This style tip delves into why a seemingly perfect garment might not suit a client, despite fitting their style and colors. A recent client experience highlights the missing puzzle piece: personality.

A cropped blazer in the right color clashed because it didn’t align with her essence. For a garment to truly work, it must harmonize with style, coloring, and personality—a three-legged stool analogy. Tune in for more insights from associated image consultants on YouTube every Thursday at 9 am. Personal consultations are available on Tuesdays at 4pm. For those interested in joining Image Innovators, direct contact opens doors to training and opportunities.

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