Look Good Feel Great in Elizabeth Parker
We are thrilled to be launching our ‘Look Good, Feel Great’ campaign today.
The days of joggers and loungewear are behind us as we emerge into brighter days and begin to plan outfits for the life events we have missed over the past year. You might also be pulling your work wear out of the wardrobe in preparation for going back into the office. All these events will require us to get dressed up and put on something that makes us feel fantastic.
With that in mind we’d like to encourage you to send in or tag us in pictures where you are Looking Good and Feeling Great in your Elizabeth Parker Accessories. Whether you are at the office, a guest at a special life event or simply dressed up for your zoom call, we want to see you! Our favourites will be entered into a draw to win the cost of the item in the image back. That’s right, tag us in your pictures to win a refund!
Use the hashtag #LookGoodFeelGreatInEP on social media to enter your image.
What we wear can have an impact on our emotional wellbeing, in fact expert in fashion psychology and author of Mind What You Wear, Karen Pine, said ‘ We know our clothes affect other people’s impressions of us. Now research shows what we wear affects us too. Putting on different clothes creates different thoughts and mental processes… clothes can change [our] mood and thoughts.’
This week marks the annual Men’s Health Week (14-21st June 2021), this year the focus is on Men, Mental Health and Covid 19. Everyone’s had a difficult year with lockdowns and the challenges it has posed to our Mental Health. Even though we seem to be emerging from the worst of it, the problems the pandemic has unearthed will not magically disappear.
Men’s mental health has been concern over the last few years, there has always been a disparity in the number of men who take their own life and those that ask for help with depression, anxiety and other mental health challenges. Mental health is not something that men tend to talk about.
Men’s Health Week
promotes some insightful resources, encouraging men to get involved in their CAN DO Challenge on social media. Although we are all women at Elizabeth Parker we all know someone that has been effected by mental health and have been inspired by what we have read this week.