How to Transition From In-Person Styling to Virtual Styling

I am excited to talk about transitioning from in-person to virtual styling. It’s a question that I get asked all the time. Trust me, it’s not easy, but it’s doable. In this blog post, I will share some of the steps I took to make this transition and how you can do it too.

When I started my personal styling career, shopping for clients was exciting and fun. But as years passed, I realized I couldn’t do it forever. So I started to make the transition from in-person styling to virtual styling. It was a challenge, but I was able to find ways to make it work.

The first step to transitioning is to master in-person styling. Yes, you read that right! You have to start with the basics before moving on to virtual styling. My top-performing virtual styling programs, Personal Style University and Style Confidence Collective are based on the blueprint I created through in-person styling. So it’s important to master this first before anything else.

The second step is dismantling the in-person experience and considering how to make it a virtual experience. For example, in your in-person styling sessions, you might have tea and cookies with your client while asking them questions about their style. How do you translate this into a virtual experience? One way is to do a Zoom consultation and send your client a personalized box of cookies and tea to enjoy during the session. It’s a little thing, but it can make all the difference in creating a fun and engaging experience.

The key is to get creative and think outside the box. Every step of the in-person experience can be translated into a virtual experience. You have to get in there with your little stylus toolkit and think about each step in detail. You must create new processes, graphics, and scripts to make it work.

Transitioning from in-person styling to virtual styling isn’t an overnight success. It requires a lot of trial and error, testing, and patience. But with determination and creativity, it can be done. I hope this blog post has inspired you to start thinking about how you can make this transition in your personal styling business.

Thank you for reading! Don’t forget to check out my YouTube channel for more styling tips and tricks.


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