Do you have any ‘disappointing’ drawers? This came up in a recent conversation with one of my lovely clients. When we got together to discuss her focus for her autumn/winter wardrobe, she told me that her wardrobe is looking pretty good for winter but she found her knitwear drawer disappointing.
Where are your wardrobe gaps? A big part of this is wardrobe management. When your wardrobe is over-stuffed, it’s difficult to see what you have and you’re likely to just wear the same few outfits.
Whether you are a magazine reader or you like to follow style and beauty tips online, I bet you’ve read some of the potentially damaging ‘tips’ that I’m disputing in today’s blog.
How much time do you spend pondering what to wear, when you have something in your diary which requires you to level up your style? Here are my steps to finding your very own outfit formula.
Behind the scenes look at a wardrobe of one of my clients, Kate Wolf.
How is your coat collection looking? Read my guide and see what you’ve got covered and where your gaps might be. I feel that there are two important categories for most women at this time of year, a lightweight causal summer jacket and a gorgeous rain coat for those pesky drizzly days.
Do you find clothes shopping takes longer than you’d like because of your size? And when you do find pieces you like, you worry that they might not be flattering?
Most women’s weight fluctuates over a month. Make your jeans bigger or smaller depending on the day!
I want to see a world where every woman knows she is beautiful. No matter her age, shape, size, or physicality.
A coat is not simply to keep you warm and dry. It’s a huge part of your outfit. It’s the first thing people see and sometimes the only thing they see, if you are outside. It’s not enough to spend time putting together a lovely outfit. What goes on top can either add an extra layer of gorgeousness or totally ruin the look.