Asymmetrical dress by Alfia Galimova

My Style: Asymmetry

Another element of my style is that I am rather fond of asymmetry in garments. I love the diagonal line – it creates movement and action and for me a little quirky interest too. Balance and symmetry are great (and people who have a preference for Classic clothing tend to avoid asymmetry), but it’s something…

How to make a monochromatic outfit more interesting

How to Make a Monochromatic Outfit Interesting

  Monochromatic, meaning one colour (read up on the definition here), outfits can look extremely sophisticated and gorgeous, or if you’re not careful, a little boring and plain.  So how do you ensure that your monochromatic outfits are stylish and sophisticated not dull? Jill Chivers of Shop Your Wardrobe and I discuss ways to put…

Change your outfit by changing your accessory

How to Choose Accessories to Match Your Personality and Occasion

Hi Imogen, It seems that different personalities especially regards to accessories, associated with a certain refinement level. For example elegant chic & classic seems accessories that associated with mainly level 1 or maybe 2. Relaxed person associated with refinement level 3, or maybe 2. However everybody has life situation that involve various refinement levels. Many…

Frocktober Week 1 2014

This week in Frocktober this is what I wore: Dress is by Ann Taylor, cardigan from Witchery, ring from the sadly missed Penny who I’m honouring with this challenge. Dress is from Robyn Mathieson, cardigan from Big W, jacket was a gift, necklaces from Forever 21, shoes are Gamins. Channelling 20s Style thanks to the…

Evolve Your Style Testimonials

EVOLVE YOUR STYLETESTIMONIALS See what others have said about the program “I am having fun and have already learned plenty. Your guide and workbook, where I was challenged to examine the image I’d like to project through my clothes was something I’d never done before. And I was able to see the outfits I’d been…

How to Layer Summer Dresses

How to Layer Summer Dresses

Spring in Melbourne is a period of unstable weather. 30C /86F one day, then 17C/62F the next. This makes dressing a little trickier, plus you get those cooler mornings with warmer days. This week for my Frocktober post I’m sharing how to layer summer dresses for spring and autumn, those often more temperamental seasons that…