The Finishing Touch – How to Accessorize ebook



I’m really excited to announce that I’ve finished my latest ebook The Finishing Touch: perfecting the art of accessorizing.

With chapters on

  • Shoes
  • Handbags
  • Glasses
  • Scarves
  • Jewellery
  • Hats
  • Hair Accessories

running to over 100 pages with heaps of new colour illustrations and information this ebook is packed with advice on how to choose accessories to flatter your face and figure.

Here’s a quick video to tell you more about it

Normally $19.95 I’ve a special discount price for launch week (ends 21 June 2011) for my lovely blog readers  – you pay $14.95 when you use the promo code INSIDEACCESS   – get your copy of The Finishing Touch

Want to know what Sue Donnelly, author of The 80/20 Makeover,  Heading South and Feel Fab at 50 thinks about it?  Read her review on her blog Feel Fab at 50.

And  here is another reader’s feedback:

The Finishing Touch is like a written down session with Imogen, there’s heaps of useful information about different types and sizes of accessories to choose, how to pull together ‘a look’ and why certain styles work well together.  I find Imogen’s thoughts on scale & placement of accessories to be particularly helpful.  I used to be too scared to wear accessories in case they weren’t right for me, or I’d wear things that clearly didn’t work – now I can accessorise with confidence! Emma Watt

And the winner of the competition to name it is Christine from Sabluco – and she’s just started a new blog, go and check it out.


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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