Fresh ideas are needed when making a fresh start.  Let’s begin with what suits?

Those of you who need to present themselves to the world of work looking smart and polished, a suit is a simple solution.  I love the chic look a black suit with white shirt creates, but alternatives are out there.  Here is a guide to brighten your stance on suiting.

Arnsdorf believes what you wear has a direct impact on how you feel.  They paused their business in 2012 to realign with an ethical and sustainable approach and relaunched in 2016 with a slow-fashion philosophy.  Their clothes made in Melbourne have a chic timeless styling with edge.



Anna Thomas designs timeless classic pieces with a twist.  Anna develops her fabrics directly with Italian mills and creates beautiful ranges in colours and prints.  You know the tailoring is on point when designed by an Australian who designed for Max Mara.



Cue celebrated it’s 50th year in 2018 and it is worth remembering most of their items are Australian made with accreditation from Ethical Clothing Australia.  Their designs are always classic mixed with a twist and shout.  They offer great capsule items in black suiting but they also have some edgier items on offer.  Their tailoring is impeccable.



So freshen your approach this year to suit yourself by adding some colour.  Sometimes a change can lighten your step and strengthen your resolve.  Enjoy uncovering your own fresh look this year.

Until next time.

Cat xo


Posted by:catcarew

Brisbane Personal Stylist + Wardrobe Curator + Fashion Up-cycler + Helping women express themselves stylishly, sustainably, without the clutter.

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