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STYLING & SHOPPING YOUR OWN WARDROBE
Styling & Shopping Sessions
Di Cant, Personal Stylist can show you:
How to “Shop your own wardrobe''
How to add the right new pieces for the season
How to experience a wardrobe edit
How to “refresh a tired wardrobe” and discover an overall “new image”.
For those key pieces from work wear, lifestyle/holiday wardrobe, or that special event in your life, awards dinner, corporate party, engagement party or wedding.
FIND THE CONFIDENCE TO KNOW what works for your personality, your lifestyle, and your budget.
For a minimum of $300 for two hours with Di Cant you will feel confident and look stylish.
Now, a quick word from Di, the Stylist:
“I’ve recently been in Europe for the early spring 2012 and Paris was overflowing with delicious sorbet/sherbet colours and icy pastels; and Italy went wild for brights – particularly orange, turquoise, yellow and green. Here in Australia, we will embrace all these trends – the choice is ours!"
"Di, thank you for a wonderful and enlightening experience. Not only did you listen to what I hoped to achieve through the styling process, but you soon worked out a plan based on your intimate and unique knowledge of style, fashion and the city’s premier retailers. We did not waste time on clothes that were poorly designed, overpriced or inappropriate. No more baggy trousers or ill-fitting jackets here. You have set me on a path of enhancing my personal brand, focused on style and sophistication, while at the same time retaining a sense of individuality. Thank you Di." Mining Executive, Brisbane February 2012
Paris - Spring 2010
A freezing day in Paris
Day 1 in Paris and it is freezing! The skies were clear and blue when we went for breakfast at Le Pain Quotidien in the Marais. When we ventured out it was snowing lightly. How pretty, we thought, but it just kept getting heavier. We found a shop to buy an umbrella and headed for our destination - Colette.
In the window was a beautiful floral collection by Erdem, worn with black patent shoes decorated with bones (plastic, I assume). All around the feet were little dachshunds made of the same floral fabric as the dresses. Anyone who has been to the store will know there is little in the way of racking. The clothes are displayed on mannequins - a little forest of them. It is a great way to give the viewer an idea of how to put a complete outfit together - including shoes and accessories. I imagine it would not be unusual for a customer to take everything on the model.
On one of the mannequins there was a granny square crochet top in bright colours. For one horrible moment I thought it was from Romance was Born - a ridiculous collection from Sydney Fashion Week, but it was Comme de Garcons. My favourite pieces were Lanvin. In particular I liked a black skirt with appliquÃ©d roses which were embroidered and beaded. We later went to the Lanvin store further along Rue St Honore to look at the entire exquisite collection. The huge statement necklaces are what everyone is going to want.
Somehow the cold doesn't really matter when you are in Paris.
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