More colour and style questions answered by Imogen Lamport

Your Colour and Style Questions Answered on Video: 14

In This Video 0.10am Can you explain how you determine clear vs muted colouring? 7.23 Can a colour or neutral be neither warm nor cool? 9.30 I have 20 signature colours – how do I determine the best ones? Personal Colour Analysis Understanding Colour Systems and Personal Colour Analysis https://insideoutstyleblog.com/2010/12/personal-colour-analysis-finding-the-harmony.html Personal Colour Analysis Training Universal…

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Your Colour and Style Questions Answered on Video: 13 – Fit Issues, Online Shopping, Uniform Dressing, Changing Hair Colour, Proportional Dressing

Your Questions Answered in this video: 0.15 Why do all my waistbands roll down? What can I do about it? 5.10 Can you chat about Uniform dressing? I’m thinking it could be useful 12.04 How can I tell if a shoulder seam needs to be right on the shoulders or dropped? Fit Issues How to…

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…

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 Look for When Choosing Dresses and Skirts for Relaxed and Casual Environments

6 Things to Look for When Choosing Dresses and Skirts for Relaxed and Casual Environments

Dresses and skirts are great alternatives to jeans and shorts (and athleisure wear) for in relaxed environments, yet so many women worry that they will be overdressed if they choose to wear these as dresses and skirts are often associated more with more formal attire. What to Look for When Choosing Dresses and Skirts for…