Disney Springs to Offer Personal Shopping Services

by on January 24, 2017 8 Comments

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Today, we’re going to add to the list of “exclusive” high-end experiences you can experience at Walt Disney World. Guests will now have the option to take advantage of a personal shopping service.

Melanie Pace, who is a distinguished fashion advisor and has been featured in “Women’s Health,” “Shape Magazine,” and “E! News” is now available for clients and is accepting appointments for those looking to shop at Disney Springs. It is said that she can create looks on with any budget.

The Personal Shopping Session provides one-on-one consulting, fashion recommendations, beauty advice, and special access to Disney Springs retailers.

The Personal Shopping Sessions are $250 per hour and can be booked by visiting melaniepace.com or call 321-377-1337 and ask for a “Disney Springs Style Session”. Small group experiences can also be booked. Appointments will be available on a first come, first-served basis during normal Disney Springs operating hours.

Posted on January 24, 2017

8 Responses to “Disney Springs to Offer Personal Shopping Services”

  • Ouch. My eyes rolled so hard, they got stuck in the back of my head. Help.

  • Is this something Disney Springs is offering? Or is it something some of the tennants have partnered with Melanie Pace to do? Booking and contact info don’t go through Disney.

  • Dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb.

    If you need me, I’ll be in my cabana, waiting for the express transportation to take me to my dessert party.

    • Just because you don’t have a need for it, doesn’t mean it’s a stupid idea. Disney is pushing to please the high end traveller, and they obviously have done their market research.

  • Hey – if anyone has the cash to pay for it, I’M IN! I’ve been wondering what to do after I retire — shop Disney AND get paid? Yessirree.

  • I think someone at the top is trying to get fired, like Jack Donaghy.

  • Oddly, the DPB already took down the post announcing this, so perhaps someone realized how ridiculous this is and pulled the plug. Or, more likely, they had to fix the typo and correct it to $350 per hour.