Fashion Stylist Training 2018

Do you want to train to be a Personal Stylist? 

If you have a flare for fashion, are great with people, and love shopping then this is the career for you!

Our course is focused on fashion & personal styling, with step by step training on how to conduct wardrobe consultations, shopping session and styling consultations, as well as the business basics to get going with your styling career. 

It’s a really FUN course that is taught from all our experience running Australia’s most popular Personal Styling agency!

Hands-on, face-to-face training with two well-established and experienced trainers, who genuinely equip you with the tools and skills to style someone successfull.  You have directly access to Rachel Worden, Founder of Ruby Slippers & Wendy Mak (the Godmother of Stylists!) for all the questions you might have, with the benefit of immediate, practical feedback, and we’ll show you exactly how each service is conducted – including the little things that make all the difference to offering a great service.
After the course you will still be able call on our support and access our Facebook group for full support and continuing advice from Rachel and Wendy…as well as 100’s of other like-minded stylists across the globe!

We pioneered and developed this training in Australia over a decade ago and have successfully trained countless students, who have gone on to establish thriving businesses as fashion stylists. We are proud of the fact that we were the first and foremost to create and develop personal styling training for the industry. It’s this experience that has seen so many of our students become successful stylists in their own right, and is why we are the market leaders in this area. 

On completion of the 3-day face to face course you will receive a Certificate of Attainment & Completion in Fashion Stylist Training.
DATES announced for Sydney and Auckland.
More information can be found on our Fashion Stylist Training page.
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