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Name For My Personal Stylist/shopper Business
7/2/2018 at 7:10 AM ET
My name is Tanika and i would like it to be incorporated into the name. My work as a personalised stylist/shopper, would include the likes of colour and body shape analysis; wardrobe clean outs and other personal fashion services. I want to verify my business but, i'm stuck for creative name! it needs to be catchy for the likes of instagram, however, elegant enough to attract the right crowd.
7/2/2018 at 8:36 AM
Why not use your full name, and simply add your title? For example:
Personal Shopper & Stylist
Catchy names generally require a lot of time/money to convey their meaning, while names that are descriptive as to a key benefit attract people who are interested in what you're offering.
7/2/2018 at 11:46 PM
Jay has given you good basic advice that has been successfully used by new businesses worldwide. However, if you would like something a little different to provoke your thought processes, you might consider this, or some variation of it:
Fashion Concepts by Tadika
... Presenting YOU to the world in Style!
8/2/2018 at 11:49 AM
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