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Welcome and thanks for stopping by.  I’m Imogen Lamport AICI CIP and live in Melbourne Australia with my family (2 kids and 2 step kids plus gorgeous husband) and crazy whippet Cleo (that’s her in the masthead, she likes to photobomb me).

I really appreciate you taking the time to check out Inside Out Style and hope you find some useful information.  I’m a professionally trained and internationally certified Image Consultant (personal stylist) and a Certified Type Practioner and I love to share what I know so that you can stop wasting money on clothes that don’t work and discover the ones that make you look and feel fabulous.

Inside Out Style is an award-winning blog:

No. 1 Australian Style Blog 2018 – Feedspot
No. 24 Top 40 Personal Stylist You Tube Channels 2018 – Feedspot
No. 34 Top 100 Fashion Blogs 2017 – Feedspot

My passion is to help women of all ages and sizes look and feel great every day with easy style solutions.  I love to share my knowledge gleaned through years of working with lots of personal styling clients to assist you in creating a wardrobe that works for every aspect of your life.  I cover the ABCs of Image – that’s Appearance, Behaviour and Communication and believe that who you are should be expressed through your image in an authentic manner so that you really feel like you, not someone trying to be someone or follow a fashion trend that just doesn’t work for you.

Imogen Lamport

Discover Your Style

Free eBooks and Resources

Style is not just about the latest fashion but how you as an individual put together your looks and express yourself through your clothing and image.

Try the following great downloads, tools and resources to find, discover and manage your style!

9 Keys to Unlocking the Style Puzzle
Body Shape Bible Quiz
Weekly Outfit Planner
3 Steps to Finding Your Ultimate Contrast Levels
Dressing to Your Contrast
Guide to Creating Wardrobe Capsules
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Develop Your Style...

Programs and Style Challenges

21 Week Style Manifesto
Evolve Your Style
7 Steps to Style
Ignite Your Style Genius
13 Essential Email Etiquette Tips You Need to Follow

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Turn your passion of fashion, colour and style into an exciting and rewarding career as a Personal Stylist and Image Consultant

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21 Comments

  • Hi Imogen – what does a 51 yo H shape wear to a party in Melbourne where there’ll be a range of ages from 17-70! I don’t want to look like either age but want to feel stylish, comfortable and age appropriate. Any ideas gratefully accepted.
    Cheers, Lynda 🙂

  • Hi Imogen. Please add me to your email list. I keep finding your work on Pinterest, and think you are terrific!

    Thanks, Ann

  • Hello,

    I’m 60 years old and going to a tim mcgraw concert. I have a black pleather jacket w fringe I want to wear. I’m pear shaped 5’2. I’m struggling with what to wear. I have white jean capris w a white top, a long sleevless light gray vneck dress, or long black dress.
    WHat would you suggest?
    Thank you

  • By using any body calculator I come out as an hourglass. I feel I look more rectangular. Bust/Waist/Hips are 39″28″39″. I’m 5’5″”, 131 lbs , and no matter what I try I fell like I look huge in clothes. Could I be a different shape than the calculators say? Constantly buying unflattering clothes and I wonder if I’m shopping for the wrong shape. I’d appreciate any advice. Thank you!

  • Hi Imogen. I’ve been reading your advise for a while now and feel that I still am not sure as to my coloring – (altho I’ve come a long way with your help!). I’m a bit of a controversy – I have natural strawberry blond hair, freckles, grey eyes, bluish undertones, but I also tan (whether self-tanners or real). I know I look good in navy, black, cobalt blue, turquoise and jade. But sometimes I look good in jewel tones and camel doesn’t (seem) to wash me out, however that’s probably the thing I struggle with the most – wondering if I look ‘washed out’. It does always help if I wear lipstick! Can you help me?

    • Hi Brenda

      I do personal colour analysis as part of my 7 Steps to Style program https://insideoutstyleblog.com/7-steps-to-style-system – without actually seeing you and working with my colour anaylsis system it’s hard for me to give you any specific or useful advice. Plus colour naming is arbitrary, apart from black and process blue – the rest of the names can mean anything. Once person’s cobalt blue is cool, another person’s is warm.

  • Hi Imogen,
    I’m 70 and walk quite bent forward due to a spinal problem. What can I wear to de-emphasize this humpback appearance? I am 5’5”, 165 lbs., and hourglass shaped. Thank you for your suggestions.

  • Hi Imogen
    Last year I had my colour analysis done by a consultant using your system and was told I was of warm colour and given a “SPICY”colour swatch to take home. My question is if I am looking on Pinterest and other websites does spicy come under Autumn colouring and is it warm,soft,deep

    Thank you for your time
    Kerry

    • There are more colours in my system than the seaasons – but Spicy is warm and light and toasted – so related to Autumn and also a softer spring

  • So how does it work? Do you hold sessions in different cities or do you meet one on one? Or is there a book we can buy?

  • Hi Imogen,

    Earlier this year I had a wardrobe consultation with a stylist who told me I could wear anything (not true!). I came away not even knowing what body shape I had and no real vision to help me move forward. It was quite frustrating, until I found your blog. From reading & studying your website, I have learned so much. Thank you for all the information you share with your readers! I am saving up to do ‘7 Steps to Style’, but in the meantime I have a question about my proportions:

    I am an X-shape, with a long neck, long torso (long rise) & short legs (wide thighs in comparison to my very thin calves). My shoulders seem to be a little wider than my hips, but everything else about me fits the X-shape description. Due to an unresolved knee injury, I am unable to wear heels to lengthen my legs…I can tolerate a maximum of 1.5cm elevation – not much to work with!

    When I don’t wear waist-defined, fairly tight-fitted clothes, on my upper half (with flat shoes) my head/torso can easily look bigger than my lower half…as though my upper body belongs to an adult & my short/skinny legs belong to a child/teen! My question is: how to wear loose/comfortable clothes (on days when I’m feeling relaxed, bloated or just don’t want to reveal so much), but keep my proportions balanced?

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