How to Transition From In-Person Styling to Virtual Styling

I was probably five years into my business when I had a vision, and it was a vision I didn’t love.

I pictured myself as a 40-something in Los Angeles running around the Beverly Center (a mall here in LA), carrying a TON of shopping bags for my clients, and I was freaking EXHAUSTED.


What was once a dream (shopping for a living) was now my nightmare.

At the time, I had a massive waitlist for my styling services, but the idea of spending the rest of my days serving clients in that way was NOT appealing to me anymore.

I wanted ease.

I wanted options.

I wanted to be able to serve MORE clients without exerting more energy.

And then I had a crazy idea 💡

What if I styled my clients digitally through virtual services, ebooks, and online courses.

People thought I was crazy, and I probably was, but the thing about me is when I get an idea, I just can’t let it go.

So I started building.

It took a LOT of trial and error, but in the end, it worked! I’m 41 years old, and it’s been YEARS since I’ve physically shopped for a client 🙌🏽

Due to the success of my online business, personal stylists and aspiring personal stylists were knocking down my door, BEGGING me to teach them my online ways.

None of them liked my advice:

You must first MASTER the art and business of in-person styling before translating it into an online experience.

While the internet seems like a magical place where all your dreams will come true, I can tell you from firsthand experience that it’s rough out there in those online streets.

Dreams CAN come true, but you have to be willing to build the proper foundation and then educate yourself in the arena of online marketing.

The good news? I teach you exactly how to set up that foundation inside Style Boss Academy™.

Style Boss Academy™ opens for registration on May 12th, and trust me; you do NOT want to miss this intake – the next one won’t happen until the end of 2022.

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