Posts Tagged ‘colour and style’

Susan is a style doctor, who does house calls – offering first aid for your wardrobe in any part of New Zealand… Suggest the idea to a group of friends (may be your book club) and Susan will come to your part of the country to empower, inform and energise you and your wardrobe. A […]


I’m a style doctor, who does house calls – offering first aid for your wardrobe in any part of New Zealand… and I am heading to the Wairarapa and Wellington area January 6 – 12. Looking forward to checking out the cafes and wine too of course! Call me free in New Zealand on: 0508 […]


This article ’10 rules for dressing this winter’ was in Friday’s NZ Herald. But just a couple of cautions for you! Caution on “Thou shalt wear black”….   sometimes difficult not to wear black as many shops stock more black than anything else.  But if black is not your best colour, throw on a scarf in […]


  Then a colours consultation is the best way to ensure you wear the colours that suit you. Most New Zealand women have a love affair with black clothing, but if black is not your best colour why not wear what looks great on you. And this season colour is “the new black.” Harmony is […]


Want to hear “you look great” more often? Have personal presence? Discover how to look and feel your best everyday? Have a wardrobe that works for you? What shape and garment length will flatter and enhance you? Amazing how a few centimetres or changed angle can make a huge difference. Discover how you can dress […]


Colour is what we notice first about someone – wearing the right colour creates great first impressions. Do your colours support or undermine you? A colours consultation is a once in a lifetime investment to give you colour confidence to select the right colour and realise your full potential. Discover the positive effects of wearing […]


Australia’s new Prime Minister, Julia Guillard chose a white suit for her press conference to announce the date of the election.  And New Zealand’s former Prime Minister, Helen Clark wore a white jacket for her billboards for the last election.   White is not a colour that suits either women, do they think that voters will […]