Putting together a great outfit is definitely something that some people find easier than other people. If you want to take things to the next level and get paid? You’ll need to learn how to become a proper fashion stylist. Being a stylist is so much MUCH more than compiling clothes, and last time I checked (about 15 years ago) it’s not one of those professions that gets taught at GCSEs. So, what to do?

Well, Danielle Griffiths contacted us telling us that she was writing a handbook on this very subject. She’d been a customer of ours from years ago and she wanted to include us in the book. She then sent us a copy of the Fashion Stylist’s Handbook, and we LOVE it.

 

Danielle Griffiths

 

Becoming a stylist is definitely more than carting around clothes in a suitcase (although there’s a lot of that too). Danielle sets out the path for all aspirational fashion stylists in a clear, no-nonsense manual. How to go from offer to shoot, how to develop valuable relationships with PR companies (who will lend you their clients clobber), how to run your styling business and of course what to keep in your styling kit!

 

 

If you’re thinking about getting into styling, invest in this book. For under £20, you’ll learn so much that is expected from a stylist and have a handbook for things you’ll need to reference. Just for example, the different ways to knot a tie and converting dress sizes, who knew? You did.

 

 

You can pick up the book from this link here, if you’re serious about becoming a stylist. The rest is up to you!