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Celine’s Favourite Blog Posts

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Celine from France shares her favourite blog posts, the ones that have made a big difference for her. I have found so many blog posts helpful. Here are just a few: Dressing to Look Taller, Column of color, Body Shape Bible O and Shape H, Tips for Going gray Stylish after 40, Warm weather capsule info. Column…

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Readers Favourite blog posts

Katie’s Favourite Blog Posts

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The other day one of my Evolvers (that’s what the Evolve Your Style  members call themselves over on their community page) mentioned how much a certain blog post had impacted on her and her style journey.  That got me thinking that many of you may have favourite blog posts and so I asked readers to…

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Professionality – A Blog Worth Checking Out

Professionality – A Blog Worth Checking Out

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Today I want to feature a fellow image consultant’s blog, one that you may not have found yourself, but one that I enjoy checking out. It’s written by Dawn Stanyon of the Emily Post Institute and has lots of short posts about what to wear in the workplace, how to interpret fashion trends in an…

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Resources for the Dplus Cup Gal

Resources for the Dplus Cup Gal

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Darlene Campbell and me at the AICI Conference You will be aware that I wrote a blog post for Angie at You Look Fab on how to dress your full bust.  I also want to share with you some other resources about for the more well endowed woman. Dbusted is a Melbourne based online webstore, Phillipa…

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Plus Size Fashion

Plus Size Fashion

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Teer Wayde Last week I went to the Nuffnang Christmas party and I met a group of great Melbourne bloggers.  One of them who I want to introduce you to is Teer of Curves to Kill.  Teer writes about plus size fashion and has lots of tips on where to buy great plus size fashions…

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Blogs by Image Consultants

Blogs by Image Consultants

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. .Today I thought I’d share with you for some of their different blogs and persepectives from  AICI Image Consultants from around the globe. From Denise Ng, here is a post on The Yin and Yang of Style From Aileen Lane – 5 Must Have’s for Autumn and Winter this year From Judith Rasband – 3 Components for an…

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Sugar Doll Award – Merci!

Sugar Doll Award – Merci!

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Lovely Metscan has bestowed upon me the Sugar Doll blog award. As a recipient, I must divulge 10 aspects of my life and/or personality; the giver should mention the person who bestowed the award ( please re-read the above ). The reader then passes onto 15 blogs she loves and finally must notify the new…

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Wardrobe Capsule Challenge

Wardrobe Capsule Challenge

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I was over on Jane’s blog The Small Fabric of My Life and she’s doing another capsule challenge – 10 items of clothing (including shoes) 5 accessories (underwear/hoisery allowed as extras so I’ve slipped in a pair of leggings) 1 week with a different outfit each day. So here I’ve put together a quick polyvore…

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Weekend Reading

Weekend Reading

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I discovered this via Too Much Information – as we don’t get the US Glamour Magazine here, not something that was on my radar – but interesting none-the-less. It’s about the excitement created by this photo of this gorgeous model in the September issue of the magazine. Read about it here. And from Smart Company…

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Happy 1st Birthday!

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I’ve just realised that I’ve just passed my 1 year anniversary for this blog! I can’t believe how fast it’s gone, and sometimes how many topics and posts I’ve managed to come up with, with still many more ideas burbling round my head as forthcoming posts. Tonight, I shall be celebrating with some champagne (or…

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You are a great Fashion Read Award!

You are a great Fashion Read Award!

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I received this award from the thoughtful and stylish LPC at Privilege. Thanks SO much! LPC’s blog is an eclectic mix of things from her life and her interest, from exercise to fashion, from midlife to food, all from her high wasp perspective (which is interesting to me as WASPS are not something we have…

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