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Adrift Clothing rightly claim their pieces are for Every Woman and I definitely agree. Whether shopping at Adrift Online or in store, their garments will have you feeling fabulous, and at realistic prices too. Founded in Brisbane in 2012 by Rebecca Pullar, Adrift fashion accommodates all women regardless of their …

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Retirement life can seem rudderless after the routines of work. Getting up and getting dressed is one of the ways I have found to get motivated in retirement. When I find myself feeling blah I know it is because I have let go of the routines that serve me well …

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I wish I could say I had nailed the carry on only travel packing list, but I haven’t yet; it’s still on my list of goals. In the meantime I have developed my skills in putting together a travel capsule that works. This one took me …

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It was once nigh impossible to find shoes for travel and walking that were both stylish and comfortable. Enter FRANKiE4 Footwear’s podiatrist and physiotherapist designed range, now my preferred footwear choice for everyday wear as well as travel. [This post is sponsored by FRANKiE4 Footwear.] My FRANKiE4 Footwear …

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The importance of self care in the recovery of health can not be underestimated. Read on for a story of how Denyse Whelan has used personal style as part of her journey towards improved health. [This is a guest post by Denyse Whelan from Denyse Whelan Blogs. You can read …

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Having a travel capsule wardrobe that works is essential when travelling for an extended period. This is our second 6 week trip to Europe and I always spend considerable time planning what I will take to wear. Once we have done our travel planning I start at the most obvious …

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If your day starts with slugging around the house, then it’s likely you’ll continue to look, and feel, that way all day. Sharpen up and everyone, particularly you, will benefit. Your personal style is important, it shows who you are. In earlier years I worked from home for …

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Invisible Woman Syndrome is currently being discussed in the media, with women of a certain age complaining that they no longer get attention anywhere. A recent article in The Daily Telegraph included an interview with Nikki Parkinson of Styling You where she affirmed the syndrome is alive and (un)well …

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Fellas, this is the closest you’ll come to thinking like a woman, so listen up. There’s a message from the airlines: ”We don’t like weight!” Particularly on international flights. If you are flying to a single destination, in a warm climate for just a couple of weeks …

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It’s the first day of your retirement, you look in your wardrobe and wonder what you are going to wear. This was my experience as I looked at a wardrobe full of corporate wear – suits and business style outfits. In a sense I had dressed ‘in uniform’ 5 days …

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