This week, I’m sharing the benefits of carrying out a ‘Mini-Audit’ and how to do your own. This is an incredibly useful activity that will ensure you make the most of what you already have and spot any gaps so that you finish the season with your wardrobe in great shape.
It’s almost time to get glammed up and head out to our Christmas parties! So, in this week’s blog, I’m sharing some fabulous festive outfit ideas with you.
This week on the blog, I’m sharing my fail-safe party outfit planning process. If you follow this approach, you might just realise that you don’t need anything new to wear at all!
Knowing your own true style is liberating. And empowering. And if you’ve reached a certain age and you still aren’t clear on your style, then maybe it’s time to find out? I help women like you to discover their true style. This eliminates the guesswork, prevents wastage and ensures you know how to dress (as you) for any occasion and feel really great.
In this week’s blog, we’re looking at exactly why your hair is so important! You ‘wear’ your hair each and every day, so it deserves some focussed attention, and can make a huge difference to your overall look and style.
Our outfits need to work hard at this time of year to keep us comfortable. In this week’s blog, I’ve shared my ideas on stylish transitional dressing.
You might think that January isn’t the right time to be discussing investing in luxury clothing. The thing is, it’s an important part of my theme of ‘Celebrating You’ this month and with the sales in full flow, this could be the perfect time for you to rethink your clothes buying policy.
Now that the festivities are over, it’s time to find something else to celebrate. My suggestion is to spend this month (and hopefully, beyond) celebrating YOU!
Looking and feeling ‘sparkly’ over the festive period does not have to be in the literal sense. I want you to know that there are SO many ways to bring festive cheer into your outfits.
To me, autumn means coats, boots and knitwear. Three of my favourite things to wear and buy. It’s so lovely to get cosy and warm when the temperature drops BUT how do you wear you knits without adding extra illusional poundage?