Instastyle – Reality (NOT Reality TV)

Instastyle – Reality (NOT Reality TV)

October 1, 2012

1 – One of my favorite places to shop for props for a home, Ikea

2 – My car was filled to the brim with shopping bags…and that was only day one of three of prepping both wardrobe and props. 

3 – In action at some of the most beautiful homes that I had fun creating scenes in.

4 – Flowers for propping take over my car. (Natural air freshener!)

When most people think of a stylist, they now associate it with the glamorous life of Rachel Zoe. In her reality TV series, The Rachel Zoe Project, she had an entire closet of wardrobe to work with for her clients each season and the biggest stress she encountered was finding the perfect dress for a client for the Oscars.

In reality—not reality TV—us stylists can wear multiple hats. While I have worked with and enjoy styling celebs, the bulk of my work is so much more than that. Each day can be totally different from the next, but when I work on a big advertising job like I did this past week for Keurig (aka, coffee “K-Cups”), there is more craziness to my life than Zoe dealing with Taylor fighting with Brad (you just have to watch the show).

From four wardrobe racks of clothing and a car-full of props, I created scenes for every season and occasion for people drinking coffee.

And no, I don’t have a closet of wardrobe and props in my apartment.


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