HOW TO ENHANCE YOUR NATURAL BEAUTY AND MAKE HEADS TURN WEARING ‘YOUR’ COLOURS AND STYLES
Dressing with confidence is about wearing the clothes you love and feeling comfortable in them. However, shopping for clothes isn’t always an enjoyable experience. You need a dress for a special occasion and you walk into numerous dress shops and are faced with a huge range of choices. How can you narrow it down so that you choose the right dress – the one that makes you look fabulous and is guaranteed to turn heads? It is all in your personal “Colours” and “Styles.”
At Your Colours we offer four services which are a once in a lifetime experience and last a lifetime.
- Your Colours – Our one and half hour assessment determines which colours enhance your unique skin tone and create that special glow. By wearing your colours, both in clothes and make-up you can enhance your natural beauty. This consult includes a free make-up application and you will take home one of our exclusive colour guides, tailored to your personal colour palette, which will assist with your clothes shopping.
- Your Styles – During our one and half hour assessment, we establish which styles suit you the best based on your unique measurements and body proportions. It has nothing to do with size, This includes necklines, sleeve types and lengths, dress cuts, skirt types and lengths, trouser styles and so on. We also determine which fabrics and print types are best for you. We look at hats, accessories and spectacles/sunglasses. You take all of this information home with you in our unique Styles booklet.
- Wardrobe Sort Out – This is where you confront your wardrobe! It is time to look at which colours and styles do belong and which don’t. Our wardrobe specialist will visit your house and help you to work out your wardrobe based on your unique colours and styles. She will sort out which clothes can stay and which need to be replaced, ensuring you build your basic wardrobe first .
- Choosing what’s right for you– it takes some practice to learn how to use your colour palette and styles booklet. I suggest, firstly, taking your colour palette with you to the shops and practice spotting your colours. Remember, you are not limited to the colours on your Colour Guide. You can go shades lighter or darker. It is the tone that is important. As a general rule, if you put your colour guide up to an item of clothing and the colour blends with a colour on your palette then it is likely to be ‘your colour.’ When you feel confident with this, pick a style from your booklet such as an ’empire’ style dress and look for this in your colours. You can practice doing this with all of your styles – trousers, shirts, jackets and so on. Before you know it, you will become a whizz at spotting ‘your’ clothes. If you feel like you need some help, we offer a shopping service where we accompany you to the shops and select clothes for you, in your colours and styles, based on your requirements and budget.