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“Anyone can look for fashion in a boutique or history in a museum. The creative explorer looks for history in a hardware store and fashion in an airport.”- Robert Wieder.

Keaton Row

Dear Diary,

Last month I did a stock photography shoot with the ever talented & energetic, Christin Rose, (pictures coming soon…) and the amazing Lisa Karst did all the styling. The entire shoot I kept badgering her to tell me where I could get pretty much every article of clothing and accessory she put on me and the other model. She was able to create the coolest looks that I would never be able to dream up on my own. So when she told me she worked for an online styling company and I didn’t have to be on a shoot or a celeb to get the royal treatment, I had to know more!

Meet the lovely, LISA KARST, your personal stylist.

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How does the process of getting styled on Keaton Row work?  I know how frustrating it can be to spend time stressing over what blouse to wear with what skirt, or trying on twelve different pairs of jeans and not finding the right fit. That’s why I started a 100% online personal styling business with Keaton Row.

I’ll work with your wardrobe needs, personal style preferences, and budget to help you look your best without the stress. And during Keaton Row’s launch year, styling services are totally free! You only pay for the items you choose to buy – and the prices are exactly the same through Keaton Row as through the retailer.

You can email me directly at lakarst@gmail.com or sign up on my stylist profile at www.keatonrow.com/stylist/lisakarst

Once you have signed up, you will be asked to fill out a client profile, which helps me understand more clearly what your specific needs are, as well as information pertaining to your taste, personality and body type. It is a quick, easy and fun process, and at the end you will receive a personalized lookbook filled with head to toe styled looks and items of your request. All of which can be purchased directly from with the click of a mouse.

 …CHECK OUT LISA’S PERSONAL STYLING FOR STAGECOACH… 

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What drew you to a career in fashion? Ask me what I was wearing the first time I went to Disney World, or what happened to me when I was wearing my very favorite Easter outfit. It has been said that there is a moment in childhood when a door opens and lets your future in. For myself, this door opened when I was first allowed to choose my very own holiday dress. My mother hated it, but I loved it. I mean, what 7 years old doesn’t want to wear a bustle? From that moment on, the clothes I wore became a large part of who I was and how I felt about myself. These feeling have translated into a career of fashion styling, and more so, a way for me to help others feel great about who they are, in the way that fashion does for me.

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What’s your favorite accessory? Accessorizing is by far my favorite part of styling, so choosing just one item is tough, but I would have say my Low Luv x Erin Wasson Armor Knuckle Ring is a favorite. Staple item? Most people would probably not consider it a staple item, but my Christy’s Knightsbridge Fedora is for the most part an everyday part of my personal style, without a doubt a favorite.

What would you call your style? My personal style is always evolving. I am risk taker, so naturally I love to try new things and never commit to just one definable style. As of late, I have been keeping it pretty simple mostly black and denim, but going for it with crazy nail art. I am obsessed!

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Our SFGs try to adhere to a budget, but if you got to spurge on one thing what would it be? That’s easy, the one item I would not have a problem splurging on is a classic Chanel Quilted Chain Bag. The only difficult part is deciding what color to get!

What are the biggest trends you predict for summer? It may not be the biggest, most widely accepted trend, but I am so excited to see overalls making a solid come back this summer. I have been scouring the Internet for the perfect pair of vintage overalls, and it is almost time to pull the trigger. Anything grunge, that I can make look a little girlie, I’m about!

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Us SFGs try to adhere to a budget, but if you were to spurge on one thing what would it be? That’s easy, the one item I would not have a problem splurging on is a classic Chanel Quilted Chain Bag. The only difficult part is deciding what color to get!

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