About Lookstyle

Our Mission

Lookstyle is dedicated to providing the best possible service, selection, and value as well as bringing you amazing ideas, forward thinking, styling tips, and much more! We offer an exceptional, pressure-free environment in which to plan, organize, and execute a wardrobe to best suit YOUR lifestyle.

The concept is simple: we will make fashion easy. We will take the time to understand your lifestyle and choose the RIGHT pieces to save you time, money, and stress. Lookstyle’s array of services can be found HERE. And, be sure to check out the latest articles on our new and improved blog!

Our new Chicago office, 935 West Chestnut, Suite 205, is open by appointment only.

Contact us to learn how we can help you!

Who We Are

Kellie Trumper

Lookstyle Founder, CEO, Celebrity Stylist

“Your style is the first thing people notice about you when they meet you. What does your style say about you?  I realized that I wanted to teach others how to use their appearance to their best advantage: both professionally and personally.”

After earning her degree in Art: Painting and Drawing from Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, and an advanced degree from the Art Institute of Chicago, Kellie Trumper realized her passion in fashion. Her styling career began 13 years ago at Neiman Marcus. This kicked off an 11 year stint of wowing retailers and designers at Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Ave, Intermix and David Yurman. The turning point came during her career managing Intermix; Trumper began to notice a unique need for ‘concierge’ fashion styling.
During her career in retail, Kellie worked overtime as she earned her Masters in Education. This training allowed Kellie to hone her voice and gave her the tools to educate her clients as well as to speak publicly on image and style matters. Kellie recalls that it was her clients who encouraged her to forge her own way. Following their good advice, Kellie founded Lookstyle, a luxury wardrobe-consulting firm, in early 2011.

With clients in Chicago, Los Angeles, Michigan, Aspen, Florida, NYC – Kellie is always on the go, constantly scouting new trends on both coasts. Trumper is one of the recognized stylists in the Best of 2012 CS/Modern Luxury January Issue. She styles high profile athletes and celebrities nationwide. Trumper has been published in The Red Eye (Chicago Tribune) Cover story: From Runway to Chicago, she has a monthly column in VS Magazine, her interview with Rob Luce, Eliminating Excess Fashion, was featured in Monochrome Effect. Lookstyle has also been featured in Refinery 29, Glossed and FoundChicago Shopping.

Trumper is also committed to making sure that Lookstyle gives back. She has also played an impactful role working with charities, hosting a fundraiser benefitting Bright Pink which earned the attention of MSNBCFOX, and NBC. She partnered again with Bright Pink, EBAY Giving Works and LeAnn Rimes to host an online auction raising money for the charity. In 2013 she  worked with Carlos Boozer, NBA Star of the Chicago Bulls, to help The Right to Play foundation.    She also worked with LeAnn Rimes and The Miracles for Kids to organize a clothing drive in Los Angeles. She has been a consistent fashion TV correspondent on FOX 32 Chicago Good Day Chicago and for ABC National TV show, “The List”. 

In addition to her work with celebrities; Kellie loves to focus on the every day person. “Fashion can be overwhelming and intimidating.  It takes time and patience to weed though all the trends and figure out what will fit YOUR body, YOUR lifestyle, and YOUR budget.” She encourages every client to take time for themselves and rediscover their sense of style. Too often people get “stuck” in a past decade of fashion.  Having a closet makeover helps them to edit, purge and uncover their wardrobe in an organized and calculated way. During this process, Trumper teaches clients how to sort out what to save and what to toss. “My goal is NEVER to start out by purchasing a new wardrobe each season, it is to re-purpose and re-define your most loved and flattering parts of your wardrobe. Getting dressed should be EASY”, says Trumper.

Kellie is available for Speaking Engagements, please get in touch with Lookstyle for more information.

Lookstyle Stylists

Lizzy Johnston

Brand Manager/Stylist


Lizzy graduated from the University of Arizona with a BS in Retailing and Consumer Science in 2005, and added a Fashion Design Associate’s degree from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) the following year.  In addition to designing for companies like Guess?, she’s worked in merchandising and customer service for companies like Nordstrom, BCBG, and Banana Republic.  She’s thrilled to be sharing her experience in garment construction, fit, and styling with Lookstyle’s clients. Lizzy loves helping people find their personal style, and believes it’s a powerful tool for self-expression. “I think personal style is an important piece of a person’s identity- you can show the world who you are and what’s important to you without saying a word.”

Katie Littig

 Styling Consultant / Home Organizer

profile copyKatie graduated from Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana with a degree in Biology and a minor in Environmental Science.  After college she started working as a zookeeper at the Brookfield Zoo outside Chicago.  She worked with a variety of animals such as Humboldt penguins, Bonnet head Shark, Green Sea Turtles, Pacific Seahorses and more!  While working as a zookeeper she was able to travel to some pretty amazing places to do work as a conservation biologist/zoologist.  Her favorite trip was to Peru in South America.  They worked with local people to develop conservation programs to protect animals like penguins, sea lions and sea birds.  After several years years she discovered one of the best things about her  job was educating and organizing.  It was then that she decided to become a teacher as well as a consultant for Lookstyle.    She is extremely detail oriented and has a passion for fashion.   Her educational experience makes “teaching about fashion” a seamless transition and clients LOVE her.  Contact her today to request the before and after results from her closet organization and home organization (playrooms, garages, junk drawer, pantry etc)  EMAIL HER AT info@lookstyle.net

Heather Divita

Stylist/ Buyer

heather headshotHeather has had a love of all things fashion & styling for as long as she can remember. Growing up in St. Louis, MO, she was fully accessorized with wrist to elbow bangles as a toddler & went on to start her own clothing line, FUNKiE JUNKiE at the young age of seventeen. Heather loved sharing her passion through designing, selling, & sharing. After college, Heather worked in Miami at Perry Ellis Corporate office as a Retail Operations Coordinator for all of their store locations. She then moved to Chicago to open the Intermix stores. She had a long, successful run with Intermix & has since dipped into other areas of sales & retail. Now, at Lookstyle, she feels like she has found her perfect fit. As a newlywed & brand new mom to baby girl, Riley, she loves balancing her new family with her excitement for styling,
creating, selling, shopping, & more!


Styling Intern/ Marketing

unnamed-1Kristen is our stylist intern at Lookstyle. She is currently a junior at the University of South Carolina located in Columbia, SC studying Fashion Merchandising and Business Administration. Ever since she has moved from Chicago to Charlotte, NC with her family she has been longing to come back up north. She’s thrilled to be spending the summer in the city and learning all the in’s and out’s of the styling industry. Selling at Nordstrom for over the past two years has helped Kristen learn how to cater to clients by discovering their own personal style and then picking out individual pieces from there. “I believe there are no set rules in fashion and in styling. Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable and confident with yourself.
Have fun with it- add a bright pink lip or try out a new hairstyle. Fashion is never boring!”

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