Here’s your question for today.
When you’re out shopping, or just staring at your current wardrobe, ask yourself – What would my style icon wear?
It’s one of the tips I suggest to clients once we’ve got their Style Statement created, but you can start asking yourself right now if you like.
One of my icons I have is Iris Apfel, though I imagine her as half her age (i.e. mine) and a minimalist. That may sound confusing, but for me it means outrageous clothes, just less of them.
If I’m deciding…
I met an amazing woman recently, (mind you, women in general are amazing, so no surprise there) at The Riveter, a co-working space I belong to in Seattle. Her name is Lisette Austin, and besides all the wonderful work she does with the Suquamish Research & Strategic Development Dept / Suquamish Foundation she is also a whiz at teaching you how to travel for next to nothing (her last flight to Portugal cost her $60) under the name Jet Set Lisette. Cool, right?
She’s also very stylish – we had a…
I was asked the other day “What should I wear on a date?”
Ah… I don’t know.
But I’ll help you work it out.
We’ve all been told the importance of first impressions and usually, we want a date to go well, otherwise, we’d stay home and watch Netflix.
I’m also going to assume you want to look good.
In my experience, if whoever is organizing the date is thoughtful and someone you want to know better, they provide helpful information. The savvy ones send you a link to the restaurant/event so th…
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Life is too short to spend time trying to find that missing shoe, jeans that may or may not be in the wash and those earrings you wore to your last work event and possibly left at your boyfriend’s.
Half the battle of getting dressed is having an organized wardrobe.
It doesn’t really matter how you organize your closet – color, season, sections, as long as the system makes sense to you.
Personally, I’ll often group clothing by outfit – a jacket that goes with a particular shirt and trousers go…
I passed Eileen Fisher last Tuesday (the Bellevue store, not the designer) and dashed in to check what they had in blue.
One of my delightful clients adores that color and Eileen Fisher is a brand that works with her values and style. (One of the exercises I do with clients is checking that their values align with their clothing choices.)
I found a lovely loose floating wrap and pretty blue scarves, so snapped photos and sent them off to her. I don’t usually go shopping with clients or for the…
Prosperous clothing doesn’t mean expensive.
To be truly prosperous, clothing needs to make you feel great and be in good condition.
I suggest that you regularly check your clothing, item by item.
- Tears and rips should only be deliberate.
- Bras should fit without sags, gaps, stretched straps – straps are not meant for full support, the back is.
- Elastic and necklines shouldn’t be stretched, no stains, no “bobbles,” (I think you call it piling here).
- Nothing you don’t really like wearing but…