Personal Styling + Home Styling
There is always something new to see and read on my blog, especially Instagram. As a multi-award-winning personal stylist in London and Surrey, I cover a wide range of things that interest me, focused mainly around the following: exploring interiors + art + architecture + style + fashion + travel + food + things that touch my imagination daily.
Who can resist the lure of the sales? With everything you never needed at eye-wateringly low prices, it can be difficult not to splurge on unnecessary items. Come on hands up – how many of you have got items in your wardrobe with the ‘sale’ tag still on?
Here are my 6 top tips on how to avoid breaking the bank on those ‘bargains’ and most important of all how to have fun while you’re doing it. Whichever tier you’re in here’s what to expect…
I love colour in all its guises – deep and light, cool and warm, soft and clear. But colour confidence isn’t just about brights. I don’t often talk about neutrals, but wearing colour can be about beautiful neutrals, too. They can look stylish, chic and timeless. Indeed, some of my clients only want to wear neutrals and I’m happy to show them the most flattering ways to do so. What matters is that whatever you choose makes you feel and look amazing.
Often influencers recommend lovely outfits but are they flattering for your colouring? Advice isn’t always always tailored specifically and even if you buy the right style to flatter your body shape, unless it’s the perfect colour for you, it may not cut the mustard. So here are some of my festive colours brought to you from some of my favourite high street brands grouped by the six colour dominants: light, deep, warm, cool, soft and clear.
Some of you may be aware that Instagram @feronclarkstyle has been a brilliant visual platform for me, enabling me to grow my business, to impart colour and style tips and to showcase brands that offer products and services which I love and think you will, too. From time to time I share these with you via my newsletters.
We are having a mini heatwave in London this week; it’s unseasonably hot for autumn, yet the days begin chilly and end chilly. As a result, this week’s newsletter focuses on cardigans, which are a key layer to pop on when it’s cool, and easy to peel off when you’re warming up. I’m also a big fan of jackets and blazers and at some point I’ll do a little edit on these, too.