Personal shopping and finishing touches: Style Confidence Package (part 3)

Personal Shopping You will now have reached the point where you have learned more about your personal style and have been through your wardrobe to edit your clothes and accessories.  Maybe even re-discovering some things you had forgotten about.  Or new ways of wearing things, to make them work better for you.  As a result, … Continue reading Personal shopping and finishing touches: Style Confidence Package (part 3)

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)

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

Denim jacket shopping

Take two denim jackets. Two different brands, two different sizes, with one similar fit. This is the perfect illustration of why it is less important what the label says and more important how good the shape and fit of a garment is on you. I had my denim jacket, which I bought several years ago, … Continue reading Denim jacket shopping

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

Spa in the City

It was wonderful to be invited to take part in Edinburgh’s popular Spa in the City event this year, which took place in three venues, over two days. I was based in a marquee in the Grassmarket alongside some other fabulous local businesses, and our theme for the weekend was ‘Invigorate’. I really enjoyed meeting the wide … Continue reading Spa in the City

Mirror Mirror

Some of you might worry that checking yourself out in a full-length mirror implies that you are somewhat vain, but unless you are spending way too much time preening, then this is really the only way for you to get a clear picture of how you look. And why does it need to be a … Continue reading Mirror Mirror

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