The campaign works by holding free, personal consultations in which stylists will pull staple pieces, which they think suit the client. The clothes come from local shops, House of Fraser, M&S, Next, New Look, Shoon, Body Shop, plus many more. Alongside the clothes, there is also another stand called 'Colour Me Beautiful', for hair and make up tips.
I managed to talk to Jill Chandler, one of the stylists from the campaign. When I asked her why she helps with the campaign she replied:
"This is my job for one, I get to help women with their fashion which helps with their confidence.
"Epsom seems like a very casual town when comparing to my hometown York, where we always dress up".I also asked her who her main clientele for the campaign were:
"Challenge the Stylists is mainly aimed at middle aged women in a rut, women that have perhaps gone through divorce or are recently widowed and have forgotten all about their wardrobe".