A Pop Of Red

20 Dec

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One way to add impact and interest to your outfit, is to add a pop of color.

While the easiest options are colored shoes or a colored bag, they’re certainly not all that’s available to you.

Here’s some ideas to get you thinking…

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*Make sure you don’t overdo the amount of colors you wear in one outfit.  While some clever people can combine several different colors very well, for most of us it’s a good idea (so that we don’t appear confused) to limit ourselves to only a couple. (As demonstrated above)

See me wearing a pop of red here, here, here, and here.

READ: The Red Lip here 

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Where I Learnt About Tailoring

1 Dec

Much of what I know about tailoring and how clothes should fit, I learnt from Jose.

He’s been doing alterations to my clothes for about 15 years – while I’ve been observing and absorbing everything he does and asking him hundreds of (possibly annoying) questions, quizzing him on why he’s doing what he’s doing, what can be done, what can’t be done, where should a shoulder sit, a sleeve finish, etc, etc)

If you need anything made or altered go and see Jose Zarpan and tell him I sent you. He’s on Level 3 in the Nicholas Building, Swanson St, Melbourne.    (You can read what some of my clients who I have introduced Jose to, said about working with him on my Facebook page here)

*This is not a sponsored post, and I don’t receive any “kickbacks”/commission from Jose, I just think he’s very good and am very happy to highly recommend him.

READ: “What I Learnt About Style From My Mum” here

Details of my Personal Styling Services are here

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A Personal Styling Experience Gift..

22 Nov

Personal Styling Gift Voucher

If you’re still trying to come up with a unique and thoughful gift idea for a friend or loved one (or yourself 😉 ) for Christmas, don’t forget about my Styling Experience Gift Certificates.

You can either purchase a particular experience or give a dollar value and let the recipient choose for themselves.

I’ll be posting my last batch of cards out on the morning of Monday 18 December but I also have an email version of the voucher that can be sent out to you a little later.

You can find all the details of my Gift Certificates (and my Personal Styling Experiences) here.

You can read what some recipients of the voucher have said about their experience here 

Get to know more about me and my style on Facebook here
..& Instagram here

How To Feminise An Outfit

21 Nov

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If you put an outfit together and it feels a little more masculine than you’d like, try feminising it.

For example, a polo shirt and a pair of chinos.

Together or on their own they may not feel feminine enough for you. (Of course it depends on your personal style, your personality, the image you want to portray, etc.)

In this case Ines de la Fressange has piled on and layered several pieces of jewellery  (She’s also carrying quite a “ladylike” bag).

Some things (like dresses) can be thrown on and they instantly feel right, and others (parkas, boyfriend jeans, shorts, brogues, cotton shirts, etc, etc) often need some styling to achieve the desired look.  (and feel)

Adding jewelry is not the only way to feminise an outfit. Experiment!  (Or give me a yell and I’ll help you 🙂 )

READ: “An alternative to your jeans” here

Details of my Personal Styling Services are here

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