Come and join me for an evening of fashion and outfits at Holly and Co in St Margaret’s, Twickenham on 3/6 at 6pm-8pm
We are looking at the most common styling issues and how to solve them, the 5 key items you need now and a byo style clinic. Bring along some pieces you don’t know how to style and I will do it for you!
More details and tickets below.
Tickets are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment. Looking forward to seeing you there.
I talked to Charlie Gowans- Eglinton this week about milestone birthday’s and how to approach them sartorially. After I turned 40 I actually started experimenting more. I felt I knew my style well and could truly embrace and develop it. More colour, more dramatic silhouettes and better jewellery! I honestly believe that there shouldn’t be rules for dressing based on age. Not ever. The most relevant questions to ask are: Are you wearing what suits you best? Are you making the most of yourself and are you feeling good and having fun with your clothing choices? That is what matters. What do you think?
If you’re agonising over what to wear on a first date then give Charlie Gowans-Eglington’s piece the once over. I discussed some tips on how to approach dressing for dates; what to wear, and perhaps more crucially, what not to wear!
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I am endlessly fascinated by the conundrum of working out how many clothes we actually require. It’s a constant dialogue with client’s and industry colleagues. As I get to delve into multiple wardrobes it’s clear that we all have far more than we need or can actually wear. I discussed this with Bethan Holt at The Telegraph recently and she has published a brilliant piece on the subject. See the link below. I also wrote about it many years ago for Red magazine (see published work page). Let me know what you think over on instagram @annaberkeleystyling
I enjoyed talking to Anna Murphy about trousers last week. Do read her recommendations for how to tackle this sometimes tricky item!
There really is a trouser to suit every body shape no matter how hard it may seem! One of THE most important things is to have a great tailor on speed dial. There are some talented seamstresses and tailors at reputable dry cleaning businesses nationally or ask in your local boutique who they recommend. If you have any questions please give me a shout on Instagram, Facebook or email me email@example.com
The Times latest gem on what to wear for work, weekend, evening and occasion dressing. I wrote the comments for occasion wear. Any questions give me a shout on Instagram or twitter!
For the full article please click on the link http://nuk-tnl-deck-prod-static.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/projects/d8c9d05ec6e86d5bbad7a2f88a1701d0.html
I gave Alyson Walsh some of my top hacks for de-cluttering your wardrobes for Sainsbury’s magazine’s August issue. Here’s how approach it if you are doing it solo! Such a cathartic experience… Enjoy
An excellent article in The Times last week on how to tackle colour. I commented on working with bolds. See below for the details and click on the link to read the whole piece
If you are going to Ascot or Henley or attending a fancy cocktail party anytime soon… see my tips in The Times online for a no stress approach! http://bit.ly/27S6X9b
If you work from home it can be disheartening and unproductive to stay in your PJ’s all day. It doesn’t put you in the right frame of mind and it certainly doesn’t make you feel good.
The Times (online) have published a great guide to work wear today and I contributed my top tips.