Wardrobe Planning and Overhaul
Does the inside of your wardrobe look as beautiful as the outside?
Are you inspired by the clothes in your wardrobe?
Have you got wall to wall clothes but nothing to wear?
If you’re ready to reasses what you wear on a daily basis a wardrobe shake-up may be what you need. What’s included:
A new look at your wardrobe – removing items that are “past it”, don’t suit, don’t fit
Re-styling the clothes you’ve got – putting them together in new ways
Wardrobe planning for clothes and accessories suitable for every occasion
A shopping list of future purchases
Change the way you think about your clothes
Never again be stuck for something to wear
Learn how to make the most of your budget
Have great fun and gain a great sense of achievement
If you feel you need a new look and a new wardrobe – start with a wardrobe session with IMAGINATION. Banish past mistakes, learn what you really need shop and have more to wear while spending less.
A personal visit in the spring and again in the autumn to review your wardrobe.
Full advice on keeping your wardrobe up to date with current looks, keeping your makeup on trend taking the stress out of wardrobe planning.
A twice yearly shopping list of new purchases.
This service starts at £350 depending on the number of items in the wardrobe and the time that may be required to give a full assessment. For a personal quotation please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Helen’s visit has made such a difference to the way I dress and also increased my confidence. The day itself was very enjoyable although challenging at times. I got rid of my old out of date work clothes and tried to set up my wardrobe for my new life style of ‘yummy mummy’!
It helped me understand what styles and colours best suited me and identified new combinations of clothes from my wardrobe which I had missed. It has given me confidence when shopping for clothes and I have added new colours to my range.
A very enjoyable and stimulating experience which I would recommend to anyone and particularly if you are changing direction. Many thanks Helen! Sue L London