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daughters are not wearing it any longer, she will. She
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THE STYLE BIBLE
- by Simon Rademan
Herholdt Singer, motivational speaker
Shopping motto? Less is more. If you find
something you really like, you should buy it. – if
you can afford it. Don’t wait till you really need
Etiquette rule no 1? Etiquette is not so
important to me. Rather good manners and respecting
others. I also know that you must be true to
yourself and wear items that suits you and makes you
feel good about yourself.
Your wardrobe ally? A pair of pants that fits
well and looks excellent with everything and
Shoe heel height? Fairly high (because I am
short), but still comfortable.
Dressing faux pais? Oh yes, Thick heels and
thick block-like shoes, and although it was popular
at the time, it was not feminine!
many hangers in your wardrobe? Enough for my
Accessory ally? A grey and white checkered scarf
for the winter
Best asset? This is difficult, my smile!
Lipstick colour? Pink, reddish-brown colour.
What’s in your handbag? Just about everything.
I tour everywhere and therefore should be able to
find anything I might need in there.
Weekend style? I work over weekends, so I wear
what I work in. Other than that, I wear jeans and “tekkies”.
hand item? I have lots that are passed on from
my daughters, if they don’t wear it any longer, it
might still work for me…
Most expensive item? A pair of sunglasses – and
I loose them like I loose pens…
Cheapest item? A cap from a second hand shop
Best investment? A vanity case that I take on
tour with me, it has lasted for years…
Dress secrets? Do not just dress. Look as long
is necessary in a mirror, even if it means that you
have to dress, re dress, and re dress… till you look
What does your friend think of your dress standard?
He mostly thinks I look sexy. But more important
to him, is how I feel about my look.
What do you think of his dress sense? I think it
suits him. He learns every day as he moves along,
just like me.
Definition for style? It is how you portray what
you wear with dignity and poise.
Today’s fashion? Everything goes – free – own
identity – innovative – daring
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