Workbook Now Available

I’m happy to announce that I have finished the workbook and it is now available for purchase in the Store. It is a PDF ebook designed as a series of exercises to help you with what this blog is all about: your Syntax and your Style. It will help you take all of your different analyses and palettes and types, and use them to create a singular vision of your physical self. Then you will use this information and make it your own and do the most complex work of all: Using your style to express your inner self. Finally, you will examine your current wardrobe and make a plan for overhauling it to match your new style.

I’ve also created a Facebook group to help you through this process. In the group, you’ll be able to connect with others who are working through the book, discuss issues, or just share the work you’ve been doing. I will also be in the group to answer questions, offer suggestions, and give advice.

I’m really excited about this project because, as I mention above, I feel like it’s exactly what my blog has always been about. How can we use style to create a look that both addresses our physical selves and our limitations while also expressing who we are? This is the key to personal style that both looks and feels great, but it’s a tall order. I hope this workbook will help people accomplish this.

Anyway, it’s up right now in the Store. As always, if you have any questions, you can comment below or email me at hello@stylesyntax.com.

2 Comments on Workbook Now Available

  1. Shawna
    November 6, 2015 at 9:51 pm

    It’s interesting that you talk about lipstick suddenly working for you when you found the right colours/season. As I alluded to in my lengthy comment on the other post, it was my best lipstick colours that helped me to be certain I am soft summer. That rose-mauve sort of range is perfect on me and my own lip colour is pretty much rose-mauve naturally, though pale. In fact I can even skew towards a brown-pink or brown red as my skin tone is neutral enough. I can dabble in the soft autumn palette too, though the soft cool is better. I am so fascinated by colour I could talk about this forever so sorry for the long comments today.

    Reply
    • stylesyntax
      November 6, 2015 at 9:57 pm

      Haha, no problem! I appreciate long comments 🙂

      Reply

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