Liz Teich is a New York based fashion stylist, lifestyle blogger, on-air style expert and mom of two. Liz has been a professional commercial stylist for over a decade, styling fashion and home goods for print and digital advertising campaigns for major brands and retailers including Marshalls, TJ Maxx, Alex and Ani, Timberland, and Talbots. Through the campaigns she's worked on she's styled celebrities including Mike Tyson, Ashley Graham, and the cast of Stranger Things.
She has appeared as an on-camera style expert in campaigns for Magaschoni, Rent The Runway and White House Black Market, as well as a regular style & lifestyle expert for Fox5 New York. Liz has also appeared in, shared her style and lifestyle advice / written for Glamour Magazine, WomensHealth.com, BigCityMoms.com, AM New York, Mother.ly and Parents.
After styling bloggers for the TJMaxx “Maxxinista” campaign, it led her to launch her own blog and brand called The New York Stylist where she aims to help others to live stylishly, covering fashion, motherhood, family, fitness, travel, beauty, home decor and of course all things New York. Through her site, she has partnered with major brands including Rent The Runway, M.M. LaFleur, Aveda, Cybex, and Pampers to share some of her favorite products, services and styles.
Since becoming a mom, Liz received many inquiries from moms around the country asking for help with their wardrobe. This led her to expand her business by incorporating personal styling to guide other moms learn how to dress for their new bodies and lifestyle, while working with much of what they already have and a focused approached to filling in what they may be missing.
Through her popular service “The Closet Cleanse”—whether in someone’s home or virtually—Liz has helped women achieve a well edited closet and clients telling her they’re saving money in the long run thanks to her expertise. One client remarked, “She really helped transform and declutter my post baby wardrobe. She’s like the gift that keeps on giving.”
Alex and Ani
One Kings Lane
Rodan & Fields
St. Martin’s Press
Boston Globe Magazine
Improper Bostonian Magazine