All About Becoming a Fashion / Wardrobe Stylist #2
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I just found invoice templates on Microsoft website, which is great!!
But this is not geared to stylists, I would think. But take those and adjust them to something that lists the job name, quotes your day rate, dates worked (both on the shoot and pull and return days, if applicable), assistant (if agreed), overtime hours, and total expendables. Then you need to itemize your expendables to which you attach receipts ... for those things that the magazine is reimbursing you, if any.
Too late now, but you should consider getting Chrystal Wright's book for freelancing stylists (makeup, hair, wardrobe ... the business end is basically the same) ... which has lots of valid business advice and how to build your business .... and forms for each type of gig.
It's the only resource I have found that teaches you how to start out, how to build your portfolio and how to conduct and build your business.
** It's All in the Details! **
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