Our professional image is becoming more important with each new day and development in the working world. The image we portray to our co-workers and clients sends an important message. It also has a big impact on the way we feel and the confidence we have to tackle our daily tasks.
Feeling dull and like your look is outdated? There's nothing like a bit of change to shake things up and feel refreshed. If you're feeling a little flat or bored with your image, there are a few easy ways to add some new life to the way you look.
In my opinion, what is appropriate for your work wardrobe comes down to showing yourself at your best, being respectful of others, and gaining their respect back.
There’s a common misconception about personal stylists and what we do. Many people are under the impression that personal stylists are only needed by Hollywood’s A-listers who frequent the red carpet and get snapped daily by Paparazzi. This is not the case!
Ever feel overwhelmed trying to juggle being a successful woman in the corporate world with trying to look good and maintaining an up-to-date style? Here are some style tips for the busy woman.
Many working women find that having a personal stylist isn’t something that they can afford, have time for, or even need. But the mistakes that people make with these few assumptions become very clear in their wardrobe choices. Having a personal stylist goes far beyond the common perception that people have of this service.
“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re right.” This well-known quote by Henry Ford sums up the importance of confidence perfectly. Your confidence in yourself and in your abilities, plays a major role in your success. What you believe you can or can’t achieve, can easily manifest into reality.
People are more concerned than they need to be over what they consider their body shape issues. Please stop finding fault with your body, and stop labelling it as 'pear' or 'apple'. It is your shape, and it just needs dressing with consideration to what feels and looks good to you.