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I’ll be sharing some top tips for summer over the coming weeks but, as ever, if you have a question you would like me to answer please do let me know (you can drop me a message here) and I’ll answer on my Facebook page or via the blog.
Meanwhile here are some of my top spring/summer blogs in case you need a style fix!
In this week’s blog, I’m sharing 3 ideas for layering up your summer outfits so that you can stay comfortable (and stylish), whatever the temperature, until it’s time to dig out the boots and the knits!
This summer I’ve really embraced the humble shirt. I’ve been loving wearing my shirts in different ways and thought that since they are most definitely not just summer appropriate AND they happen to be a firm fashion favourite for autumn winter, I’d share my ideas with you.
Many of you asked for more information about why I think using packing cubes is such a good idea, so in today’s blog I’ve covered all the reasons I now wouldn’t ever travel without them! Honestly, the speed and ease of packing and organising your luggage is hugely satisfying both for packing up before you leave, unpacking (or not!) on arrival and then packing up again at the end of your holiday.
Are you a hand-luggage-only traveller or do you almost always opt to check a suitcase into the hold? In this week’s blog, I’m sharing my very best packing tip to ensure peace of mind when you travel.
Throwing on a dress on a warm summer’s day is such an easy outfit choice. I used to believe I wasn’t a dress person. I thought that my body was the wrong shape and whenever I tried to wear a lovely dress, I felt ‘wrong’. Maybe you’ve felt like this is in the past too? If so, this blog is for you.
This week, I’m asking you to think about the contents of your wardrobe. Where do you feel your wardrobe supports you, in terms of having plenty of great options to wear that fit well and feel good?
Are you in need of a style upgrade? I know that many of my clients were aware of this need for a long time, sometimes years, before they reached out to get help. And each and every time this happens, they tell me they wish they’d done it sooner.
Living in a country where the weather is often unpredictable, I see a coat or jacket as almost the most important part of your outfit. Not only is it a practical purchase, keeping you warm and dry, it’s also the first thing people see when you turn up to an event and is part of the first impression you make.
Print is a BIG topic and this might be why you find it difficult to pick ones that feel good to you and your personal style. There is so much to consider when it comes to choosing a print or any kind of embellishment in your outfits. To help you, here are my top tips on how to find your best patterns that work for your personal style.
Finding your true style and buying clothes and creating outfits that work for you as an individual is one of the most empowering things you can do for yourself.