The Mummy Make-Over
SIMPLIFY every day dressing and spend less time thinking about "What to wear??"
CREATE a wardrobe that works with your lifestyle and budget, that is stylish and fun giving an instantly more polished look
INCREASED BODY CONFIDENCE - enabling you to dress more confidently
WEARABLE clothes which compliment body-shape and colouring
MORE TIME to spend on other things - as the stress around shopping has been reduced and getting ready in the morning/for events is simplified
GET YOUR "MOJO" BACK!
A virtual or in person wardrobe analysis/edit
Body-shape and colouring tutorial
Online/in person personal shopping
Hair and make-up suggestions
Follow up consultation
I'd always had lots of clients who were new mothers - they were some of my favourite clients, as I genuinely felt like I'd helped them after our time together. However, until I was one myself, I'd never really appreciated the complexities of getting dressed with a baby in tow! I remember editing a clients' wardrobe many years ago, she had about ten long grey cardigans with a few tops to layer underneath. At the time, I remember thinking how depressing it was to have a "uniform" of dreary items to put on without a thought about what you actually looked like.
Fast forward 10 years or so, and I was having my own post baby dressing "crisis" about 4 months after having my son. Only after having a baby did I realise how tough it actually was juggling sleepless nights and literally not having one second for yourself, that I looked in the mirror one day and realised I too could easily start wearing long grey cardigans and vest tops - as when you're exhausted, you just want easy options!
However, it's a slippery slope. When you're tired, your body's changed, when you're basically feeling a bit rubbish and you don't recognise the person staring back at you in the mirror... you actually need some fun (but easy) items to put on, to make you feel better. Life can be dull enough without wearing long cover-up tops every day. Now, at the beginning - of course that's all most people can manage (including me), but after a few months and you're hopefully getting back into the swing of things it's time to emerge from the elasticated trouser and cover-up top "fog" and buy a few new items (I still have some elasticated trousers btw!).
Hiring a personal shopper can be a great idea as you've not got hours to trawl around the shops - you need to be in and out and most importantly get results!
Prices from £300.