Here's another NY Times sartorial article about wardrobe consultant.$1600/day, 5 days a week, 50 weeks a year, that works out to $400,000/year. Â Anyone here wants to switch career, doing things that you enjoy while making a good living?
Quote:To his chagrin, he heard that his new $850 Loro Piana linen trousers had to go. A fine brand but too roomy, she explained. Same concept with Brioni - a high-quality label that is not cut for him. So Ms. Castaneda and her client headed to Madison Avenue and went shopping at Barneys New York. They were in the market for a spring wardrobe that was classic yet cool enough for a bachelor finally done with 27 years of schooling. At first, he could not tell if new trousers fit him or if he even liked them. Six hours and $8,000 in merchandise later, he said he was confident enough to select his own ties. Ms. Castaneda's $1,600-a-day rate was a bargain, he said, considering the bad purchases she had prevented.