Silicon Valley stylist Victoria Hitchcock charges $2,000+ to help dress tech execs
Victoria Hitchcock is a stylist in Silicon Valley who is looking to help techy clients achieve an "effortless style"
Silicon Valley is filled with some of the world’s biggest tech companies and richest tech developers. The Valley also happens to have its own dress code of sorts. CEOs like Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg went a long time sporting nothing but a gray t-shirt and jeans. The style was so well known that H&M even made a collection after the wardrobe choice. While you probably won’t see the same thousand dollar suits that you would see on Wall Street, tech execs are now looking to up their fashion game and Silicon Valley stylist Victoria Hitchcock wants to help them achieve their perfect look.
Hitchcock recently talked to Vox and told them about her work helping style employees from big tech companies like Google, Apple, Facebook, and Uber. In the interview, Hitchcock says that her ultimate goal is to help her clients develop an "effortless style." While her fees start with a $2,000 upfront charge, Hitchcock says that clients will often times spend anywhere from $3,000 to $5,000 on a new wardrobe.
But when it comes to watches, the stylist recommends her clients getting a more affordable $100 Nixon watch instead of unloading thousands on a nice Rolex. While Nixon watches are nice, there’s no way that they’re as nice as the new Apple Watch. To each their own, we suppose.
For more on Hitchcock’s story, be sure to check out the full interview and let us know what you think about her styling choices in the comments section below.