Finding your style

10 steps to refining your style | a style course by

I’m very excited to announce my second style course on this site today.

After the very successful 10 Steps to a More Stylish You, there is now the follow up course 10 Steps to Refining Your Style[click to continue…]


How to get out of a style rut |

Both me and others were a bit saddened by a comment from Cheryl as a response to an outfit I posted on my Facebook page: “When you are slim like this lady you can wear what you like. I am feeling so down today and have lost my way with my wardrobe  I’m feeling old, (at 48) fat and frumpy”.

I know that quite a few women feel this way. [click to continue…]


10 favorite wardrobe pieces

Many of you have done my style course (or style challenge) and one of the important questions was: Which are currently the most successful pieces in your wardrobe and why?

It’s quite important to know which of your wardrobe items are the real stars as this will tell you a lot about your own style and which items work for you. So let’s do this exercize again and see if anything has changed. [click to continue…]


Fashion Victim or Fashion Fabulous

Article written by Ann Reinten AICI CIP, creator of the My Private Stylist program:  Changing Lives One Wardrobe At A Time

The term ‘fashion victim’ was coined by Oscar de la Renta to describe someone who is unable to identify commonly recognised boundaries of style. Gianni Versace referred to it as “When a woman alters her look too much from season to season. [click to continue…]