This is Unit 7 from our Full Style and Image Management program.
Accessories form the essential finishing touches for outfits and can be used to create a specific image or mood.
A solid understanding is fundamental in the selection and creation of the perfect outfit for your female client.
This mini course contains 6 in-depth lessons covering the essential accessories women wear.
These lessons are part of our Style and Image Management course
Lesson 25 - History, Use, Timing, Mood and Scale of Accessories
Lesson 26 - Earrings and Necklaces
Lesson 27 - Heels and Hosiery
Lesson 28 - Bags and Scarves
Lesson 29 - Hats
Lesson 30 - Eyewear
Ann Reinten AICI CIP is a certified image professional with AICI, the CEO of Image Innovators and the creator of the Mastering the Basics of Image Consultancy course. With over 30 years experience in the image industry and 18 years as an image trainer, Ann these days coordinates all the training and facilitates the online training.
In 2010, Ann was awarded AICI’s highest honour: the IMMIE award for product innovation and excellence.
Over her career as an image professional Ann has helped thousands of individuals to achieve their goals through mental, visual and behavioural changes. Ann has written several image books, was the image feature writer for Australian Stitches magazine for six years and has been interviewed on many TV shows and media publications.
“Ann is an energetic and entertaining image trainer – she brings ‘real’ stories and insights to every class”
Anna Kozlowski – Australia
“She (Ann) truly captivated and communicated in-depth material in a way that was easy to understand and implement, enabling each of us to feel that we now have the competitive edge in the industry”
Ben Angel – Australia
“I loved every minute of my time with Ann, she is truly passionate about her business, as well as a lot of fun … Thank you Ann for sharing your knowledge with me and making this business so easy for me to get started, you have certainly thought of every avenue to put us in the loop to make a successful business.”
Diana Ailey – Australia
“At the risk of sounding overly sentimental – it is important to me that you know that you have made a really significant impression on me, and my aim, with your permission, is to try and emulate the gentle, authentic, generous and playful way that you approach your art”
Donna-Rae Patricios – South Africa