Kent & Lime Means You Have Your Own Personal Stylist On Call
Kent & Lime might be a little known name when it comes to men’s style and fashion, but it’s one that will revolutionise your life.
From first-hand experience they’re about three things: efficiency, style and skill. And they aren’t afraid to flaunt them all together to change what ‘going shopping’ means forevermore.
They make shopping for men a simple task at any point of any week, month or year. You’re assigned a personal stylish who – with admittedly little information about you as a person other than a few demographic details and preferences choices from a list – is able to make some seriously impressive decisions as to what you’ll wear on your behalf.
It’s all done online with an option to do the face-to-face thing if that’s your preference, but once your details are recorded along with a categorical list of what you already own, they get to work.
The result? Really quite astounding, to be honest.
Their stylists are trained to what’s obviously quite a high standard and imbued with the skill to properly pick you as a person without knowing you on that level; a skill to the nth degree, to be honest.
A quick phone consultation pre- and post-Kent & Lime delivery means they know who they’re talking to and what they’re looking for, which makes the whole experience really quite seamless.
Fast-forward about a day if you’re based in Sydney or 2+ if you’re elsewhere and a box loaded with eight options of the clothes you need comes knocking. Try on and keep what you like (and what fits) and send the rest back.
Simple and easy, the Kent & Lime experience is unique, handy, professional and actually quite fun.
Head over to their website at kentandlime.com.au to sign-up and get your free consultation to suss it all out now.
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