Many newbies are dropping the prices for their work when they are just starting out. Wrong.
First what you need to do is to sit down and calculate. Understand what amount you want to make in a month, let us suppose 3000 dollars per month. Then count how much work is comfortable for you to take in a month for the moment. For example, 10 wardrobe revisions with shopping in a month. So every service should cost at least 300 dollars, there is no sense to charge it less. This would be your minimal price. If you would charge less, you will not be able to live from it.
If there is a high competition for this price already, think how to improve your service and make it unique, start building your brand and increase professional level.
Do not work for the minimal amounts. The clients are asking the same service and sometimes 10 times more, not respecting you and the services you carry out. And after it would be very difficult to fix your reputation as a cheap professional. And if you would start to work in a cheap segment, you are unlikely to get to the higher level afterwords, as the target audience and clients are completely different and do not cross with each other.
More than that, the more your charge and higher is your level, the more adequate the cooperation usually is.
My recommendation would be either to work for a good money or to work for free (really perspective projects for some benefits, in what you are interested in and in what volume you are interested in).