Archive for the ‘Wardrobe’ Category

I’ll be in Wellington November 14 – 20, 2016. Let me know if you want to get together, go shopping. I will also be checking out David Jones. #styleanalysis#wardrobeaudit #personalshopper #davidjones #wellingtonstyle Advertisements


I’m a style doctor, who does house calls – offering first aid for your wardrobe in any part of New Zealand. I’m heading down to the Rotorua, Tauranga and Whakatane area over March 24 – 27. I’ll come to you and empower, inform and energise you and your wardrobe. Suggest the idea to a group of friends, may be your book club. […]


We all know café breaks are part of a shopping day, but now you can find both under the same roof. The Shelter in Mackelvie St, Ponsonby opened a few weeks ago – the brainchild of Auckland designer, Vicki Taylor. Of course, Vicki’s stunning label, Taylor, is a foundation label in the new complex, but […]


Cobalt blue is strong and directional and luckily there are several shades of blue , so most colourways will find one to suit. This flowing summer style from Jane Daniels’ collection is complemented with silver jewellery. If bold colours and blocking are not to your liking, then pattern is the fashionable alternative. No need to […]


Perfect for the Clear and Dramatics, and some of the Clear and Brights can wear black and white together. It is interesting how neither black nor white alone are good for the Clear and Brights, but put them together in a pattern and the sharp contrast of black and crisp white makes it clear and […]


Colour is the new black. Don’t you love every season the way designers announce what the new black is and will be for the coming months. Colour this summer is BRIGHT – yes, neon and fluorescent bright – orange, hot pink, yellow, turquoise, lime, all good colours for the Clear and Brights and some for […]


Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge’s wardrobe choice today in Blenheim was perfect. The sky may not have been blue, but the sky blue of the Alexander McQueen coat was radiant, surprisingly strong for a soft shade. The design of the coat was clever, from the front – elegant and simple, buttoned up to the neck. […]