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Many people have habits and patterns when shopping, like trying on things that don't suit but being unable to work out why.

How often have you walked into a changing room with an armful of clothes feeling positive and come out feeling low and deflated? In minutes of trying on clothes all the negatives about your body have been confirmed and nothing looks good. All you want is to have the ability to look and feel good on every occasion.

Well, let Stylebug help you to achieve this!

It takes real talent to select the styles and colours that will suit each individual. Skin tone, hair colour, your body shape, all have to be taken into account, and sometimes it takes the trained eye of a stylist to know just what will work.

If you hate shopping leave it to Stylebug...we will do all the ground work, researching and organising a shopping route tailored to you. This will save you valuable time and energy, and you'll shop with the knowledge that you will go home with clothes that you will love to wear!

So why not let Stylebug come shopping with you?

When you book a personal shopping session with Stylebug, we'll help you get that "great outfit" feeling every time you get dressed.

Hourly Sessions

Sometimes you just don't have a full day (or even a half day) to devote to shopping. Our 2 hour rate option allows you to squeeze us into your lunch break or after work, so if you're big on style but short on time, you'll still be able to fit us in.
The experience was better than I had even imagined it would be - the time flew by and I bought so many items of clothing and 2 pairs of shoes! It was perfect - just what I needed as I have hardly bought a thing in over a year, so the wardrobe was desperately lacking. Lisa was wonderful - really amazing. I had a lot of fun with her and she very quickly worked out what would suit me and also how far she could get me out of my comfort zone yet still happy! I get comments every day on my new wardrobe (mostly work clothes).  
  Carla Blanchi, London