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Creative Colour Styling with Julie Cobbe from “Stylefish” Saturday afternoon March £30

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Price: £30
Duration: Saturday Afternoon
Time: 1.30 – 4.00
Starts: Sat 28 March, 2020
Day(s): Saturday
Tutor: Julie Cobbe
Until: Sat 28 March, 2020

Colour is the cornerstone of every woman’s wardrobe. That doesn’t necessarily mean bright colours all of the time but it is about understanding your skin tone first and foremost and starting with the right neutrals! Learn how to pick the right tones, the right colour contrasts and just generally get more confident when it comes to making better colour choices for your wardrobe. Learn how an understanding of colour is the key thing that every stylish woman has in her fashion armour. 

This can be a one-day course with students signing up for Body shape Essentials in the morning 10.00-12.30 £30.00

Topics 

The Power of colour/ theory 

Skin tone analysis 

Seasonal analysis 

Applying what you learn to the products and items you buy 

Getting creative with colour 

The Stylefish rule of three. 

Behind the Business “Stylefish”

Julie set up Stylefish in 2009. Key achievements with the Stylefish brand have included teaching over 3,000 women, succeeding in getting backing from three dragons on Televisions “Dragons Den” in 2011.

In 2014 She launched her Diploma in Personal Styling to train, support and give other women the opportunity to gain a professional styling qualification.

Having learnt a thing or two about the female fashion customer, she now also works with retailers and companies who are looking to engage better with their female customer through staff training initiatives, customer service development and online customer marketing & communications.

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