Want to look better this Autumn Winter? Here are my 7 tips on how:
Get your clothes tailored - I know I'm always banging on about this but it really does make a difference. The picture above is of a client who got an updated look when we went shopping - see how much better he looks with the more fitted jacket. Another client recently told me he bought a suit online and then had it altered at Savva tailors who ensured the fit was perfect. I know it takes a little time but it really is worth doing and makes a huge difference to how polished and put together you look....no one can look sharp if their cuffs on their jacket are hanging down to their knuckles.
An important part of looking good is your accessories, and stylish sunglasses can really update your look. However I know it can be traumatic shopping for them on your own, and that's probably why I often get asked to include looking for sunglasses or glasses as part of a shopping trip! In order to look good they must suit your face shape so if you're about to update your sunglasses for this summer, then here are some guidelines as to what to look for:
I thought it might be helpful to share a few of the questions that I'm asked frequently by clients whilst we're on shopping trips or during a personal styling session, and the answers I give or the other websites I direct them to for reference.
Facial fringing/furniture/fuzz or fur- whatever you like to call it, you can't have failed to notice that this year gentlemen have gone beard crazy. The look has been brewing for awhile with the Hoxton hipsters, and male fashion editors leading the way, but after this year's BAFTA's where you couldn't move for beard sporting stars - George Clooney, Ben Affleck, Stephen Fry, Daniel Day-Lewis, to name just a few, they've now become mainstream fashion.