Policies

All clients who engage Your Chic is Showing for services must sign a client agreement and acknowledge review and receipt of the YCS Policies and procedures.

Booking, Rescheduling and Appointment Cancellations

Style Consultations

All style consultations require a $25 deposit. All deposits are credited to your styling package or refunded after your consultation, should you choose not to engage Your Chic is Showing. If you are a “no show” for your style consultation then your deposit is non-refundable.

Rescheduling

Prospective clients may reschedule introductory Style Consultations using the link provided in the confirmation email.

Clients may reschedule personal styling appointments at no additional cost more than 24-hours ahead of the scheduled appointment. Any client who reschedules an appointment within 24-hours of the scheduled booking will be subject to a rescheduling fee of $75.

Cancelled Appointments

We encourage prospective clients to reschedule introductory Style Consultations should there be a change in schedule or emergency. If an introductory Style Consultation is canceled with less than 24-hours notice, the deposit is non-refundable.

Clients are encouraged to reschedule their personal styling service if they are unable to make their scheduled appointments. We kindly request clients cancel any personal styling service more than 48-hours ahead of the scheduled appointment . All payments are non-refundable.

Any client who is a “no show” for three (3) consecutive appointments will have their contract voided, forfeit any funds paid and be unable to book future appointments with Your Chic is Showing.

Travel Fees

All travel within a 50-mile radius of Washington, DC is complimentary. All travel fees are non-refundable, and a rescheduled travel appointment will require payment of additional travel fees.

Expedited Service Fee

Any service(s) that is rendered in 30 days or less is subject to a one-time, non-refundable expedited service fee of $250 – $500. The one-time fee for expedited service is due and payable at the time of contract signature unless other arrangements have been made and agreed upon by both parties.