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Fashion Consulting first stage go ahead - Virgle Kent - 01-25-2012 11:19 PM

Hey guys,

I worked out the concept and the business structure I wanted to go with and feel confident that I have a model of how I would run this venture. Right now I'm going through the testing phase to see if my venues and thoughts about being a fashion consultant will work and at the same time be able to address client needs.

So right now I'd like to offer my fashion consulting service to five people over the up coming weeks for free. It's pretty simple if you'd be interested in personally learning about suit game, improving your existing wardrobe, or simply learn how to become an efficient shopper directly message me. I will respond with a few questions to better figure out exactly what you're looking for in our meeting/ outing. All I would ask in return is honest feed back of your experience.

First five again it's totally free and I'm looking at an 1.5 to 2 hours per session. So if this is something that would interest you then go ahead and direct message me.

VK


RE: Fashion Consulting first stage go ahead - thegmanifesto - 01-26-2012 12:18 AM

Cool idea.

Some of you cats should jump on this (so to speak).


RE: Fashion Consulting first stage go ahead - Virgle Kent - 01-26-2012 06:49 AM

Also I'm sorry for any confusion, this is intended for people forum members who live in the DC, NOVA area.... In person on hands training, tons of advice you can find online


RE: Fashion Consulting first stage go ahead - WanderingSoul - 01-26-2012 04:09 PM

Hey VK, can you recommend any good articles/websites on fashion for people just getting into it for those of who who do not live in the DC area? Thanks man.


RE: Fashion Consulting first stage go ahead - Caligula - 01-26-2012 04:37 PM

Then build yourself a stable of female stylists and pimp them out to give fashion advice. Keep most of the money yourself.


RE: Fashion Consulting first stage go ahead - Katatonic - 01-22-2013 05:31 PM

Have any of you had experience with a fashion/style consultant? I can't remember where I read it on this forum, but some members were adamant in staying away from female and queer consultants. I'm finally looking to spend a good amount of money on a wardrobe($5k+) and want the best possible advice I can get since I have zero fashion sense.


RE: Fashion Consulting first stage go ahead - bojangles - 01-22-2013 05:37 PM

(01-22-2013 05:31 PM)Katatonic Wrote:  Have any of you had experience with a fashion/style consultant? I can't remember where I read it on this forum, but some members were adamant in staying away from female and queer consultants. I'm finally looking to spend a good amount of money on a wardrobe($5k+) and want the best possible advice I can get since I have zero fashion sense.

message Tanner from masculine style, or contact gmanifesto because your budget is pinging