Category Archives: Psychology of Wardrobe

Feelings as Part of Image

How you feel about yourself will be reflected in your image. This is why at Manhattan Makeovers we help clients not only with their wardrobe and accessories but also with their approach to life. In order to enhance your image … Continue reading

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Musician’s Image & Artist’s Wardrobe

Every artist must make a decision about their public image. Be My Baby by Ronnie Spector with Vince Waldron is a page-turner—and it also provides priceless insights into how an artist’s self-image can change over time, affecting everything he does … Continue reading

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Job Interview Wardrobe Advice from Image Consultant

Job interview wardrobe choices can be simplified if you keep three things in mind. First, you want to wear a color combination that is professional and that also makes you look good. Second, sexy is not good. And third, clean … Continue reading

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Your Image Compared to An Artist’s

When attempting to refurbish or invigorate your image, it almost always helps to compare yourself to someone you think is good and successful. This other person could be an artist, an attorney, a poet, or a movie star. As long … Continue reading

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Image Consultant Evaluation of Julian Assange

As an image consultant I evaluate Julian Assange as follows. He is unique in his wardrobe, like Tom Wolfe. In fact, he’s almost a negative image of Wolfe, who almost always wears white. Julian Assange almost always wears black suits. … Continue reading

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Halloween Story

Here’s a Halloween article in which I analyze what a man’s Halloween costume says about his personality!

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Have You Passed the Contrast Test?

Now and then a fashion idea comes along that’s too good to resist, and too important to ignore. Take, for instance, the notion that contrast is one of the chief factors contributing to the attractiveness of your appearance. The idea … Continue reading

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Why Wardrobe Has A Dual Meaning

Carl Jung believed that everyone strives to maintain a Persona, an outward personality, essentially the face they show to the world. But we also harbor a Shadow, that is, an anti-Persona, a part of us that is largely hidden and unseen … Continue reading

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