3 Metro Detroit Styling Services to Enlist This Season

Shopping is stressful and time-consuming. These stylists from local services Do It For You.
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Sustainability-focused Asteya offers wardrobe consultations, during which stylists — instead of buying new clothing, which supports mass-clothing production that damages the environment— assess the client’s wardrobe, teach the client what works for their body and lifestyle, and how to create new outfits from existing pieces. The company also offers a sustainable shopping option more similar to traditional personal shopping, except stylists purchase only from brands that use eco-friendly fabrics and production methods. asteya.co

Personal Stylist at Somerset Collection

This complimentary service, which the luxury shopping center rolled out this past May, offers assistance in shopping for oneself, as well as in personal and corporate gift buying. Each client at the Style Suite is asked to fill out a questionnaire detailing the type of items they’re looking for, and one of the service’s three stylists hand-picks products from Somerset’s more than 180 stores. Somerset Collection, 2800 W. Big Beaver Rd., Troy; 248-643-6360; thesomersetcollection.com

Dress LP

Blogger, custom clothier, and owner of personal styling service Dress LP Lena Porter is a certified personal stylist of 10 years who has worked as a celebrity stylist for People magazine and as a wardrobe stylist for HGTV. Metro Detroit-based Dress LP offers three services: Closet Detox, which helps clients clear out pieces that aren’t working anymore and create a plan to fill in the gaps; Personal Shopping, which executes said plan; and Complete Restyle, which combines the first two. dresslp.com