Posts Tagged ‘wardrobe advice’

Whether you buy a red, blue or white shirt the price will be similar. So why not choose the right colour for your skin tone, suggests Parnell image consultant, Susan Axford, of Your Style. Knowing your colours is about wearing the right shade to enhance your total look. When you wear the correct colours, you […]


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 […]


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, […]


Look to the colours of a luscious fruit salad or opt for the crisp contrast of black and white, or shimmer in metallic fabrics. Pattern is the hottest trend for summer – go wild with tribal prints or zebra stripes; say it with flowers; be spotted with dots; set sail in nautical stripes or face […]


If your wardrobe is better organised, you can make more imaginative choices. Most of us wear only 20% of our wardrobe 80% of the time. Why hang on to the 80% you do not wear? Having an organised wardrobe that works for your lifestyle will make looking great everyday easier. Let’s start by taking a […]


You can look good right away – and you will feel much better when you know you look good. Style and colour consultations are for life and nothing to do with size. Wearing the right colours, for example, will enhance your skin tone and give you an instant lift. The style and line analysis has […]


All my female clients are very aware of their body flaws. Usually within a few seconds of meeting me, they’re rattling off their flaws. It’s sad to see that lack of confidence and their amazing awareness of what they think is wrong with them. I can show them how to minimise their problem areas and […]