Weekend Reading: Personal Style

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How do you dress in a  minimalistic fashion, without being boring – Une Femme has some brilliant ideas.

How do you like your style to be described?  What would you rather people don’t call you? Audi at Fashion for Nerds lets you in on hers.

From Retro Chick  comes some great ways to update your wardrobe on a budget – vintage style.

Frugal Scholar has some interesting thoughts on Cost Per Wear – worth considering!

Who do you want to look like?  Is there a style you love but think you can’t carry off?  Sal at Already Pretty has some great tips to help you.

I love this post by Building a Colourful Life – how to think about your wardrobe and all the different aspects of your lifestyle.

Thoughts from Middle Ageless about reflecting the inner you in your clothing choices.

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3 Comments

  • Hi Imogen —

    Thanks much for the shout-out!

    I hope my tongue-partially-in-cheek "how to assess what you should wear for PITA occasions" advice doesn't scare the horses.

    But then since you give such great (serious!) tips I don't have to, ha!

  • Thanks so much for the mention. I am a long-time reader of your wonderful blog–though I don't comment as much as I should.

  • Thanks Imogen…I tried to email you at the addy shown under contact AND the one through which we have previously corresponded and both came back with "permanent fatal error. No such address." Gah! It must be an Ozzie/Canuck thing. R. xox

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