I just want to say a big thank you to you for your wonderful service you provided to me with my colour analysis, I feel I learnt so much from you and now I’m ready to sparkle and shine in my new colours!

Carolyn B.

I received my swatches the other day and I really love them. It was definitely worth it to invest in your personalized color analysis. I already feel better in my warmer colors and proper contrasts. Thanks for working with me and creating such a thorough online color analysis!


I love working with and knowing Imogen from Bespoke Image. Not only does Imogen know her stuff — inside out, upside down, anyway you want to look at it – but she’s generous. If you’re curious about style and how to look and feel your best – Imogen’s your first stop. If you’ve always wanted to know what colours bring out your natural beauty, talk to Imogen.

Jill ChiversShop Your Own Wardrobe

The “What Not To Wear” series on TV whetted my appetite for my own personal image consultant. Imogen Lamport’s web page advertising her services and products made it easy for me to contact her and arrange a consultation on a recent trip to Melbourne. Imogen visited me for a Colour Analysis and Makeup Update. She made up half my face and had me do the other half. This was a great idea as it gave me the confidence to use more makeup than I normally would and in colours that suited my skin tone. She also suggested changing my hair colour as the highlights I’d just paid a fortune for did not suit my colouring. During our shopping trip Imogen chose styles and colours I’d never worn before. The comments I’ve since received on how well I look has made me realise I’d rarely received any when wearing my usual black business outfits. My first job when returning home was to evaluate my wardrobe, and I now find I can get by on a lot less clothes because everything mixes and matches. Imogen, you offer a wonderful service in that you know just “what not to wear”. Thank you for my makeover, and giving me the confidence to step out of my comfort zone in choosing new clothing. I look forward to another shopping trip when next in Melbourne.

HelenAccountant, over 60 and loving it

Thank you, thank you, thank you. I had my colours done when I was a girl and found that I was a ‘winter’. I had great fun wearing those ’80’s colours (bottle green, Schaiparelli pink, royal blue etc), but lately I haven’t felt like wearing those colours anymore. Finding out my ‘new’ colours(and that I don’t have to wear black) has given me so much more choice – especially in the ‘neutral’ end of the range.

I feel so much more alive, I feel like I’m a real person again – people ‘see’ me. I ‘see’ me. Knowing the colours that suit me has given me the freedom to spend much more time deciding whether I like the cut and line of the clothes, and whether they actually suit me.

It also alleviates the fear of being pushed into buying something I don’t like. If I don’t want to buy something, all I have to say to the pushy sales assistant is ‘it’s not my colour’. I have bought fewer clothes, but what I have bought, I can’t wear enough. It’s also given me permission to buy that egg-shell blue suit that I’ve been eyeing off since 1990. If only I could find one with cut, line and style…

It’s given me permission to go blonde; last time I tried it, people looked straight past me, but this time, I’ve got a blonde colour that suits me, and with the right colours, I’m still seen as a smart, capable woman. I’m looking forward to going back to work and shopping for new work clothes that I like, rather than those that will ‘give me authority’ on the building site. Even better, as a mum of two toddlers staying at home for the next year or two, I’m looking forward to buying new winter clothes that aren’t the ‘regulation’ black tracksuit pants that I’ve been wearing for the last two years. Yes they were comfortable, but black really shows up the spew!

JanineLandscape Architect