So Proud to be part of Ottawa Bluesfest Gift Bags!

Posted on July 12, 2015 by Nadine Delange | 0 Comments

As part of the vision of Ottawa Bluesfest new fashion director, Julie Beun,
I am thrilled to be included in the gift bag given to 15 talented artists.
So exciting! Here is a sneak peak. Chance the rapper and Jason Aldean!

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Best color tie to wear in an interview!

Posted on January 21, 2015 by Nadine Delange | 0 Comments

Put The Interviewer At Ease With Green, Send The Message That You're Unique With Purple or Yellow, But Please Don't Wear Orange

"In terms of projection, your appearance tells more about you than what you say or how you say it," says New York image and style expert Carol Davidson. "And out of all of the elements of your wardrobe, color speaks first."

Green is a color often associated with a sense of calm and wellbeing, as well as wealth and prosperity. Davidson says it’s a good choice for an accent color as it will not only put the interviewer at ease, it will send a message of possibility and growth.

For more creative environments, Davidson suggests wearing a color that pops such as purple or yellow: "Purple sends a message of being artistic and unique, while yellow signifies optimism and creativity," she says.

Orange, however, topped the CareerBuilder list for the worst color, with 25% of employers saying it was the color most likely to be associated with someone who is unprofessional.


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How to Tie a Bow Tie

Posted on October 10, 2014 by Nadine Delange | 0 Comments

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Regional Contact Clip

Posted on May 28, 2014 by Nadine Delange | 0 Comments

Check out my Interview with CTV -So much fun!



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Brace Yourself

Posted on February 28, 2014 by Nadine Delange | 0 Comments

It’s time to rethink suspenders. Just the word conjures up thoughts of Steve Urkel from Family Matters when you should be thinking of Leo DiCaprio as Gatsby.

The Brits call them braces, cafe cuties call them awesome. You fine sir, may call on them any time you desire to bring a sharp edge to your ensemble. In a sea of belt cinched waists, properly worn suspenders distinguish your style. Their primary function is to keep your pants up but their placement and contrast with your shirt take things up a sartorial notch. Prepare to transition from fitting in to standing out. The suspenders look is bold yet sophisticated, classic yet hip and undeniably suave.

With belts, you know the drill. Wear one that doesn’t match your shoes and fashion police sirens blare. Wear one right and no one cares. Ever since you retired programmable LED and cowboy sized buckles, belts have been little more than a stylistic afterthought. Suspenders, however, open up a whole new sartorial world.



Even practical dressers can’t deny the beyond-aesthetic gifts of donning a set of suspenders. In fact, the look is simply icing on your beefcake when you consider the benefits of comfort, adjustability and durability.


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After years of strapping a belt on your horizontal, going vertical is certain to seem edgy. But donning a set of suspenders doesn’t mean you have to chuck all of your belts. Think of them as another sharp arrow in your style quiver and let it fly (and be fly). Start with a solid color like navy, that will match just about anything you wear and let your confidence in the look grow from there. But really, brace yourself, anyone with the slightest bit of attraction to you won’t be able to keep themselves from getting close and giving the elastic in your straps a tug. Be ready to stand your ground and enjoy your look in a whole new old school way.

Have you been rocking the suspenders already? How have people reacted? Leave a comment below.

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A little Friday Fantasy!

Posted on October 18, 2013 by Nadine Delange | 0 Comments

If I could choose anyone right now to represent my fabulous Neckwear, it would the the fabulous David Gandy. Even in his down time he looks effortlessly stylish.

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