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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
Rosemount Australian Fashion Week may have been and gone, but weeks later Iâ€™m still on a high from the experience.Â The Frockshop team and I battled bitter wind, killer heels and countless late nights to select a careful edit of Australiaâ€™s best fashion for Frockshop, all the while reporting back from the runway via our new blog, FS Style.We adored the two-tone block heels shown at Zimmermann, loved the fresh makeup at Karla Spetic, and were in awe of Therese Rawsthorneâ€™s show at the Australian Technology Park, but it was indigenous model Samantha Harris that stole our hearts.As well as starring as Vogue Australiaâ€™s June covergirl (the issue was launched on the first day of Fashion Week), Harris walked in a total of twenty shows during RAFW. From shining on the catwalk at Lisa Ho to posing coyly at Kate Sylvester, this young Australian demonstrated her versatility and won us over with each runway exit.Itâ€™s no wonder models are in such good shape. With many girls booked to walk in consectutive shows, most had to race from one runway to the next. Samantha Harris was spotted while being whisked away in a black SUV from Karla Spetic to the Romance Was Born Show and one fashion insider shared a cab with a tearful model after the RWB show (which started two hours late), â€œI just want this all to be over,â€ cried the model. As models quickly rushed from one show to the next, the fash pack had no choice but to wait in line for the often-delayed shows to start. Fortunatlley, the high standard of collections shown were usually enough to soothe cold egos.The highlight of RAFW was definitely discovering Arnsdorf; I had heard about the it previously but I could hardly believe my eyes when I saw the label on the runway. I fell in love with the sharp cuts and crystallized prints and will certainly be stocking their SS10-11 collection. I fell in love with the directional jewellery at Camilla and Marc, I canâ€™t wait until it arrives in store at FrockShop.