A grid with nine phtogrpahs of my outfits from the last year.

I am Sara, and I am a personal wardrobe stylist in the GTA. I graduated from George Brown College, Fashion Styling Program, and I have 11 years of experience building capsule wardrobes, and packing lists for all styles, tastes, and budgets.

I am also the woman obsessed with trying to build the perfect wardrobe for myself and for you.

If you are new here, I have a services page where I offer various options of working with me one on one. Because I am a virtual stylist, I offer this worldwide, not just in the GTA.

There are hundreds of archived posts demonstrating what I do that you can use as guidance or inspiration if working one on one for a personalized wardrobe isn’t in your budget right now.

One of my main focuses is to help people find their style again. I know what it is like to lose it after having children, and I know how hard it is to try and find it again.

If you are stuck I can help.

This might be some personal shopping hours to find a few pieces for an event or to refresh your wardrobe.

Or it might be something much more intensive where we will go through and rebuild your wardrobe from the bottom up.

This will include communication via email, WhatsApp, or text throughout the process to really nail down your look and the outcome.

I also offer travel wardrobes and will put together a packing list based on your style, budget, and destination.

I have a passion for vintage and thrifting and personal shopping hours can also be used to help if you are looking for something secondhand.

I love a challenge and will scour the internet to find that coveted piece, be it a sold-out pair of jeans in your size, or a vintage designer bag.

If you are looking to see what I do, you can look through this blog, check out my Instagram where I post my daily outfits, or see what I am selling on Poshmark.

If you have any questions about the services that I offer you can email me at [email protected]

I look forward to working with you.

– Sara

I am now offering digital styling guides, and personal styling services. If you are looking for some styling help that is inexpensive and easy, check out my digital styling guides. If you want some one-on-one help shopping, building and editing your wardrobe, or packing for a trip, I can also assist. Check out all the styling services that I offer here.

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  1. Stoked for your site Sara. I have been friends with Naomi Brewer since we were 18 she told me about your page. ♡ Thanks for keeping it real! Aloha Ona

  2. I always keep it real which is probably why I don’t have a shit ton of friends 😉 I’m still working the kinks out on here and trying to figure out what direction I am going with it. Thanks for stopping by! Sara

  3. Stumbled across your site via something from Pinterest and I love it. Going to Italy this fall so your list is perfect! Can’t wait to put it all together on my over-50 bod! Thanks

    • Yay! I love to hear when a list is helpful 🙂 I hope you have a fantastic time in Italy!

  4. Hi Sara! I found you on Pinterest right before my trip to Tulum. I love your style and packing lists, inspiring and helpful! Our style is similar and age :)) Keep on keeping on!

    • Thank you! I love when people find the lists useful, and I love that we are similar tastes and ages. It makes me feel better about not dressing like what a “mom” is supposed to dress like 🙂

  5. Hi, I found your site through Pinterest and I love all of your travel lists! As a 30-something Mom, I second guess all of my outfits (too young? Too mom-ish?). I’m looking forward to catching up on your posts.

    • Thanks Sarah! I use to second guess everything too for many years trying to fit in to that “appropriate mom wear” box and decided to say screw it a few years back. I just dress as me and pick things based more on feeling good and myself in them rather than trying to wear what someone else thinks a mom should dress like. Just be you and you can’t really go wrong. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  6. I found your new teacher capsule wardrobe on Pintrest. As a retired educator, I was curious about what you would recommend. You did a great job. I also liked that the clothes were not size 2. Great suggestions. When I taught primary grades, the standard teacher wardrobe included an oversized, drop waist, dress with an apple on the chest. I never dressed like that. I wanted to look professional in things that could be easily washed. Thank you for creating a professional looking wardrobe that doesn’t break the bank.

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