Transcript for Companies Offer Personal Stylists for the Holidays
Reporter: From sofia vergara's red carpet perfection, to emma stone's glamour, these celebs have a secret weapon to achieve that look. A stylist. And now, you, too, could get fashionable looks with a stylist for a fraction of the price. From $75 to $300 an hour, new companies are offering real woman a chance of having their own stylist, without busting their bank account. Take somebody who doesn't have confidence and give them all of the confidence in the world. It's extremely rewarding. Reporter: Allison runs style made simple, and works with clients on all sorts of budgets. She connected liz with samantha. I have the same top in five colors. It wasn't representative of what I wanted to look like. I was essentially wearing the same thing every day. Reporter: Their first order of business, a major closet overhaul. How many of her clothes did you get rid of? We probably purged about 20% of her wardrobe. Reporter: Then, comes the fun part, shopping. Today, they are browsing elizabeth charles for a few pieces. Things liz would never pick for herself. I feel like this bright blue would be flattering. I feel like the theme less is more when it comes to clothes. Fewer clothes but clothes that work together. Yes. And clothes that fit. You would be surprised how many people own ten sizes. And none of them are the right size. Reporter: Samantha has a few suggestions. Buy two of your favorite jeans or pants. Have one for heels. One for flats. And look thinner by accentuating the smallest part of your body. And befriend a good tailor. Fit is everything. I like the back. The back looks great. I like the panels on the shoulders, also. Reporter: Investing in her own stylist has given liz more confidence. She looks great. And what's more, she's gained a bff. For "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new york. I'm back. And another perk, the stylists will have the clothes picked out for you. You don't have to dig through the racks. You might notice you save money in the long run because you're buying fewer pieces but pieces that actually work together. Elizabeth and lara, some of us need more help than others. I need a lot because I have no fashion sense.
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