Come Alive with Colour Workshop Saturday 19 March 2011

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Come Alive with Colour – Workshop – Saturday 19 March 2011 10am – 12 noon

Wearing the best colours for you will make you look healthier, happier, younger, more vibrant and help you project a really positive image. Remember the last time someone commented on how well you looked? What were you wearing? You’ll probably find out that it was one of your best colours.
Just think about all the clothes you’ve bought over the years that either are worn once or never worn, and take up valuable wardrobe space – why is it that you don’t wear the item? Maybe it’s because the colour doesn’t suit you, and doesn’t make you feel good. The Come Alive with Colour workshop is an investment in your future wardrobe, and an investment in you – if you look good, you’ll feel good, and will project a positive image that others will pick up on and reflect back to you.
During this workshop you’ll be draped and discover your best colour direction, receive comprehensive colour notes about wearing your best colours, and come to understand what really works best for you and your individual features. Participants will receive their personal colour swatch and comprehensive colour guide to take home.
Investment: $150
Location: Doncaster East, Victoria
Email me today to book your spot, places limited.

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I'm not sure if it's for you but how would you feel if you learned all about the colours and styles of clothing that suit your individual personality, shape and style? Just imagine what it would be like when you can open your wardrobe and pull together fabulous outfits that make you look and feel amazing every day? If you'd like to stop wasting money on the wrong clothes and accessories plus join an amazing bunch of very special women also on their style journey - then my 7 Steps to Style program is right for you. Find out more here.

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