Not Sure About That Outfit? Take a photo instead of trusting what you see in the mirror.
I’m not a traditional stylist. To me, that conjures up images of intimidating well dressed and fashionable people telling you what to wear, in what combination and how to accessorize.
My role is to help women create their own individual style which empowers them to dress as their true selves. Saying that, I do love a good declutter. I spent last Tuesday with Shilpa, decluttering her wardrobe and …
I was at a consignment store the other day. Just checking – do you know what consignment is?
It’s when you take clothing to a store and they sell on your behalf.
I have clients that sell through or buy from them for a variety of reasons. Some like the recycling aspect, some like that they have to put no effort into selling clothes they no longer want. Consignment stores usually take about 40% of the sale price, so it’s not always profitable, but you can also use the money you make for store cr…
There are times when you should say “no thank you,” to an outfit. This also applies to people, activities and invitations.
I talked about “not right now” in my last email, as in when we say “not right now,” to something it can be a way of avoiding saying no…or that we are making excuses to move forward. What are you saying “not right now,” to when it comes to your personal style?
Is there an item of clothing (or person, activity or invitation) you are saying “not right now,” to that should be …
Kia Ora (it’s how we say hello in New Zealand)
I was asked a question the other day.
A wonderful woman I was working with was discussing her activity wheel with me (it’s an exercise I do that assesses if you have enough clothing for what your current lifestyle).
Lisa looked over at me and asked. “How much clothing is enough?”
It was a great question. I’d never put it into words before. Each woman is different and what is enough for you, might be too much for someone else – or too little.
Kia Ora (hello)!
I liked her a lot and we had a whale of a time dancing (where did that expression come from???). This woman is smart, funny, quirky, a bit alternative, cares deeply about her family and holds her…