Almost every client I have worked with asks me to put together a versatile, flattering capsule wardrobe. Every person’s capsule is different depending on their lifestyle, taste level and budget. When I relocated to Sydney from Dubai, I have a very limited luggage allowance which meant I had to pack thoughtfully as what I carried… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Clothes reflecting our personalities
It’s amazing how over the years we can accumulate so many ‘things’, scarves, jackets, shoes etc. and it’s essential that every now and again, you review what is taking up your valuable wardrobe space and question whether it’s still relevant to your lifestyle. And after all, January is the perfect month to cleanse.
So now you’ve seen the interview outfit inspiration, the next question I get asked is ‘where can I get these clothes from?’ My first answer is always to shop in your own wardrobe as nowadays, you don’t have to rush out to buy a black suit as an interview uniform, as there are numerous other… Read more »
I’m proud to announce that I have been partnering with Mums@Work recruitment agency, one of the first in the UAE to encourage desperately needed flexible & part-time work for skilled mum’s who want to return to the workforce. The first question candidates often ask is “what should I wear to the interview?” and the answer… Read more »
Get the most out of simple pieces of fabric. Brilliant.
This is a fantastic article in Design Sponge from May by Amy Azzarito. It outlines how “buying less makes you rethink your possessions” and when you actually make the time and space to be able to see all your possessions, you value them. We clutter up our wardrobes surprisingly quickly, which makes it difficult to… Read more »
This is a great article in UK Grazia, September 2013, discussing how what you wear on a date can ‘make or break’ it. We all know that making a good first impression is key to any important meeting, but after fashion blogger Natalie Joos wrote about her date who complained about her designer jeans went… Read more »