Life is ever-changing, so why should your wardrobe stay the same?
Perhaps you’ve experienced a personal transition—changed careers, lost weight, or hit a birthday milestone. Maybe you’re wondering how to dress appropriately for your age and body. Maybe you want to wow at a high-school reunion or other special event.
Whether you’re looking to overhaul your wardrobe or add just a few special pieces, call Diane’s Shopping Bag. As a personal shopper, I help you:
- Embrace Your Unique Style: Style is the outward expression of your unique personality. It’s about having the colors, fabrics, sizes, and accessories that fit your lifestyle and flatter your body and mind. I help my clients identify and develop their sense of style by asking all the right questions and serving as a second set of eyes.
- Create a Versatile Wardrobe: Instead of a closetful of separate items and a jewelry box of mismatched accessories, I help you coordinate outfits that will make you look and feel up-to-date and pulled together—without looking too trendy. I can help you mix and match to maximize your wardrobe, and find new ways to wear old favorites.
- Save Time and Money: You can shop alongside me, or let me bring the store to you. Either way, you’ll save time and money with Diane’s Shopping Bag. I’m here to research, comparison shop, and comb the sales racks to help you stretch your shopping dollar. You’ll spend wisely on those pieces that will last—both in style and construction. And you’ll avoid wasting your precious time returning those dreaded “buyer’s remorse” purchases.
How can I help you? Call or email for a complimentary consultation!
“It was unreal how quickly Diane picked up on my style preferences. After a brief interview, we went to Macy’s. Within minutes, she was grabbing items from various parts of the store and matching them into coordinated outfits that totally fit my style. I’ve never had a more fun, successful shopping trip. Every time I walk out the door wearing one of my new outfits, I feel completely confident about how I look.” — Sheila, Portland, OR