These results seem to indicate that the idea of professional, one-on-one styling is all but dead. While it might have been an innovative and exciting concept when it was first introduced, the expectations and needs of consumers have evolved in accordance with the digital age we live in and traditional personal shopping has simply failed to keep up with the times.
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So for those rolling their eyes and giving me the 'women shouldn't need to dress up to be heard' look - I disagree. Someone told me how they dressed down so clothes didn't get in the way of what they were trying to say. I think that's nonsense.
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Bags don't necessarily demand a live show or presentation, I guess, and a presenting a film is a chance to carefully control the branding of the erm, brand. Already stocked at Net-a-porter, Harrods, Selfridges amongst others, I bet they'll sell bags of bags!
Upcycling: the latest ephemeral trend or a way of life? I think it could just be the latter. With more and more of us beginning to care about the mark we leave on this planet, upcycling is a perfect place to start.
It happened so fast: the clocks went back, Halloween fast forwarded onto November and suddenly the party season arrived. For many of us December is a festive blur of work parties, dinners and Christmas shopping; I can't really help with the latter but I can come up with some sleek styling ideas so you look and feel fantastic, even after that sixth Prosecco...
People who wear colourful clothes tend to have colourful, outgoing personalities. Black is a safe option, but does not say too much about your character. Blue gives the impression of trust and is used by a lot of business people. A scruffy outfit can be indicative of a scruffy/disorganised mind, and in the business world, you may repell clients rather than attracting them.
When looking for high-street pieces such a dress like this, it's aways better to go for something simple. That way, it's easier to carry off as more high end. For dresses on the high-street, I never go for anything too detailed, because the quality doesn't come through. Simple= better!
It may only be the month of May, but autumn's cuts, styles and trends will be in the shops before you can say, 'is that it?' ... Since filing through the showrooms and trawling the rails of the autumn/winter collections, it is clear that one trend is here to stay; Americana.