By: Kateelizabeth  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Wardrobe, Personal Shopping, Style Analysis

“What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today, when human contacts are so quick. Fashion is instant language." Miuccia Prada

Style Analysis -$240                      

Kate uses a comprehensive analysis program to design your very own personalised style portfolio. You receive a fabulous shopping guide along with your portfolio and you also receive an online version you can log into any time you like. The shopping guide and online portfolio are filled with colour photos, which is a great visual of all the best styles for you. The style analysis covers everything imaginable from necklines to earrings, skirt lengths to swimwear. This is a fantastic resources to own, and you will never ask again “Do I look fat in this?”

Colour Analysis -$240         

Kate uses a 12 tone flow system to assess which colours suit you best. You receive a colour swatch with 60 of your best colours in it and a booklet with further information about your best hairstyles, makeup shades and much more. When you start wearing the colours that work best on you people will constantly comment on how great you look!

Personal Shopping -$80 per hour

To some people shopping is a chore, but after a personal shopping experience with Kate you will feel relaxed, not tense. If you have a special occasion coming up, your wardrobe needs an update, it’s the start of a new season or you just feel like treating yourself, then this is for you.

Wardrobe Audit -$80 per hour

If you have a wardrobe full of clothes but nothing to wear, then it’s time to get Kate to sort it out for you. This process is not about getting rid of everything you own but making the most of what you already have and getting some more ideas on how to update your wardrobe easily and often inexpensively.

  • Discount is available if you book 2 or more services at the same time.
  • Travel costs may occur in some cases.

“Dressing is a way of life”

Yves Saint Laurent

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: Personal Shopping, Style Analysis, Wardrobe