Posts Tagged ‘declutter wardrobe’

I’m a style doctor, who does house calls – offering first aid for your wardrobe in any part of New Zealand… and I’m heading to Taupo and Rotorua  Late June, 2013. Suggest the idea to a group of friends (may be your book club) and I’ll come to your part of the country to empower, […]


What will we buy to fill in the gaps and update our look? It is a season of colour and prints and something for everyone – be bold, be colourful, be playful, be pretty, have fun. Go for the graphic geometric prints or go wild with animal prints. Don’t be afraid to combine different patterns […]


Susan’s is in Rotorua Aug 3-4. Email Susan for an appointment to advise remedies for your wardrobe ailments. 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 […]


From the believe it or not category…  the average wardrobe holds around $8000 worth of unused or underused clothing.   The calculation from  http://www.FatCat.com.au makes this assessment or the presumption that most women own 100 significant items of clothing.   If the average cost of each piece is $100 (totaling $10,000) and if the owner is only […]


As you get older it can become more difficult to find where you fit in. There is a difference between fashion and style – in the words of Coco Chanel: “Fashion fades, but style is eternal”. If you look good in straight leg trousers, for example, you don’t compromise your look by wearing pants with […]


Yes, most of the shops have that alluring word splashed over their windows now.   And yes you can find good bargains, but make sure they really are bargains.   The cost  per wear principle still applies.    And, believe it or not, sometimes the sale item can end up the most expensive item in your wardrobe, even […]


Texture is important for winter and some designers have given their garments a striped appearance using texture with exterior seam detail, which gives the effect of stripes, but in a more subtle, but still interesting way. Ruffles give the feminine touch. Velvet gives a luxurious finish and sumptuous look to any garment – be wary […]