May 6, 2014 7:50 AM Subscribe
Please tell me about your experience with a Nordstrom's shopper and if their services would be right for my situation.
posted by WeekendJen to Clothing, Beauty, & Fashion (15 answers total) 7 users marked this as a favorite
I have been saving up some money to throw at my wardrobe, but i realized i don't really have any personal style or really even know how to dress myself. I'm thinking of using Nordstrom's shopper service. Here are my problems:
1. I would like to keep this ordeal under a grand, looking for a few mix and match pieces of the "out to a nice dinner" fanciness level.
2. I'm small. I'm short and lightweight with small breasts and an slightly large behind in proportion to the rest of me. I'm about 5'1" and 105-107 lbs. I usually wear juniors clothing in the smallest size, but...
3. I'm 29 and need some more "classic" pieces with less trendiness. I want to look more "adult" and "put together" and don't know how to accomplish this myself.
4. I never really spent much on clothes or put that much thought into them. Dressing up i usually just wore a black skirt and a button down, but i'd like something more interesting and fun, but still within the guidelines of #3.
I've wished thath someone would just nominate me for "What Not To Wear" so I could have someone else help me with this for a while, but alas that hasn't happened. IT this something the shopper service would be a good application for? Is my budget too low (i looked at some other services for stores in King of Prussia Mall like Saks, but Nordstroms seemed to be the most "fancy but still on planet earth" level of affordability)?