5 Tips for Making Your Clothes More Comfortable

As an Denver image consultant, a good 99% of my clients tell me they want to be comfortable in their clothes when I ask they “how do you want to feel and be perceived in your clothes.” They also answer, “polished” and “put together.” The second half of their wants negates wearing only yoga and sweatpants. Feeling comfortable in your clothes goes a long way toward feeling confident and put together. Today I offer up 5 things to consider when you’re looking for new comfortable duds or deciding what to wear out of your closet to be as comfy as possible. [..] read more

Makin’ a list, Checkin’ it twice

Sure, “makin’ a list” sounds like a holiday reference! And yes, I couldn’t survive this holiday season without my list of all the gift ideas I have and if they were bought or not. As valuable as gift lists are, what I’m talking about here is your shopping list. I confess—before I learned all this image/wardrobe stuff, I went shopping without any kind of list or plan. And just to be even more transparent, I shopped a lot when I was single. (I guess I was hoping to meet prince charming at the mall, lol!) I’d walk into a store, browse [..] read more

Plan a Wardrobe for your Lifestyle

As a wardrobe consultant, I have a few questions for you…When you’re getting ready to go somewhere, do you look in your closet in a panic wondering what in the world to wear? Does this panic often turn to apathy, telling yourself it just doesn’t matter? (You know it matters when you get to your destination and you’re just not happy with your outfit.) Or lastly, do you end up panic shopping, hitting the stores quickly buying something you’re not really sure about or don’t really love…just to go home with something? It doesn’t have to be like this! When [..] read more

Look 2 the Color Wheel

If you want to add more color to your wardrobe, but just one pop of color isn’t enough for you, let’s talk about opposites attracting. I’m talking about opposite colors, or complementary colors, on the color wheel. Putting opposite colors together is one of the most basic, yet fun ways of producing a color scheme to your outfit. For the sake of ease today, we’ll concentrate on tops. So you don’t feel like Rainbow Bright all of a sudden, ground any of your outfits with a neutral skirt or pant. I know what you’re thinking as you’re looking at this [..] read more

Crazy for Color

If one of your fashion resolutions or style goals for 2011 is to add more color into your wardrobe, I applaud you and admire you. Color is the element of design that is noticed first and remembered most. Plus in my opinion, color is just fun! Now then if you’ve made that resolution, but you’re not quite sure how to go about adding the color, I have an easy tip for you. A POP of color! Adding a pop of color, particularly a bright color, is a phenomenal way to add interest to an otherwise all neutral outfit. For example [..] read more