Some of you may have slept through the segment that I styled—and added some of my styling tips to the script—as well as modeled in on The Better Show with one of my favorite discount shopping sites, SnobSwap, this week because it was on in some areas at 5am, 6am and even noon for the non-locals.
Not to worry, you can catch my appearance here and let me know if you would wear these looks and which celeb style is your favorite!
(all in wardrobe styled by me, available on SnobSwap)
If you don’t already belong to the luxury designer online marketplace, SnobSwap, you’re going to want to now. The founders of the site asked me to style and model in their recent appearance on the Better Show and I was thrilled to. Working with gorgeous pieces from brands like Marni, Bottega Veneta, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, just to name a few, and all at affordable prices, made my job easy!
On top of that, my models were these gorgeous bloggers that looked great in everything I put them in. It was honestly the easiest fittings I’ve ever had to style in my entire career as a stylist.
Each look was modeled after a celebrity’s style (I was Lauren Conrad), so it was fun to recreate the outfits you may have seen them in the magazines wearing, with the trends for this spring.
Everything you see here can be purchased on the site (except for what I styled the lovely ladies of SnobSwap in and of course the host, Rebecca, and Kelly Osbourne).
Check out some of the behind the scenes pictures below and watch the Better Show on Tuesday (check your local listings. If you’re a local, it will be on at 6am on WLNY and nationally, 12pm on the Hallmark Channel) for our segment!
I have a plea to all of you: help me get into Vanity Fair’s September Issue!
WHAT: I ended up getting so many likes on Vanity Fair’s “Best Dressed List” competition (shout out to Kat O’Connor for recommending me for it) that I got entered into new level of both user and editor’s picks.
WHERE: Please click on this link and press the little heart buttons on the looks to “like” this look that I wore during NYFW.
As a native Long Islander—or before I shed my accent, Lawn Guylander—I love seeing when fashion and trends trickle out from the city to the ‘burbs where I grew up.
When the Long Island based publication, Milieu Magazine approached me to come up with an eco-friendly quiz for their readers, it was a no-brainer to mix my two passions together: fashion and going green.
Take this quiz and see just how eco-friendly you are!
STYLIST TIP: Pictures are always more flattering when shot from below eye-level. When your photos are taken from above, you can look shorter and wider. Not to mention, no one wants to see your roots. Apologies to whoever took this photo above, as I know it was rushed and much colder than it looks.
Polar vortexes! (or is it vortices?) The stomach flu! Working on the beach during record low temperatures! 3 spring fashion editorial shoots in 3 weeks! Oh my. This stylist can’t catch a break, but I haven’t forgotten about you. It seems like as the cold-weather storms have been brewing, as was everything else too.
Another reason for the brief hiatus was that I just signed with a stylist representative here in NYC called Agency Gerard. (I’m still with Anchor Artists for bookings in Boston). I feel honored to be among some of the industry’s top talent there and have been put to work updating my portfolio, which has kept me quite busy.
On other exciting and busy news, I’m now a contributor to Millieu Magazine, so I’ve been working on a piece for that every chance I get—which is mainly on my iPhone, on the subway.
Stay tuned for all of these updates and more to report here on DearAndi.com and don’t forget to write to firstname.lastname@example.org with your fashion dilemmas.
My name is Liz Teich. I'm a fashion stylist based in Brooklyn, NY and this is my personal style and lifestyle blog. It's also my fashion advice to you kind of like the "Dear Abby" of fashion.
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