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5 Personal Shoppers to Upgrade Your Wardrobe

BY Nadine Jolie Courtney | September 12, 2016 | Feature Features

In a style-conscious city where the right outfit can make or break you, finding a trusted expert to take your wardrobe to the next level isn't indulgent: It's an investment. Here, we rack up L.A.'s top five personal shoppers and stylists.
When not with clients, Alison Deyette can be seen on shows like "Good Morning America" and "Access Hollywood" giving style tips.

1. Amy Berlin
A fashion-industry veteran, Berlin spent years as a stylist and fashion editor, and continues to style the covers for Shape magazine. Her L.A.-based services include shopping both for and with clients; editing closets; and sourcing jewelry, shoes and bags. From $250 per hour, 917.847.3073

2. Alison Deyette
Nicknamed, “The Fixer,” Deyette aims to teach clients that fashion can be fun and empowering. Services include everything from full wardrobe overhauls to redcarpet styling to seasonal tweaks. From $150 per hour

3. Kimmy Erin Kertes
After stints at magazines, Kertes has moved to the world of image consulting and red-carpet styling. Celebrity clients include Sarah Hyland, but she also specializes in wardrobe once-overs, mixing new pieces with old to make closets feel fresh. From $125 per hour

4. Laurie Brucker
Brucker—working as LaurieBstyle—prides herself on finding the best looks for women of all shapes and sizes. Services include personal shopping, closet revamps and style assessments; and she champions a “people first, style second” philosophy, fitting trends to people, not people to trends. From $600 per half day

5. Nicole Pollard Bayme
Owner of shopping concierge service LALALUXE, Pollard’s clients range from royalty to Fortune 500 companies. The fashionista travels to Paris quarterly for the collections, providing clients access to clothes from coveted brands before they’re available in stores. From $400 per hour

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