How do the 5 art principles of beauty relate to fashion and style – and how to have style when you don’t follow or care about fashion – Find out more about this topic on the accompanying blog post The Aesthetics of Beauty and Style and How They Relate to Fashion
Where do You Start in Building a New and Stylish Wardrobe? What are some strategies to help you create a great wardrobe without wasting lots of money on the wrong clothes?
How to Choose Shoes with Style When You Have Foot Issues – bunions and other foot issues mean that choosing shoes to go with outfits and still look stylish is tricky – get tips here and also read the accompanying blog post here:
How to choose and wear skirts and dresses and not feel overdressed in a relaxed environment.
What are the right kind of basic or staple garments for you? Should they be simple and understated or more intersting and detailed? Find out more and see pictures on the accompanying blog post: Do You Need Interesting Basics or Understated Staple Garments in Your Wardrobe?
Tips on Wardrobe Decluttering – with Imogen Lamport and Jill Chivers.
Discover tips on how to find your authentic style – your style essence – your style DNA – so that you feel truly confident and at home in your clothing and style – get more tips on the accompanying blog post here: Tips on Finding and Defining Your Authentic Style DNA
How each of the 16 Style Types – psychological types as defined by Jung and Myers Briggs will dress and express themselves differently. Read the accompanying blog posts here for more tips and examples How to Express Your Personality Through Your Personal Style
How do you dress prefoessionally at work when you find traditional clothing constrictive and uncomfortable? How do you make your more casual style look professional and appropriate for the workplace?
Do you worry that your outfits have to be perfect? That you don’t want to wear something for fear of being ‘wrong’ and potentially laughed at? Discover why being wrong is actually something that can improve your style.
What’s realistic with regards to the style rules? What is enough? Should you strive for perfect or is good enough – good enough? When should you be satisfied? Find out more on the accompanying blog post here: Style Rules – Is there Such a Thing as the Perfect Outfit?
You know that adding a hero garment (statement item) to your outfit always makes it more exciting. Hero garments are frequently patterns, but what if you don’t like prints – how do you add heroes in solid colours that still have that impace? Find out more on the accompanying blog post here: Can There Be…
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: What to Do When You Don’t Like Some of the…
How to Dress to Be Taken Seriously in a Corporate Environment When Your Colouring Doesn’t Suit Traditional Corporate Neutrals
What to wear when you have a low contrast, light colouring or high colour contrast that don’t look great in traditional business colours and contrast – how to dress to be taken seriously and still look great. Find out more on the accompanying blog post www.insideoutstyleblog.com
Do you hunt or gather when you shop? Do you grab and go, or do you fossick around when shopping? Discover more about shopping styles and how your personality may influence how you shop. Find out more on the accompanying blog post – https://insideoutstyleblog.com/2018/04/hunter-or-a-gatherer-shopping-style.html
How to transition your wardrobe from one colour palette to another – something that happens when you age, or have a radical hair colours change. Find out more on the accompanying blog post: https://insideoutstyleblog.com/2018/03/transitioning-colour-palettes.html