Express your individuality, be your own artist and have fun with colour this season with these tips:
Play up feminine pieces: From ruffles to florals to lace, this season is all about looking soft and feminine. An embroidered neck border or statement necklace says "I'm a girl" like nothing else. Tie a pastel coloured scarf around your neck or try a headband for that 60’s look. Bows are everywhere and a bow neck, bow belt or shoe with a bow will go perfectly with your feminine dresses.
Accent Brights with Neutrals or Neutrals with Brights: With all the lovely bright coloured styles this season, you will want to tone down your handbags and shoes a notch. In the same way, if you are carrying a bright bag, you'll want to go for a more neutral outfit. This is especially important if you want the focus to be on your outfit...on the other hand, if you are a dramatic, go for it. Bright away!
White with Colour: With all the whites this Spring, nothing looks better then having a bright, solid coloured stand out bag or shoe to go with the monochromatic look. You could opt for a head to toe black and white look for sure, but stand out of the crowd with a red, yellow or cobalt blue patent leather shoes, belt or bag! Of course, you could go the other way and wear the ultimate Spring White Bag. Just make sure you spray your white bag with a protector before using it, and make sure you clean it regularly. Nothing looks worse than dirty white.
If you are wondering what accessories to add, contact us and we'll set you up with one of our consultants!
Consultant of the month-Stacy Wooten
Our Colour Me Beautiful consultants extend beyond the city of Hong Kong as they settle elsewhere in various other parts of Asia.
Take our consultant Stacy Kurzendorfer for example.
Stacy currently resides in the city if Shenyang in China, and serves as the Vice-President of the expat group International Club of Shenyang.
She recently provided members of this group with a free 'colour demonstration' at the Hilton Doubletree over a luncheon.
She taught her audience what their 'dominant' colourings were on several willing volunteers, (i.e. the strongest hues in the colour of their hair, eyes and skin tone), showing them the colours and styles of clothing which flatter them most.
In addition to using colour drapes, Stacy also brought some of her own clothing to use as examples and a guide to illustrating clothes which are a 'yes' and those which were 'no's'.
Interested in Stacy's work as an Image Consultant? You too can have a chance to build your own side business as a personal stylist, or even pursue a full time career as one! Colour Me Beautiful offers top of the notch programs designed to qualify you as a professional international image consultant. You will be able to work anywhere in the world!
Simply take a look at the various programs we offer here and sign up today!