Menswear styling course London

Learn how to style men and book your place on our Short Menswear Styling Course in London to expand your mens styling knowledge. Following the success of our original Stylist Masterclass one day course we are now offering for the first time ever a half day training in men’s styling to expand your styling service to the ever growing male clientele market.

The growth of the men’s fashion market is quickly catching up to that of womenswear. Men are taking more interest about dressing well and are taking ownership of their wardrobes. Help your male clients to improve their look and personal style by learning how to work with their look.

Fashion and styling has always been the domain of womenswear, while menswear has long been one of the neglected and more conservative areas. But for several years now, the growth of the men’s fashion market has outpaced that of womenswear. On the back of this increasing demand, brands and designers constantly expand their menswear lines.

This course is suitable for personal stylists, personal shoppers, fashion buyers and fashion designers who wish to understand what clothes suit which men, and why. It will teach you the styling concepts to help you confidently select, style and menswear for your clients.

The short course will include theoretical as well as hands on experience on real male clients – to put your learning into practice.

The Menswear stylist course content

  • How to successfully consult for a male client
  • How to assess your male clients’ personal style
  • Advising on body type and colour
  • Suiting and tailoring
  • Wardrobe edit and management
  • Personal shopping
  • Accessorising
  • Styling Men guide
  • Certificate on successful completion

The menswear personal stylist courses are held in West London, Fashion Suite Level 2, The Village, Shepherds Bush.

Menswear Styling Course Details

July 17th 2016

11:30am – 3:30pm

Cost: £250.00


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