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March Trend Edit – How to Work Pink

Pink is a colour I’ve always quite liked except when overloaded with it during my daughter’s Disney Princess period ,thankfully now passed. The fashion magazines are hailing it as one of the colours of the season and the high street is full of it. If you’re thinking, ‘How can a grown women wear pink without looking like Barbara Cartland or indeed a Disney Princess?’ please read on. It really is the perfect colour to take you from winter to spring as it will add a fresh twist to any outfit – much needed after the dull winter months. There are a huge amount of different shades around and there is a shade that suits all skin tones. I’ve put together two outfits below to show how one versatile piece can be used for a work and casual outfit thereby making your pounds go further.

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If you feel your wardrobe is looking a bit tired and would like a helping hand to update it for spring, please get in touch. Our Wardrobe Refresh service can help you declutter, organise and simplify your style, It is guaranteed to take the stress out of the daily decision of what to wear. If the thought of shopping overwhelms you and you would like to break the cycle of buying and wearing the same old thing, then our Personal Shopping service is ideal for you. I will guide you through updating your look and help you achieve a contemporary wardrobe suited to your personality, lifestyle and budget.

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3 Top Tips to Improve Your Work Wardrobe

I’m going to be optimistic and say that warmer weather has finally arrived which probably means you need an injection of Spring in your wardrobe. At this time of year our work wear, in particular, can seem tired and heavy. If we’re not careful it will make us feel and look the same way too – not the sort of impression you really want to make at work or anywhere else for that matter. I’m aware that not everyone can go out and buy a whole new wardrobe (if you do you know I’d be happy to help!) so here are my top 3 tips that will breathe life into any tired wardrobe (and human) :-

Add a pop of colour

Move away from the black, beige and dark grey and embrace colour. This is a scarf I bought recently which has given my wardrobe a new lease of life.

Mango scarf

Statement Shoes

 

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Plain black and nude pumps can suck the life out of an outfit, especially if worn with similar colours and black/nude tights. Alternatively, a vibrant pattern or colour will have the opposite effect and can change the whole look into one that is modern and contemporary.

Whistles shoes

Take a Risk

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I’m not suggesting here that you go to work in hot pants but we all get stuck in our comfort zone of wearing the same styles most of the time. The next time you go shopping challenge yourself to embrace a new style or colour. The best way to do this is focus on the styles you wear the most. For instance, if you usually wear slim leg trousers then consider culottes, cropped flares or even the same style but in a print/bold colour.

Finery trousers

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