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0.07 I feel like I’m never stylish – it that my lack of shape means clothes don’t fit or flatter? I’m short too which doesn’t help – any suggestions?
2.39 – I’d love to wear dresses and skirts but tend to always wear trousers and tops because I’m overweight. I find it hard to dress up! I also recently bought a bowler hat but haven’t had the courage to wear it yet.
5.43 – My style shifts with different workplaces, cultures and activities and I”m quite non-conformist, whilst also being comfort orientated. I could like to add a piece or two from current trends to wear with my existing wardrobe. How to do this?
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0.10 – Very Petite Dilemmas – it’s so impossible to find clothes and shoes to fit and when you are a size 14 or have a large bust what are you to do?
4.40 – I have a very hard time getting rid of things I have had and loved for decades that are still in good shape. Any tips on what to keep and how to know it’s truly classic and what to let go of?
10.39 – I’m cool, dark and smoky (Sophisticated) and am looking for blush and lipstick colours – are there any that are truly universal?
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Thanks so much for sharing your valuable styling tips, Imogen! I like this format of answering style questions on video.