Buying Guide: Ankle Boots

  One of the many things I love about this time of year, are the boot-wearing opportunities. And this autumn we are TOTALLY spoiled for choice! It’s with great enthusiasm today, that I’ve prepared for you a snapshot of the ankle boots that are on the shelves...

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The Cheats Way to An Organised Wardrobe, in 3 Easy Steps

You are in and out of your wardrobe many, many times a day/week. When your wardrobe is clutter free and you have a system for how things are ordered (light colours to dark/ smart wear to casual wear…or whatever works best for you), choosing what to wear each day becomes quicker and easier and somewhat more pleasurable.

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Ever found yourself stuck in a rut?

Whether it’s food shopping, daily routine, the way you exercise or the clothes you wear…it’s very easy and totally normal to find yourself stuck in a rut. For me, it's meals. I don’t love cooking, but I do it because we need to eat. In my family, we have one healthy...

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You don’t have to go quietly into Middle Age

Certain milestone ages can have a negative impact on your confidence, particularly in how you dress. The fear of getting it ‘wrong’ and dressing ‘inappropriately’ often means putting together outfits that have the effect of making you look and feel older than your...

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6 Delicious Dresses For Date Night

Interestingly, many of my clients happen to be single in their 40’s and 50’s and are either dating or feel ready to. Dressing for a date must be one of the hardest outfits to pull together if you are unsure of your style. Whether you are dressing for a date night with your man or you are going on a first, second or third date with a new(ish) man, what to wear can be a cause of unnecessary overwhelm.

So, today, I’m bringing you a selection of outfit ideas for inspiration.

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The Most Attractive Woman At The Beach Club

I’ve recently returned from a blissful few days away in Mallorca. Stepping away from your every-day life and much-loved family for ‘5 minutes’ can have a transformational effect on your mind, I find. I try to do it at least once a year.

This year (as usual) my friend and I spent a lot of time people watching. It’s one of our most favourite things to do.

Our best spot for people watching and clothes analysing was the beach club. This is where a favourite theory of mine was proven once again.

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Summer Holiday Accessory Essentials

Going away this summer? Dreading the thought of assimilating a holiday capsule wardrobe that will serve you well from breakfast ‘til cocktails? If you have the basics covered (swimwear, sandals, shorts, t-shirts, sundress and something wafty for evening)...

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When is a bargain not a bargain?

Many years ago, when I was quite new to my role as an image consultant, I was booked to do a wardrobe edit with a new client. I opened her wardrobe doors to be faced with an extraordinary number of trousers and skirts and an even larger number of tops and jackets.

This lovely lady (let’s call her Karen), had called me in because she was a prolific shopper, easily swayed by a bargain. She was totally overwhelmed by the amount of clothes she owned and professed that in-spite of the bulging rail, she had ‘nothing-to-wear.’

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Why a great outfit may not look great on YOU

I spend a fair amount of my down time reading about or watching videos from the ‘influencers’ and ‘bloggers’ in the fashion industry, as they share the way they like to shop, organise and wear their clothes. They give insights into what’s new in store, what’s in...

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What Do You Need To Let Go Of This Summer?

Recently, I’ve been talking a lot about ‘shoulding’, that is wearing clothes that you think you ought to, regardless of how they make you feel.

The weather, the occasion, a life change, a change in your body and even reaching a certain age can all affect how you feel you ‘ought’ to dress.

The only thing I care about when it comes to helping a woman with her style is that they feel great in what they are wearing. There is absolutely no ‘shoulding’.

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Comfy Work Shoes

A couple of weeks ago I received this email from one of my Style Class attendees. “My biggest headache is choosing comfortable (yet smart) footwear for my commute. It's such a faff having to carry a pair of heels and switching around! I find I opt for trousers and...

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My Top 7 Tips For Shopping Success

How to shop, find things you love and not bust your budget. Today I’d like to share with you my 7 best tips for shopping successfully so that you can treat yourself to some lovely spring pieces that make you feel fabulous. Earlier this month I had the pleasure of...

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The quickest way to create outfits you love!

The idea for this blog post came from my current trainee, Sarah-Jane. (She’s going to be an awesome image consultant, but that’s another story for another time!)

If you’ve ever put together a great outfit and then forgotten what it was, or, if you always wear the same tops with the same bottoms and feel it’s time to be more experimental, this is for you!

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How to wear everything in your wardrobe

What state is your wardrobe in? Simplified, organised and minimal or, is it bursting at the seams with all manner of impulse purchases that rarely, (*never* – who are you kidding) get worn? Thankfully, we are coming to the tail end of winter (finally!) and spring is...

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How to wear: Red

  Are you into Valentine’s Day or is it commercialised nonsense to you? I have to say that despite being very happily married, (we’ve been together 24 years and married for 17!), my husband and I don’t get take much notice of 14th February. We prefer to wine and...

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Lights, Camera, Action!

Everyone is at it! Vlogging, recording videos, doing Facebook Live sessions and creating online programs. If you are running your own business, showing your face and your voice to your audience is where it’s at right now and this trend seems set to stay. If you...

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