What I Wore and Some Weekend Reading 21 Feb

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dress and denim jacketCasual Sunday in a Verily knit dress with a denim jacket.

blue and green

How gorgeous is this necklace?  It’s lace! (close up coming soon)  I got it off the Etsy Epuu which I wore with my cobalt blue target skirt and cami, and shrug from Jigsaw.

white outfit

Coolish day today and had a networking lunch to attend, so wore my white jeans from Zara with a white asymmetric top from Boo Radley with navy silk jacket (bought it in New Zealand a few years ago) and shoes from Clarks (they are comfy for a heel and not too high, good nude for my skin).

floral skirt and pink

Feeling all floral and pink for a lovely summers day.  Skirt is from Forever New and top from Boo Radley plus wearing my Uberkate Jewels personalised blog necklace (it says Inside Out Style on it).

blue and white

Back into my lace necklace today with a lace skirt from Portmans.

Now for some weekend reading!

Great explanation of colour properties

Marianne shares what she’s excited about doing this Autumn in Melbourne – what do you like to do in Autumn?

Beauty Mommy shares her 5 hacks for Gorgeous Mum style (which really work for anyone, you don’t have to be a mum)

Loved this post on why we keep what we keep but shouldn’t in our wardrobe – what are you keeping that you really should get rid of?

And some great articles in the latest AICI Global magazine

Boomer Girls Guide shares how she’s creating a wardrobe from her colours palette

and to top off my week I got this lovely  testimonial from one of the people completing my 7 Steps to Style program.

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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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  • Hi Imogen! Thanks for the shout out, girl! Glad you enjoyed the article (top 5 reasons we keep stuff in our closet that we don’t like want or need) and I’m SURE you’ve come across the same darn things in your work! In fact… I’m curious? Would those be your top 5 as well??? Again, thank you! xo Stasia

    • Hi Stasia – Pleasure to share! yes they are very common reasons – the other ones I commonly get a lot are:

      But I only wear it at home (it’s too crap to wear out of the house)
      I just need to find something to wear with it (why waste more money on something that doesn’t work buying something else?)
      But it’s still got good wear left in it (but it’s dated and is making you look old fashioned, and not in a good way)
      And then there are the people who don’t want to throw anything out as they fear that they will have nothing to wear (but they’re not wearing it anyway most of the time!) that’s quite a psychological reason)

      Some of the challenges in my Evolve Your Style program are aimed at trying to weed out these items from wardrobes by making you really assess their value in it! Wardrobes are a fascinating psychological insight into a person.

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