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At First Glance: 5 Key Style Elements to Make or Break Your WOW Factor

In Preparation for your Wardrobe Audit

  • There should be nothing in your wardrobe that you can’t just put straight on. If it needs washing or ironing, get it done and put it back on the rack so the item can be included in the assessment.
  •  When you approach your wardrobe, be in a relaxed and fresh state with no distractions, physical, environmental or emotional. Have your hair done nicely and your makeup on and wear your best supportive underwear.
  • Have a full-length mirror or 3-way mirror available in a room with natural light or well-lit if at night.
  • Sort your clothes into sections such as skirts, tops, pants, and jackets so they can be easily itemised.
  • Have your shoes and accessories available and sorted as well for inclusion in the assessment.
  • The wardrobe audit can be performed in situ provided there is good natural light; otherwise, another room in the house might be more appropriate.
  • For a more extended audit to enable a re-building plan at a later stage, it is a great advantage to have your garments photographed and imported onto my computer. This can be done at the wardrobe audit.
  • For best results have a colour and style consultation so you can effectively complete your wardrobe audit and refer to it as you plan and rebuild on an ongoing basis.
  • Once you have completed your audit, you are now ready to plan and rebuild your amazing wardrobe that will eliminate your stress, save valuable time and step out in style and confidence.
  • Now all you need to do is decide whether you need to go shopping and/or find a tailor or dressmaker. Please ask Trish about either service.

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