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Your wardrobe is an extremely powerful tool that speaks to the world before you have even said a word.


 

HI I’M CAITLIN. 

I have been pounding the pavements of Sydney’s shopping centres as a Personal Stylist for well over 16 years and now consider myself one of the major players in the personal styling arena in Australia. 

 

I initially wanted to be a Fashion Designer but was told by a teacher at a prominent design college that my sketches looked like drawings of “Bert and Ernie” from Sesame Street and I should consider another career. So I packed up my pencil case and decided to try my hand as a Fashion Stylist.

 

I was attracted to the glamour of fashion styling, which afforded me the opportunity to work with some of Australia’s influential fashion magazines, but after a trip to Milan, Italy to train as a Personal Stylist I became obsessed with making this my career.

 

I never really fit in within the fashion industry. I just wasn’t “cool enough”. However, I soon discovered I was so darn good at working with individual clients on their personal styling briefs that I took the massive leap to pursue styling as a fulltime occupation.

 

Today as a Sydney Personal Stylist I offer a range of personal styling and personal branding services to individuals and companies which extend Australia wide. This includes individual style consultations, the classic colour consultation and wardrobe makeover sessions. My aim as a Stylist and Image Consultant is to equip my clients with the tools to be the best, most authentic version of themselves.

 

For the past 10 years I have also worked as a Wardrobe Stylist for major television networks across news and lifestyle, as a senior educator at one of Sydney’s leading fashion colleges and collaborated on countless events with companies across retail and professional services.

 

If you don’t mind indulging my written story you can read more about my background and experience below. I am so proud of everything that I have achieved, which reflects across my array of services.