Specialist in Image Management without it costing the earth
2007 The Conservation Foundation
        & O2 Grant Award

2007 Runners up – Women4Women
  Entrepreneur of the Year Award
...
We do recycle but not

    enough!

    Thousands of tonnes of

    textiles end up in landfill
    every year; 50% coul...
Textile waste is

    worth £400 million
    Clothing fibres do

    not decompose
    Greenhouse gases

    emitted
  ...
The outfit our client,
Kathryn Hopkins chose
   to wear when she
received her OBE from
 HRH Queen Elizabeth
in October 200...
Explore new ways in

    which you can help the
    environment

    Become more aware of

    the benefits of recycling...
Snap up designer

    and vintage gear

    Pick up a stylish

    new wardrobe

    Enjoy the buzz of

    eco-friendl...
Eco fashion show –

    attempting to use 2nd
    hand clothes to show
    you how to get this
    coming season’s look
 ...
Only 20% of the UK’s

    population can wear
    black beautifully
    Black may be

    slimming, but against
    the ...
be sure you're

    draping yourself in
    the very best hues for
    you!
    These ladies did.....

Spring/Summer 2008
FASHION TRENDS
Purple, the next big “it” colour

    Orange, a close second

    Bright yellow, ink blue, tomato

    red and green st...
Tough denim teamed with

    sneakers in bright vibrant
    shades
    Skinny ties

    Neon colours, sheer fabrics

  ...
Colourful, joyous &

    feminine

    Upbeat mood – gentle,

    drapey, ruched &
    flowing

    Current trends from
...
Purple in all its hues


    Black & white stripes


    Neons - impossibly loud

    oranges, yellows, greens,
    blu...
Key fabric - sheer


    Key detailing - ruched,

    collars and belts

    Key item - headscarf


    Key garment - c...
Regal colour for the second

  season running:
 Every imaginable shade
 Head to toe in block purple,
  or used as an ac...
Blindingly bright and offering an

  antidote to the swathes of softer
  pastels
 Brilliant versions of yellows,
  orang...
Ruched gauzy skirts and

    dresses enfolded and
    merged to create
    beautifully interplayed
    fabrics and colour...
Diaphanous and delightful, - a

    modern take on romantic

    Fabrics are languid, floaty and

    layered organza

 ...
Timeless monochrome is

    updated with both horizontal
    and vertical black and white
    stripes

    Fine silk nett...
Chunky bangles, ankle-cuffs

    and über-chic, ultra-large
    Jackie O glasses will be
    prevalent.
    Shoes remain ...
Spring/Summer 2008
          is
  bright and brazen
  smart and healthy
Spring Summer 2008 is bright

    and brazen,

    Emphasis on smart casual


    Neons and denim adorn jackets


    S...
Key fabric - sheer


    Key detailing - neon


    Key line - body-hugging

    tailoring

    Key garment - black &
...
Purple in all its hues


    Black & white stripes


    Neons - impossibly

    loud oranges, yellows,
    greens, blu...
Every imaginable shade of

  purple - from lilac to plum
 Neutral grey suiting fabrics
  are revived by splashes of
  vi...
Tough rough denim in a rainbow

    of sky colours weights

    Casual jeans worn loose and

    tight

    Unusual use ...
Beautifully cut and

  constructed suits,
  inspired by Saville Row
 Sharply tailored but
  modernised
 Closely matched...
Specialist in Image Management
• 1-2-1 Personal Colour & Style Coaching
                        • Personal Branding & Image Re-Invention
                ...
on-
                                                        on-line colour analysis
colour analysis
                      ...
for teens                                     wannabee a stylist?
1-2-1                           £90.00        imagine ha...
corporate
train your people in the skills of
impression management through our
range of professional courses proven to
del...
Don’t be general. Be UNIQUE!




