Hi there, my name is Lanie Beth. Most folks call me LB, but a tall guy calls me Wife, two baby girls call me Momma, and astonishingly enough, my Savior calls me forgiven. I’m an Atlanta stylist, and I love encouraging others to be comfortable in their own skin. One of my favorite ways to do so is by helping people with their wardrobe. I thrive when I’m teaching others how to dress in a way that communicates just how amazing they are to the rest of the world.
If you have any questions or just want to say “Hi,” feel free to call me (678) 577-1157 or email me email@example.com.
Let’s chat about where you are at with your clothing. Do you struggle with outfit composition? Knowing where to shop? Navigating a weight loss/gain? We’ll talk about everything that you want to accomplish with your clothing. I will need you to be honest with me and in turn, I promise to show you the same respect by being honest but never brutal.
Ever wished that someone could hold your hand while you comb though each piece in your wardrobe helping you answer whether to toss it or make it work? Through our editing process we will work together to make your closet function the best way for your lifestyle. With pieces you love, we will make new combinations enabling you to have, on average, 8-12 additional outfits without purchasing anything.
After we complete a Wardrobe Refresh, I love to provide a list of items that you can have on hand to buy during your next shopping trip. This list will be a guide to help you fill in any gaps within your current wardrobe. For instance, an updated jean jacket or a great necklace can take an outfit from bland to sensational. Plus the list allows you to try trends without spending a fortune doing so.
Personal shopping can be combined with a Wardrobe Refresh or used as an individual service. I love guiding clients through a positive shopping experience where I teach them style principles based on their body. On a typical appointment, I will pre-shop to maximize our time together by pulling items that point you in the direction of your style goals while respecting your comfort zone.
I love style. All kinds. And I think that our style actually says a lot about our personality as well as how we view ourselves. On the same hand, I believe speaking things aloud is a vital practice. Fashion can definitely bring out the insecurities and vanity deep within us. Here’s a few statements that I use to keep myself grounded. Thought you might want to get in on this practice as well, you stylish and grateful girl, you.