The Style Consultations: (part two)

The style confidence package - what happens next? In our first few style consultations (see previous blog post) we will have laid the foundations for your new look.  You will have started to build a picture of the image you are working towards.  We will have discovered the colours that you look great in.  You … Continue reading The Style Consultations: (part two)

Personal Stylist: the style confidence package (part one)

What can I expect from my personal stylist consultation? It takes a certain amount of confidence to be comfortable standing out from the crowd.  Nowadays more people than ever before are realising the benefits of having their own personal stylist to help them maintain an up to date look. Building a comprehensive and authentic style … Continue reading Personal Stylist: the style confidence package (part one)

Wear Red Day

Today is ‘Wear Red Day’.  The idea originated in America, to raise awareness of the extent of heart disease around the world.  The intention being that wearing something red can be a wee reminder to us all to evaluate our lifestyle and perhaps seek advice if there is something we are worried about in relation … Continue reading Wear Red Day

Wardrobe Edit: Hello Spring

Would you believe it?  The day I chose to sort out my spring/summer wardrobe and tidy away some of my heavier winter garments, it was snowing outside!  Well, as an optimist I went ahead with it anyway in the hope that this unseasonable weather can’t possibly last. My wardrobe, as well as being a little bit … Continue reading Wardrobe Edit: Hello Spring

Let’s Jump!

The last couple of summers have seen the maxi dress become a wardrobe staple. I wouldn’t be without mine now.  They are so versatile and there are versions to suit most people. This year however, the jumpsuit seems to be its new rival. We have seen them steadily growing in popularity and now you can … Continue reading Let’s Jump!

Your wardrobe and the Pareto principle

Pareto Principle:   basically the theory is that whatever the situation, be it in business, science, or in day to day life, we mostly get 80% of our results from 20% of our efforts. Are you one of the many people only using a small percentage of what is in your wardrobe? If you have … Continue reading Your wardrobe and the Pareto principle

Along the High Street: Sahara

I have just been browsing the latest Sahara London brochure which landed through the door. I love to be able to sit down with a coffee and an exciting new catalogue.  Right from a young age, when (pre-internet) catalogue shopping was all the rage, this has been something I’ve enjoyed.  It’s a much more tactile … Continue reading Along the High Street: Sahara

Roses are red…

Learning to understand how colours work together, and how they can be used to really lift your mood and enhance your outfit is a key element in defining your authentic style. For instance, do you have a warm or a cool complexion? This affects how colours will look on you and whether the clothes you … Continue reading Roses are red…

To sparkle or not to sparkle?

There’s nothing quite like a bit of sparkle to brighten up an outfit, or indeed your day. Yes, that’s right – your day.  Who says that you have to save your sparkle just for special occasions or after dark? Of course, there are degrees of sparkle and you wouldn’t want to overdo it, but a … Continue reading To sparkle or not to sparkle?

Sustainable Style?

We all have our own style personality and mine veers toward the creative, so I couldn’t resist the challenge to try and create an outfit that would fit the brief for Ms Wanda’s Wardrobe’s, human friendly outfit competition. Ms Wanda has invited fashion bloggers to describe what human friendly fashion means to them, to coincide … Continue reading Sustainable Style?

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