How do you present yourself?
You might remember a few weeks back I mentioned giving a presentation to a group of image consultants and stylists. Since then it seems I’ve been talking with loads of people about how difficult it is to maintain a fresh and stylish look. How you present yourself is so important in your career as well as personal life.
There’s so much to consider when you’re looking at how to dress. How much do you have to spend on your wardrobe? What’s appropriate for the situation? How can I make the most of the outfits I’ve already got?
The hardest thing for me is that I seem to buy so many clothes that look great in the shop, but I’m not happy with when I get them home. I’d hate to think how much I’ve spent on clothes I’ve hardly ever worn that just sit in my wardrobe.
Obviously visiting a personal stylist is a great way to get some style advice from a professional, but a lot of women, me included, find the scrutiny of having their appearance and style so closely judged too much to deal with. While we might all like the idea of getting some fashion advice, nobody likes being told they don’t look good in something or that their body isn’t right for certain outfits.
One fantastic alternative I’ve recently discovered is myprivatestylist.com. The website provides personal style advice with hundreds of ideas and outfits based on your body type and tastes. It’s a really simple and low cost option that gives you all the advice you’re looking for, without the pressure of a one to one consultation.
Once you’ve got a really clear idea of what works (and what doesn’t) for you, shopping for the right outfits and having a fantastic style becomes a lot easier. I’d encourage everyone head to the website and have a look at what www.myprivatestylist.com could do for you.
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