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Loving your style is easy when you know how 

Have you ever wondered why you have so many clothes in your wardrobe and still nothing to wear?

Have some of these clothes been bought on impulse, or where you swayed because it was a ‘good price’ or you felt like something different and the latest fashion trend beckoned you; and now find you do not like them, or can’t even remember why you bought them in the first place? These items hang in your wardrobe, passed by for one of your favourites. Of course you cannot do away with them because that would be a reminder that you spent money on them, and you just might have made a bad choice. Maybe there are clothes that you have not worn for the past 5 years but hope that fashion will bring them back to the limelight again, knowing deep down that it is probably not likely to happen.

Your clothes are visible symbols of who you are and who you want to be! Your personality is drawn to certain looks. Nearly every piece of your wardrobe can speak volumes about you. Fashion makes us strive to attain more, but it also makes us think about everything we don’t have. Thanks to these contradictions, most of us harbour a love-hate attitude toward clothing. We love how a nice outfit can brighten our mood one day, but hate the frustration of having ‘nothing to wear’ the next.

We are so busy trying to follow trends that we never develop our own personal style, of having that inner knowledge of self so we can express who we truly are in our dress. Some people naturally have a sense of their own style while for others it is a journey of discovery over time.

My 30 years experience has shown me that people inherently want to express who they are in their dress. To feel excitement each time they create an outfit that says ‘this is who I am’. Therefore, what influences your garment choices comes from the complexities of your personality. It is these traits that are reflected in the types of style, fabric and colour combinations that you prefer.

Being who you are and being comfortable with that is reflected in your dress. Joy and confidence is created within yourself when you know that you reflect your true self rather than what you think you should do or be.

If you would like to create your personal style to feel fantastic in then I would love for you to come to this workshop. You will be so overjoyed to finally find something that works. My promise to you is that you will go away with insights about yourself, find out what you like and why, see your body in a new way, and a plan of action that you can implement in your own time. 


Loving Your Style workshop 

21 March 2019   6.45 - 8.45pm

Investment: $50   

Book your ticket through eventbrite  or email:    

Venue: Beckenham Library, Board room, 66 Colombo Street.

Enter through the first door closest to Colombo Street. Park on Colombo Street - do not park in the library grounds as the  entrance shuts at 7pm


Loving Your Style workshop is a journey of self discovery. Of defining what your style says about you. 

It is about embodying a magnetic feminine presence

Your personal style is a ever evolving story and it is exciting to reinvent yourself with the way you dress This BEing a reflection of who youare or want to be! 

This workshop will highlight the possiblities, your inner desires being made manifest in the way you wish to express yourself. 

Dress authentically and love your style by learning just 4 principles

  • Be FREE to choose and dispel the 'shoulds of fashion'
  • Be in love with colour and experience how it changes the way you feel   
  • Use style lines to blance your body and be confident in uilizing your best assets
  • Discover your personal dressing style so it feels truly you
  • Love the way you dress and feel it expresses who you are


This is an experiential session where you will have lots of fun. A workbook will be personalised during the evening. 

I look foward to seeing you there.