YOU KNOW THAT MAKING IT AS A FREELANCER IS HARD IN FASHION
But what if I told you there were strategies to:
✓ figuring out your pay rate and wages
✓ finding (and reaching out to) new clients
✓ and presenting your portfolio
…that were simple to follow?
THAT’S EXACTLY WHAT YOU’LL FIND IN THIS STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO BEING A FREELANCE FASHION DESIGNER
You’ll also get templates, swipe copy files, example portfolios and sample contracts.
Yes, all for free.
So, why did I write this guide for you (and why am I giving it away for free)?
✓ Because I know firsthand how hard it is to make it as a full-time freelance / contract fashion designer.
✓ Because I know what it takes to negotiate remote work that you can do from home and still earn a fair, living wage.
✓ Because I know what it’s like to work with clients who have no education and expect things that are unreasonable.
And I know what it feels like to deal with people who say ridiculous things like:
“Can you do my tech pack for $15? I don’t think it should take that much time?!”
YOU DON’T HAVE TO PUT UP WITH THESE PEOPLE! INSTEAD, YOU CAN:
✓ Find clients who are willing (and HAPPY) to pay you a fair wage, even if you don’t live in a fashion hub
✓ Write pitches without sounding salesy or desperate…and actually get replies
✓ Create an amazing work life balance doing projects you love (while working from anywhere)
There are strategies to get there. And they work. See?
USE MY FREE BOOK TO GET MORE FREELANCE CLIENTS
We will cover:
✓ How to avoid the freelance “temp” job rat race
✓ The best places to find freelance work, even if you don’t live in a fashion hub
✓ How to figure out your rates and get clients to pay them
✓ How to protect yourself as a freelancer with contract templates you can swipe
✓ The easiest way to present your portfolio to catch brands’ attention
✓ Word for word email pitches you can use to get work