                                 Book your session with us today
                        ...
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
Dont Let Your Fashion Cost The Earth   Ditch2switch In Style
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  1. 1. Specialist in Image Management without it costing the earth
  2. 2. 2007 The Conservation Foundation & O2 Grant Award 2007 Runners up – Women4Women Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2008 Finalists for the Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire Chamber Business to the Community Category 2008 Finalists for the East Midlands Women of Worth Best Newcoming Business
  3. 3. We do recycle but not  enough! Thousands of tonnes of  textiles end up in landfill every year; 50% could be recycled The equivalent of 28 T-  shirts per person is thrown away every year!
  4. 4. Textile waste is  worth £400 million Clothing fibres do  not decompose Greenhouse gases  emitted Contributes to  climate change
  5. 5. The outfit our client, Kathryn Hopkins chose to wear when she received her OBE from HRH Queen Elizabeth in October 2007 was all second hand! A great colour combo for a pure Winter Season Lady!
  6. 6. Explore new ways in  which you can help the environment Become more aware of  the benefits of recycling Let one person’s trash  become your style treasure
  7. 7. Snap up designer  and vintage gear Pick up a stylish  new wardrobe Enjoy the buzz of  eco-friendly shopping in a guilt free way
  8. 8. Eco fashion show –  attempting to use 2nd hand clothes to show you how to get this coming season’s look Style presentations to  make you roar with laughter Toy swap shop for kids 
  9. 9. Only 20% of the UK’s  population can wear black beautifully Black may be  slimming, but against the wrong skin tone, it can make you look deathly pale Get our drift? 
  10. 10. be sure you're  draping yourself in the very best hues for you! These ladies did..... 
  11. 11. Spring/Summer 2008 FASHION TRENDS
  12. 12. Purple, the next big “it” colour  Orange, a close second  Bright yellow, ink blue, tomato  red and green still strong One piece dressing continues to  rule… dresses, dresses, dresses Transparent fabrics  Voluminous and body conscious  silhouettes ‘80’s street wear influences  Floral footwear and handbags  Peep-toe booties  Soaring heel heights  More patent  Tribal jewelry  Clutches, clutches, clutches 
  13. 13. Tough denim teamed with  sneakers in bright vibrant shades Skinny ties  Neon colours, sheer fabrics  but make sure your pec’s are pert Zips on everything  Emphasis is on SMART but  casual Cropped trousers in light  floaty natural fabrics Pajama bottoms are in! 
  14. 14. Colourful, joyous &  feminine Upbeat mood – gentle,  drapey, ruched & flowing Current trends from  Autumn 07 remain and evolve
  15. 15. Purple in all its hues  Black & white stripes  Neons - impossibly loud  oranges, yellows, greens, blues and pinks
  16. 16. Key fabric - sheer  Key detailing - ruched,  collars and belts Key item - headscarf  Key garment - cocktail  dress Key shoes - platform 
  17. 17. Regal colour for the second  season running:  Every imaginable shade  Head to toe in block purple, or used as an accent to spice up an outfit  Other jewel-like saturated shades of pinks and blues will reign
  18. 18. Blindingly bright and offering an  antidote to the swathes of softer pastels  Brilliant versions of yellows, oranges, greens, blues and pinks  Key items include swimwear  If this is too bright for you, include neons in your lip or nail colour
  19. 19. Ruched gauzy skirts and  dresses enfolded and merged to create beautifully interplayed fabrics and colours. Complex folds are designed  to confound mass production machines!
  20. 20. Diaphanous and delightful, - a  modern take on romantic Fabrics are languid, floaty and  layered organza Sophisticated and grown-up –  slightly high in the waist, slightly full in the skirt, slightly tinged and suffused with colour.
  21. 21. Timeless monochrome is  updated with both horizontal and vertical black and white stripes Fine silk netting are worn with  shielding to protect modesty
  22. 22. Chunky bangles, ankle-cuffs  and über-chic, ultra-large Jackie O glasses will be prevalent. Shoes remain worryingly high  Cuffs, scarves, and also black  and white bags with humbug- inspired shoes. The oversize bag appears in  neon. Graphic prints and metallics  also maintain their influence.
  23. 23. Spring/Summer 2008 is bright and brazen smart and healthy
  24. 24. Spring Summer 2008 is bright  and brazen, Emphasis on smart casual  Neons and denim adorn jackets  Sexy and overt with body parts  on show, The skinny tie and the hat  remain
  25. 25. Key fabric - sheer  Key detailing - neon  Key line - body-hugging  tailoring Key garment - black &  white chalk stripe jacket Key item - statement jeans 
  26. 26. Purple in all its hues  Black & white stripes  Neons - impossibly  loud oranges, yellows, greens, blues and pinks
  27. 27. Every imaginable shade of  purple - from lilac to plum  Neutral grey suiting fabrics are revived by splashes of violet, bright lavender and periwinkle  Shirts, ties, trousers and jumpers are infused with vibrant purple
  28. 28. Tough rough denim in a rainbow  of sky colours weights Casual jeans worn loose and  tight Unusual use of denim in fitted  jackets and lightweight jumpers Look for denim details on  everything, even bowties!
  29. 29. Beautifully cut and  constructed suits, inspired by Saville Row  Sharply tailored but modernised  Closely matched colours, shiny fabrics and immaculate grooming
  30. 30. Specialist in Image Management
  31. 31. • 1-2-1 Personal Colour & Style Coaching • Personal Branding & Image Re-Invention • Confidence Building • Leadership & Executive Development • Career Development • Image for Interview, Presentations, TV • Wardrobe & Shopping Management • Image for Exhibitions • Colour & Trend Predictions • Eco-clothes swapping Giving men and women unlimited opportunity without it costing the earth
  32. 32. on- on-line colour analysis colour analysis time an issue? too far to travel? stuck for for men 1-2-1 £95.00 gift ideas? see www.besavvy.co.uk for women 1-2-1 £95.00 for more information for groups p.o.a price basis: 11/2 hours demon warrior £55.00 control warrior £85.00 body shape & style for men 1-2-1 £225.00 personal shopping for women £135.00 for men £75.00 for groups p.o.a for women £75.00 price basis: 2 hours price basis: per hour or part thereof + expenses, subject to negotiation wardrobe management for men £75.00 make- make-up MOT for women £75.00 make-up lesson £40.00 price basis: per hour or part thereof + expenses, subject to negotiation price basis: 1 hour
  33. 33. for teens wannabee a stylist? 1-2-1 £90.00 imagine having an exciting, rewarding and high paying job showing people price basis: 2 hours for groups and companies how to make a fabulous maximum 5 people £ 395.00 first impression. maximum 3 people £ 225.00 price basis: 2 hours welcome to the world of image consulting! for bridal p.o.a get a new career for the new year and seasonal up-dates up- train with the Savvy Style Academy so 1-2-1 £ 60.00 that you too can start earning a groups max 10 people £120.00 lucrative income styling the nation! price basis: 1 hour come and talk to us about our range of courses and early bird fee discounts! non- non-surgical image re-invention re- for women p.o.a
  34. 34. corporate train your people in the skills of impression management through our range of professional courses proven to deliver the results your training pounds deserve. prices on application. Government subsidy may be available to eligible organisations. after dinner speaking witty, fun packed image management presentations that are guaranteed to make your audiences roar with laughter giving your event a truly memorable edge. prices on application. Charities are eligible for substantial discounts on normal fees
  35. 35. Don’t be general. Be UNIQUE! Book your session with us today Contact me through LinkedIn A Multi-Award winning environmental business

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