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Liz Teich is a fashion stylist and style expert living in New York City.

Liz got her start in the industry nearly two decades ago, working for a popular clothing line called Chaiken, and then as an art director for brands like Maybelline, where her favorite part of the job was working with stylists to tell a story and mood through the wardrobe. It was a natural evolution for her to take her well-rounded background to style for brands on her own.

In the past decade Liz has been styling wardrobe and home goods for brands including including Marshalls, TJMaxx, Target, Lands’ End and Lane Bryant and has styled advertising digital and print campaigns for brands like CVS, Netflix, Alex & Ani, Panera, and Orbit Gum, as well as for various magazines like Accessories Magazine, Metropolitan Magazine and Marie Claire and celebrities such as Mike Tyson, plus size fashion model Denise Bidot and the cast of Stranger Things.

Liz has also styled numerous style and makeover segments for TV shows including Good Morning America’s “Ambush Makeover.” Since then she’s appeared as a style & lifestyle expert on TV, including on Fox Good Day New York, as well as featured in AM New York, Women’s Health, Big City Moms, Huffington Post Style, InStyle and Glamour Magazine.

After styling bloggers for the TJMaxx “Maxxinista” campaign, it led her to launch her own blog and brand called The New York Stylist where she aims to help others to live stylishly, covering fashion, motherhood / family, fitness, travel, beauty, home decor and of course all things New York. Through her site, she has partnered with major brands including Rent The Runway, M.M. LaFleur, Aveda, Cybex, and Pampers to share some of her favorite products, services and styles. Additionally, she has been featured in campaigns for brands like Magaschoni, Rent The Runway and White House Black Market.

Since becoming a mom to her son Asher 2 years ago, Liz received many inquiries from moms around the country asking for help with their wardrobe. This led her to expand her business by incorporating personal styling to guide other moms learn how to dress for their new bodies and lifestyle and working with much of what they already have and a focused approached to filling in what they may be missing.

Through her popular service “The Closet Cleanse”—whether in someone’s home or virtually—Liz has helped women achieve a well edited closet and clients telling her they’re saving money in the long run thanks to her expertise. One client remarked, “She really helped transform and declutter my post baby wardrobe. She’s like the gift that keeps on giving.”

 

You can find Liz on Instagram at @thenewyorkstylist 

Click here if you want to read more fun facts about Liz.

For even more about Liz and what she does as a stylist, along with her client list, check out her styling portfolio.

If you would like to work together and want to see other examples of collaborations and statistics, you can find it all here at Fohr Card.

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DISCLOSURE:

The New York Stylist is a personal blog edited and unless otherwise noted, written by me. As a fashion stylist and industry expert, I take pride in sharing my knowledge and finds, as well as giving my honest opinion and assessment of all the products/experiences that are submitted to me to review.

Sponsorship / Advertising / Compensation
TNYS is always open to sponsorships with people or companies whom will be of interest to both the site, as well as its readers. Financial compensation is only accepted via sponsorship. TNYS will not accept cash payment for posts or reviews, but does accept products to review on a case by case basis. Any affiliate links on this site are how I keep this going so please keep in mind when purchasing (thanks!). Compensation received will never influence the content, topics or posts made in this blog. I will only endorse companies, products and services that I believe, based on my own experiences, are worthy of endorsement. Feel free to contact me to chat about how we may be able to collaborate.

Product Reviews
Product reviews are a great way for me to try out a new product/experience and introduce it to my readers. It’s very important for me to stay true to my own personal style and taste, so all reviews are expressed honestly, otherwise TBS reserves the right to opt out of publishing a review if I do not feel that I can be fair about my opinion. Anything sent to me to review will have a “c/o” next to it stating it was a “courtesy of” item. If you or your company would like to send any products for review to TNYS, please email me and I will be happy to speak with you.

Giveaways
Giveaways are a wonderful way to get my readers excited about a product/service! TNYS will review each product giveaway on a case by case basis.

Privacy Policy / Copyright
TNYS will never give or sell anyone’s contact information inputted into this blog. Anything posted on this site is copyrighted by TNYS, unless credited to another source, and should be linked back and credited to this site if re-posted.

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Thanks for checking out The New York Stylist! My site, just like the industry of blogging, is ever-evolving and these terms are subject to change. I look forward to having you back and hearing your opinion.

xoLiz / The New York Stylist

3 comments:

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  • Talking-Style

    Hi Liz: I recently came across your blog, Emily Kammeyer commented on one of my IG photos so I was looking at her blog and she mentioned you. I am an image consultant in addition I recently launched my blog in April last year. I just watched your video “Quarterlette Style Stories(1)” it was great. I love the styling tips your recommended. I have been working for years with my clients and I know what is involved so I admire your comments and skill. Yours in Style, Denise http://www.talking-style.com

  • Ali

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