Style, Colour and Shopping Articles
- Figuring out your style
Getting the once-over from an appearance expert gives Gill
South the confidence to put her best foot forward
Axford: personal shopper extraordinaire
The stylist in the upcoming episodes
of hit TV show, ten years younger, Susan Axford is an A-lister
stylist with a dedication to making her clients, whose ages
range from teens to 70 plus, feel better about themselves by
knowing how to look their best.
the Wardrobe War
Is there anything as aggravating as our clothes? Bought in hope - even when we're
not sure they suit us - our unworn garments can cram our closets for years. We
pull them out, try them on, sigh. and yearn for a personal style consultant.
Lauren Hamilton goes looking for advice.
Women Should Grow Old Gracefully - Survey
want to ‘grow
old gracefully’ rather than attempt to turn back the
clock with cosmetic procedures - according to a new study.
- Still crazy about Coco
A new book about Coco Chanel captures the spirit of the great
designer. Here Viva explores how Chanel revolutionised
women's fashion, and why, even 25 years after Karl Lagerfeld
took over, the label remains as iconic as ever.
Style and Bloke's Bible in Herald On Sunday
is a NO cost item in your wardrobe
Whether you buy a red, blue or white shirt
the price will be similar.
to Dress the Part
Somewhere along the line a person coined the phrase 'dress
for the job you want, not for the job you've got.'
- Derby Day
Day at Ellerslie Racecourse, Auckland is traditionally the day
when New Zealand thoroughbred racing lets fashion show its sporting
Metrosexual, retrosexual, letcherosexual
- may just be labels. But they are indicative of the fact that
men are taking more of an interest in their appearance and grooming.
at hand with a style makeover
Personal shoppers as marriage counsellors - it sounds distinctly
odd but there is no doubt that these professional fashionistas
can occasionally have a real effect on relationships.
Spring has sprung and we've spring
cleaned our closets so now the next step – what will
we buy to fill in the gaps and update our look?
clean your closet
new season, new resolutions, and the perfect time for a
spring clean of our wardrobes.
cue from the boss
you are regarded at work has a lot to do with presentation, says
Paul Barrett, adjunct professor of psychometrics and performance
management at the Auckland University faculty of business.
What You Like to Work
to wear? Pin stripes or polka dots? Patent leather or canvas?
You are what you wear. Or at least, sometimes. Here Susan
Axford offers tips and practical help on decluttering your
wardrobe to ensure you are making the best use of the clothes
that you own that help you feel your best.
Axford selects outfits for the former Mayor of Auckland, Dick
The Herald on Sunday asked Susan Axford to select outfits for the new
Mayor of Auckland, Dick Hubbard to wear to the official opening of the maternity
ward at Auckland Hospital, and a visit to the Pasifika festival.
Do you have:
- a wardrobe full of clothes and nothing to wear?
- limited time to shop for yourself?
- a budget, but love to look stunning?
- trouble finding clothes you really like?
- shopping mistakes in your wardrobe?
Do you want to:
- look slimmer and taller?
- enjoy shopping for a new outfit?
- give your confidence a boost
Do you feel:
- overwhelmed when you go shopping?
- disappointed with your purchases?