Monthly Archives: November 2013

A huge chunk of change!

Well it’s finally happening.

After nearly a year of planning (whew), I am so very proud to announce big-time changes at the The Re-Stylist.

Many of my clients have reached a point in their lives where their old way of dressing just isn’t representing who they are anymore. They still feel connected to their likes and dislikes in terms of style, but want to evolve into a better, more grown-up version of that. Through trial and error, they have come to acknowledge and embrace what works for them and what doesn’t.

I have come to that point myself. Not in a style sense, but in a business sense. After operating as The Re-Stylist for two years, and helping so many incredible people along the way, I have decided it’s time for my business to have a makeover of its own.

And the first part of that makeover is a new name. Yep! We are changing from The Re-Stylist to:

Bryn Taylor Personal Style Management

 

Along with this, we have…

  • shiny new websiteI worked with a super creative team to bring you a gorgeous new site. It’s leaner, more functional, and just plain cooler-looking. Find us at bryntaylorstyle.com.
  • A video! (Well, technically two.) Catch a glimpse into the world of Bryn at work, starring actual clients. Get excited. You can preview the teaser video below, and find the full-length version on the new site.

  • A virtual stylingservice that anyone can benefit from. This is perfect for people who want wardrobe help but don’t live in my service areas. Alternatively, it’s an ideal get-to-know-me option if you want to test the waters before diving into in-person help.
  • Newsletter-only style tips. You will still be able to access old blog posts on this site, but going forward, I will be sharing my style tips exclusively through my newsletter. So be sure to sign up (if you’re already on my current list, there’s no need to sign up again), and forward to any friends who might be interested.

A huge thanks to my readers, clients, co-workers, and friends. I feel all grown-up.

photo and video by Ashley Batz