I want to be your Personal Stylist

As we are starting a new season, of spring, there has never been a better time to change up your wardrobe. However a lot of women don't know where to start. Whether its a new job, a promotion or a night out, you need to look your best and be professional. If you are in need of a personal stylist I would love to assist you. What do you have to loose? You can sign up and get your first look book styled by me for free. Everything is tailored to your individual needs.

"Keaton Row just launched a new (and highly improved) Client Experience. There's never been a better time to take this fun style quiz, create your profile, and get your first complimentary Lookbook styled by me! Check out the experience at www.keatonrow.com/client-experience/overview, then sign up on my profile page at www.keatonrow.com/stylist/sydneymalain."

Here are some Keaton Row FAQ's straight from the source.

What is a Keaton Row Lookbook?It's a boutique curated exclusively for you. Your Stylist puts together 5-7 head-to-toe looks, plus two Express Boutiques targeting holes you see in your wardrobe (i.e. jeans, scarves). Each Lookbook contains notes from your Stylist explaining why she thinks these pieces are perfect for you. You can shop directly from your Lookbook(s) and wait for your boxes of joy to arrive.

Which retailers/brands are available in the Keaton Row catalog?

We partner with retailers that offer a range of price points and styles to meet the diverse needs of our clients – including plus size, petite, and maternity items. Our current roster includes but is not limited to: Piperlime, Shopbop and Trendseeder.

Q&A with Sydney Malain 


























I hope you enjoyed learning a little bit more about me and my Keaton Row career!
XOXOXO,
TheBackwardsOwl

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