Expert Wedding Stylist Julie Sabatino launches The Stylish BrideⓇ (TSB) Virtual Styling 2.0

Julie Sabatino – expert wedding stylist and founder of The Stylish Bride – is launching Virtual Styling 2.0, a multi-leveled one-on-one styling service for every aspect of bridal fashion. Whether the bride finds herself overwhelmed by options, is struggling to reflect her own personal style in her outfit choices, or just can’t seem to bring her overall vision to life in the way that she would like, the team at The Stylish Bride® will work with her to make sure every single fashion element of her wedding comes together to tell a story that is uniquely and beautifully her.

Available now at, Virtual Styling 2.0 comes in the following three levels of service for each bride’s specific needs:

The Hotline Call ($550): A one hour Zoom call between an incredible stylist at the TSB and the bride-to-be when she has a good sense of what her wedding style will be, but just has specific fashion-related questions and/or wants to have a professional look over everything.

The Virtual Styling ($1850): A more in-depth, solution-based service for brides who have already selected their wedding dress but need help creating a cohesive fashion story for the other events and the wedding party.

The VIP Wedding Dress Shopping ($2850): For brides who want a luxurious and stress-free shopping plan that leads them straight to their dream dress. Brides will receive an intensive styling consultation, a curated list of designers, a customized itinerary, a selection of dresses to try on and a post-shopping review of all photos taken in the salon and a Zoom meeting for questions, feedback, and next steps. The team will also book all of your appointments and debrief the consultants. 

No matter how far along the bride is in the planning of her story, this kind of life-changing event requires all hands on deck, and the team at The Stylish Bride® will be with her every step of the way and give her the exact styling assistance that she needs!

“As a company, our goal is to help as many women as possible feel confident, comfortable and beautiful on their wedding day,” says Sabatino. Over the last few years, brides have increasingly been asking for help with creating a seamless fashion story that encompasses all of their wedding events, not just their bridal look. These clients were the inspiration for our new service offerings and we are really excited to be able to broaden the scope of who we can help.”

Wildly recognized as the first and most influential bridal stylist in the world, Julie Sabatino, has spent nearly two decades curating bridal looks for an impressive client list that includes celebrities, socialites, and billionaire power players who count on her impeccable taste, highly-coveted connections, and unparalleled expertise to guide them through the often confusing world of wedding attire. Today, there isn’t a top designer or boutique she doesn’t have an ironclad relationship with — Oscar de la Renta even named a wedding dress after her! Since launching The Stylish Bride in 2003, Julie has dressed thousands of brides, grooms, and wedding parties while serving as a frequent expert and source of guidance for top wedding editors. Her expertise and wedding fashion advice have been shared in dozens of publications including Vogue, the New York Times, POPSUGAR, Martha Stewart Weddings, the Knot, InStyle, and Brides.

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