Find Of London Welcomes Wardrobe Mistress.
Wardrobe Mistress is the fashionable brainchild of Stylist and Luxury wardrobe consultant Francesca Salih. After a successful career in luxury fashion including periods at Browns and Net- A- Porter; Francesca launched Wardrobe Mistress in 2011. Wardrobe Mistress has an established client base providing bespoke style services for discerning men and women around the globe.
Wardrobe Mistress is the ultimate Wardrobe PA taking care of every last detail from picking up, dry cleaning to designing and building dream wardrobes. No request is too big or too small.
After working with Find for some time we have decided to collaborate. Now, Wardrobe Mistress is working together with Find and will now take over in Find’s Clothes Pick-Ups and Wardrobe Cleanse.
The Wardrobe Mistress and Find Cleanse is entirely focused around your wardrobe and you.
Over the year it is easy to accumulate an excessive volume of clothing, shoes and bags. Wardrobe Mistress’ approach evaluates your individual style and, working closely with you, strategically maps out a look that ensures your wardrobe is wearable and workable for your lifestyle.
Wardrobe sort and pick up £95.00 – Rapid sort through.
3 hour Wardrobe Cleanse – 3 hour deep cleanse of your Wardrobe
Full day Cleanse – Wardrobe evaluation: Identify new pieces required, Re-fold, re-hang everything, Looking at possible storage solutions – selling selected pieces through Find Of London.
To book your Wardrobe Cleanse with Wardrobe Mistress through Find:
“I had my wardrobe ‘detoxed’ by Francesca earlier this year and it has completely changed the way I view both my clothes, the way I dress and the way I shop. Francesca helped me to see through the clutter to what I had, she then helped me see what was worth keeping and also suited me and what really didn’t. I no longer shop in a panic, I buy far less but I buy quality items that I love seeing when I open my wardrobe.
I thought the whole detox was fantastic and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who has more clothes than they know what to do with, or who just wants direction about how to wear what they have and what suits them. It would also make a fantastic present for a friend or sister”
Helen Loveless Enterprise editor Mail on Sunday