they think they have absolutely no extra income to put towards a few new looks.

They key in purchasing a new wardrobe is BASICS.  You can go a long way with basics and they aren’t super expensive.  I take some of my clients to Target, H&M and Forever 21 to get most of their basics – Black blazer, dark jeans, t-shirts and tanks; even shoes.  H&M sells basic shirts for $5.95; they last forever and look great with everything.  Again, most people don’t know about how inexpensive it is to get a new wardrobe.

Most of my recent clients have been on a strict budget; only wanting to spend $200-$300 on new clothes.  Quite a few people would think that’s crazy and that you can’t possibly get a new wardrobe on such a low budget. But you would be surprised!  I work my magic and get my clients at least 10 outfit options with $200-$300.  Of course, my fee varies depending on how many locations and how long this will take, but the majority of the time anyone could afford it.

So, if you are one of those folks who is tired of looking at the same ole’ stuff in your closet or just have nothing to wear; shoot me an email and we can talk wardrobe! 🙂


  1. Dorian Rinehart
    January 26, 2016 / 7:36 pm

    Hi Ashley,

    I want to spend some money, perhaps as much as $2,000, and have 2 weeks of work outfits, that look professional and feel comfortable. I also want one of those outfits to look great at my daughter’s wedding on 13 FEB 16.

    What d you think?

    I’m a size 16/18 (recently gained up from 14/16, so I’m having to buy all new clothes).

    I’ve just moved back from Germany, where I’ve lived for over 6 years, so I have NO idea where to shop.

    I work in Killeen during the week and hang out in Oak Hill on the weekends.



    • Ashley
      January 27, 2016 / 3:36 am

      Can you please email me – I also live in Austin, so you’re a little far from me.

  2. LadyBasquiat
    December 6, 2016 / 1:52 am

    Thanks for another amazing post! You are consistently one of my favorite blogs! #fab If you guys are ever in NYC look up Sam Brown. She’s the queen of #SLAY!

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