What do you do when a client requests something that you believe is not suitable for him/her?
I look into what it is that they want and always go the extra mile to make what they want a reality. I dont believe anything is impossible. Not in fashion and definitely not in these times.
I tell him/her the truth and suggest something different.
Make a suggest
i let them know this is unflattering because of this but the decision is ultimately theirs .
I tell the client straight up if something doesn't suit them because one or more elements or principles of design is working against their body shape, size, proportions or whatever the case may be.
As international personal shopper and fashion consultant, my success belongs to possessing a transcultural mind focus on the refinement of the clients' style and elegance.
In the past I have tried to make it work, but it never did. So now I can only refuse or make another offer.
I find out what the client likes about the thing she requested. I find something more appropriate for her with that same feeling. It may take a while, and in the end, we find something that's appropriate, flattering, and fun.
Work it out! If there's a will there is a way!
I give my honest opinion and suggest alternatives but if the client doesn't agree, I will give him/her what they ask for to the best of my ability.
My main goal is always to please the client, whoever that is. However, if I don't think a certain request is possible or indeed the best option, I will speak up. After all, it's my domain and part of my job is to be honest. Whatever we decide, it's important we come to that decision together and I know the client has trust in me before I begin. That way, I'm confident in what I'm doing and I'm not just going off on a tangent!
Client request is a client request. But still. I won't compromise too much since I thought he/she hire me after saw my portfolio.. Soo.. I guess they already know what my style is. And.. If they want to pick their own clothes.. Style.. Etc, they don't need a stylist then. Am a stylist. Not wardrobe assistant.
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