Guest Author - Robin Rounds Whittemore
A birthday, anniversary, new job, class reunion, or even a New Years resolution can help nudge a woman into doing a makeover and changing her style. Remember that when you change your style, your perfume might change along with it.
Look at your present image. Do the clothing and fragrances you wear really fit you and your lifestyle? Is your hairstyle and color in tune with who you are now? There is a confidence you radiate from within when you look and feel your best. That goes a long way to help improve your image.
There are several female celebrities below. Which celebrity do you feel you have the most in common with? What would your choice of fragrance be for them? That answer can help you with questions about your own choices.
Take a good look at Angela Lansbury. Her “Murder She Wrote” character of J. B. Fletcher made me feel like we were seeing the real Angela Lansbury. She was always well groomed, color coordinated, and elegantly regal. Barbara Walters and Diane Sawyer fit the same image.
Sophia Loren makes the word bombshell come to mind. Her European beauty and sex appeal is everlasting as well as timeless. Raquel Welch and Ann-Margaret are other women who fit that description.
Originality and daring describes Cher. This woman who speaks her mind and isn’t afraid to let you see who she is has a unique charm about her. The outfits she has worn in public have shocked some, but you have to admit, she is daringly original. Madonna is another woman who is very much like Cher in many ways image-wise with clothing.
For a sporty naturalist like Jennifer Anniston, that usually looks relaxed and confident. Jackie Kennedy, aboard the yacht, gave off that same look; and seemed to be more natural and “at home” in that style. Jane Fonda is another example of someone with that same image.
Elizabeth Taylor is a wonderful example of someone that a romantic person aspires to be. What could be more romantic than for your husband to give you a diamond ring that the whole world knew about? Jane Seymour definitely is in the romantic category as well.
Perhaps you change your image on a daily basis, the weekends, or just “after 5”. When your image changes, the fragrances you wear might change as well. After all, your fragrance is an extension of you.