Essentials You Need to Know About How The Size and Density of a Print Impacts on its Value Contrast

3 Essentials You Need to Know About How The Size and Density of a Print Impacts on its Value Contrast

Dear Imogen, I am a big fan of your contrast series. I had never known about this concept before, and often kept myself wondering why some particular outfit felt off to me – but couldn’t quite put my finger on it. It all really boiled down to contrast levels! I am amazed that so few…

Brilliant Tricks of the Clothing Magician – How to Highlight and Camouflage for Figure Flattery

When you’re thinking about how to flatter your body and enhance it in a way that makes you happy, there are a few ‘tricks of the trade’ that make it easier to decide what to wear (and what to avoid when you’re shopping so you don’t keep making expensive mistakes). How does the magician create…

Finding activewear in great colours

Sportswear that Isn’t Black and is Stylish, Mission Impossible?

SPORTSWEAR/ HIKING WEAR etc: how to assemble small capsules of technical clothing for sporting activities, when shapes and colours are often very limited. What are the few things to do to adapt such clothes to ones own personality and needs? Long gone are the days when you wore a baggy old men’s (or promotional) tee…

What to Do When You Don’t Like Some of the Colours in Your Ideal Colour Palette

So you’ve had a personal colour analysis and you just don’t like some of the colours in your palette – what to do? How to adjust to them? Can you learn to love them? Find out more on the accompanying podcast episode blog post here: https://insideoutstyleblog.com/2018/04/what-to-do-when-you-dont-like-some-of-the-colours-in-your-palette.html

How to look powerful in the workplace when the traditional business colours don't flatter you

How to Dress to Be Taken Seriously in a Corporate Environment When Your Colouring Doesn’t Suit Traditional Corporate Colours

How can you help others hear your message and be taken seriously in the workplace when the traditional business colours (dark cool neutrals in a high contrast with a light top) don’t suit you, either because your overall ideal value is light and dark colours look heavy, or you are high colour contrast and you…