When given the chance to learn style tips from Coco Chanel, even the most fashionably impaired recognise that it is time to stop what you are doing and take note! Famous for creating very stylish looks from a limited colour palette and a swipe of rouge à lèvres (red lipstick), read on to find out how Chanel herself would teach you how to dress.
If you’re starting to feel a little stagnant in your career and you want to take things in a new direction, you’re not the only one. Lots of people struggle with their career path and they start to feel as if things aren’t quite panning out for them the way they had hoped.
Colour coordinating patterns and prints can be tricky. We all respond positively to colour combinations that suggest harmony. In this post we will look at basic guidelines for determining the appropriate shades according to the so-called colour wheel.
It can be challenging to master your style if you like various styles and change what you wear year in and year out. However, that is no reason to fall out of love with your style. If you like to change styles depending on the occasion, season, or simply because you like dressing differently depending on your mood, then you should always love your style.
Life setbacks can be short-lived, or they can last for decades in the case of trauma following an accident or injury; nevertheless, we all have to find a way to recover from these setbacks and get our lives back on track. Working with the mind and the body are excellent ways to improve.
Who can forget the 90’s style icons from TV who always managed to look absolutely amazing! Every outfit flaunted the perfect combination of cute, comfortable, stylish and sophisticated. I always loved the cute fuss-free t-shirt dresses, high waist skirts, patterns, floral print and the pretty shoes that finished off any outfit perfectly.