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Thursday, 6 March 2014

Six steps for Spring style

Phew, we made it through the wind and rain to Spring so now it's time for the sun to come out and your heavy coat to come off!

Here are my six steps to getting style ready for the season:

Think...

1. ...About what events you've got coming up over the coming months. We're approaching race and wedding season and shopping for/putting together your outfit should be a fun, leisurely experience for big occasions not a mad rush with a greater risk of panic purchases, bad choices and turning up at an event with the same High Street fare as someone else.
(Need help?: A personal shopping experience might be the thing!)


Review...

2. What's already sitting in your wardrobe that's a staple from Springs past and what can you carry over from Winter into Springter (when it's often bright but cold!)?
(Need help?: A wardrobe audit is your needed service!)

3. Also, check your make-up bag. Make-up has a use-by date and a good make-up spring clean is important for clear skin and a fresh look over the coming months.
(Need help?: Learn more at a make-up lesson)

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Do...

4. Introduce this season's colours into your layers, and think about fabric that is good in all weathers/temperatures as days are changeable.
(Need help?: A full image consultation will advise you on all that's best for you)

5. Try something different style-wise to mark the new season - I always change my hairstyle around now, but a new lipstick or some new nail varnishes are also good, quick updates. Check out Colour Me Beautiful's fantastic new items at http://www.colourmebeautifulshop.co.uk/products/cosmetics or ask me more!
(Need help?: See point 6!)



6. Join me at my seasonal update workshop or book a one-to-one to find out what seasonal trends are the best for YOU! http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/spring-into-summer-style-seasonal-style-update-tickets-9240868687

Note: the focus is on the DO. Go on, do something and see my contact details below if you need any help or to BOOK any services!


Until next time!

Denise x

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