Dressing well is more important than you think.
- London-bred fashion designer Mary Quant opined, “ Fashion is a tool…to compete in life outside the home. People like you better, without knowing why, because people always react well to a person they like the looks of.”
- “Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman.”
Yes, gentle reader to be well dressed is an art.It is a subtle pursuit, born out of necessity and wrapped in the desire to be unforgettable. Unlike natural beauty, the pleasure of viewing a well-dressed woman can never fade or lose its luster.
It does not matter whether you won the genetic lottery for beauty, or possess facial features so perfectly balanced that men and women alike swoon as you enter a room. Being well dressed is an attribute that all women can achieve, but few know how to master.
Women around the world–whether they are naturally beautiful, or use fashion to convey the perfect image of being gorgeous– know that being well dressed is the great equalizer. And it can be achieved by all.
Readers of On Dressing Well will learn the fashion secrets and art of head-to-toe gorgeous.I have dedicated my life to helping people become more elegant, more beautiful and more desirable. As a former horrendously-dressed style victim who transformed herself from dowdy to well-dressed, I will teach you how to develop your own personal style.
Consider me your personal style secretary helping you create a knockout wardrobe that is flattering, timeless and extraordinary.
You will learn how to dress yourself with the care, discipline and precision of a style goddess who can adapt her appearance for every hour and situation.
Feel free to comment on each post, spark a lively debate on current topics and join me on my journey to transforming women from clueless style victims to exquisitely chic and trendsetting style stars.
With my help you can develop a personal style( that is uniquely your own) and helps you say to yourself,
“I am special.
I am beautiful.
I am glamorous.”