Sustainable Style Blog — Colour

The Fluid Wardrobe – how to build the ultimate sustainable wardrobe you love

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The Fluid Wardrobe – how to build the ultimate sustainable wardrobe you love
How can we work towards a more environmentally friendly wardrobe without having to resort to a beetroot tie-dyed dress made from sack cloth?  How can we build a wardrobe we feel good about but also want to wear?  In this blog, I'll be taking you through the concept of a fluid wardrobe and sharing my tips on how to create one for yourself.

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Secondhand Style - Using Preloved Clothes To Create Outfits

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Secondhand Style - Using Preloved Clothes To Create Outfits

A beautiful embroidered Monsoon skirt does not an outfit make.  Not without a few raised eyebrows anyway.  So in our latest blog I demonstrate a few outfits created from preloved clothing from our dress agency, and show how different outfits can be used to different effect depending on your colouring and body type.

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The Staycation – how to pack a capsule holiday wardrobe to travel light for a ‘whatever the weather’ holiday

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The Staycation – how to pack a capsule holiday wardrobe to travel light for a ‘whatever the weather’ holiday

Going on a closer to home holiday this year?  If you're loading up the car and heading off for a staycation, how can you pack the maximum number of outfits with the least possible amount of clothing?  

Our blog will help you save space and sanity as we use the principles of a capsule wardrobe to create a versatile holiday packing list that will allow you to take 48 different outfits from just 11 items of clothing.

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Thinking of getting your colours done? What you need to know about colour analysis.

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Thinking of getting your colours done? What you need to know about colour analysis.

If you're thinking of getting your colours done this blog tells you what you need to know about colour analysis.   What is colour analysis, how colour analysis works, and why it's a time and money saver is covered, and we talk about the differences between in person and online colour analysis, and what to look for when booking a session.  

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5 Good Reasons To Try Second Hand Clothes Shopping

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5 Good Reasons To Try Second Hand Clothes Shopping
Are you someone who loves the thrill of finding treasure in second hand shops?  Or maybe you've never tried it before?  Perhaps you're wondering if it's something worth the effort involved?   If you’ve never considered shopping second hand before (whether that's in person or online), here’s my top five reasons that might just convince you to give it a try;

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