Posts Tagged ‘Making your Wardrobe Work’

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, […]


Your clothes speak before you do. Image is non-verbal communication giving you visual credibility and personal presence. A positive self-image exudes success and professionalism. It is hard to re-create a first impression, so get it right the first time. Image is never neutral, it is either positive or negative, and the right image will empower […]


The right image projects a sense of professionalism and is the key to building business relationships. Image is a powerful communicator – you make a statement without saying a word. When you know you look good you will have more confidence, higher self-esteem and be more effective – just the qualities employers want in these […]


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 […]


This book promises to change your look and change your life by showing you how to leave your old ways behind and transform you into a new woman with new confidence. Self help books can be good, but a consultation with an image consultant will ensure you learn how to dress successfully.   The authors of […]



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