Three great ways you can update your wardrobe this Autumn!
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In her guest blog, Toni Carver, Personal Stylist & Image Consultant shares her Top 3 items to buy this Autumn.
As the season changes, it’s often a time to look in our wardrobes and update with a few key pieces.
Here’s my top three items to buy now that will give your wardrobe an instant update.
Animal print is everywhere this season and in more colours which is nice to see. Try blue or pink if you have a cool undertone to your skin.
You don’t have to go all out if it’s not your thing; think a subtle belt, shoes or boots. If it is your thing; how about a statement coat?
The slouchy boot is here for the Autumn. Try tucking in skinny jeans or wear with a midi skirt for a bit more of an edge.
You will have heard me say that black is not everyone’s friend and this season is no different! Instead, I’m seeing two colours emerge – brown and green.
A great alternative to black and a versatile neutral shade too. With neutral colours, they mix very easily with fashion or accent shades which come and go with the seasons (think yellow and lavender in the spring earlier this year). Crucially, brown works particularly well if you fall into the Soft, Warm and Light categories.
As with any colour, it’s all about HOW you wear it.
If you have a cool undertone be sure to keep brown shades away from your face and break them up with some cooler tones on your top half.
Lights should opt for lighter shades of brown and could try combining it with pale blues and pinks. Keep a look out for Rose Brown too – a lighter, softer shade of brown. Warms and Softs can wear browns of a medium depth on their own or combine them with colours one or two shades lighter for a subtle contrast.
Deeps can mix it with rich reds, greens and damson and Clears will need to add some vibrancy and contrast with a colour pop.
Fifty shades of green!
There are so many different shades of green that if you are not a fan, I’m sure you’ll find one if you give it a go. If in doubt why not try teal? It’s certainly one of my favourites and a shade which tends to work for everyone.
Why not treat yourself to an eye pencil in the seasonal colours which include coffee (lights, softs, warms), brown (deeps, warms), moss (warms, deeps) and teal (everyone!)
If accessories are more your thing, how about a scarf? I’ve got atmosphere which is a lovely neutral beige colour in raw silk material for you warms, deeps, clears, softs and lights or teal which suits everyone.
If you’re interested in learning how to wear colours which compliment and enhance your natural features then get in touch to book your own colour analysis consultation. You’ll learn the shades which suit you, how to combine these together and take away your own colour swatch wallet after the session too.
Just like the clothes you wear, your makeup is an extension of your overall look. Let me prescribe the shades during an individual assessment or get a few girls together and we’ll have a group session. The cosmetic range is cruelty free, lead free and paraben free too and available to buy online at: https://www.colourmebeautifulathome.co.uk/tonicarver
Finally, hear the new season trends, how you can wear them and try out jewellery and makeup by reserving your place at my Autumn event being held on 9 November.