What I Wore and Weekend Reading 3 March

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A couple of outfits from the past week – both would fit into the comfy casual relaxed style book!
maxi skirt and split sleeve tee
Maxi from Target and a tee from Boo Radley

white jeans and a cardigan
And then there are my nice Zara summer jeans in white with a cardi (weather has been warm then cool!)

personal stylist training, colour consultant training

If you’ve ever thought about doing what I do, why not check out my personal stylist and image consultant training website – did you know that not only do we offer classroom training (next training starts in May) we also have a distance learning program available which you can do from anywhere in the world?

A fascinating TED Talk on Beauty – must watch (all the way to the end).

Did “that dress” look black and blue or gold and white to you?  Well here is some interesting information about colour perception – how many colours do you see here?

Is fashion dead?  According to  famous trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort our current fashion system is passed it’s used by date and I have to agree with her  – read on!

I sometimes get asked where I live in Australia – and the answer is Melbourne – a fabulous city (and I’m not the only one to think this).

For you sewers out there I loved this post that demystifies choosing a sewing pattern and Anne shares some of her most trustworthy pattern finds plus her tips (she trained with me as a colour and image consultant so knows her stuff!)

Great tip on how to hang your sweaters/jumpers/pullovers without getting those nasty stretched shoulders from Clinton Kelly

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  • Article on how many colors do you see:
    – I saw 37ish colors and I like yellow and have lots in my wardrobe. I find my sister has a weird (in my opinion) range of colors in her wardrobe so maybe she has different cones to me.
    – I thought ‘the dress’ was white and gold and it was only when I watched a video clip from Ellen that I realized how deep blue and how black the dress was. So that bit I don’t understand!
    – Interesting reading. Thanks

  • I can’t say “yes” enough about the positives of joining Evolve Your Style and 7 Steps to Style. Working through the daily challenges of Evolve Your Style opened my mind to so many facets about what I wear daily – and how I wear these very same clothes. Do they really suit me? Do they work in my “real world”? Are they becoming color-wise? Or do they drain the color from my face? Do they make me look more youthful? Or do I look older? More confidant? Or as if I’m hoping you don’t notice me? It has opened up new possibilities, allowed me to see what works, and what doesn’t, and started the process of introducing myself to the “real me”. Working my way through the 7 Steps has shown me the hows and whys of why clothes work or don’t work for me. I’ve had the privilege of meeting and working right alongside women of various ages throughout the world, caring women who have kindly given me helpful, insightful feedback….and have in the course of it become my friends. And most importantly, I’ve gained insight into who I really am, and am learning the hows of presenting this real “me”, the beautiful “me”. Others form a lasting impression in the first 20 seconds they meet me, or so I’ve read, and I want them to meet this new, beautiful “me”. Thank you, Imogen, for giving me the information, the tips, the knowledge to make this happen.

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