Buy Less and Live More with Science of Style

The Glenelg Surf Club played host to the launch of style guru Nat Tucker‘s new and exciting clothing line, Science of Style. Nat Tucker is the co-founder and director of Make It Look Easy, a website which offers an online ‘Boss Course’ created to help women form a positive relationship with their wardrobes. Since its initiation, there are over 500 women part of Nat’s ‘Boss Babe Tribe’, who connect and support each other throughout their personal fashion journeys.

“The Boss Babes are at the heart of the Science of Style label, and every item is named after a woman in my tribe,” says Nat.

The label offers a variety of cuts and styles in both bright and neutral hues, catering to every shape, size and skin tone. This follows from the incentive behind Science of Style, which is to encourage women to learn what works for them, and own it.

“The online store has a unique feature that helps customers select colours that best suit their complexion type. Customers can also access my free styling tips and videos to help them make better choices,” says Nat.

This feature is part of her attempt to eliminate myths surrounding black being the only wearable colour (we’re listening), working directly for the Boss Babes and their personal fashion needs.

Each piece is made in Australia, with a strong focus on quality and wearability. By keeping it basic, Nat has designed pieces which are perfect for versatile styling; bound to become wardrobe staples for those who struggle to find comfort in style. A basic alternative also leaves room for creativity, allowing individuals to showcase a bit of personality in their daily looks.

The line also incorporates a range of simple and elegant jewellery pieces and on-trend shoe options to compliment the garments.

It was incredibly heart-warming to see so many confident ‘Boss Babes’ rocking Science of Style pieces throughout the launch, and the pride was nothing short of beaming from Nat’s smile.

Congratulation to the Science of Style team! We look forward to seeing more Boss Babes on the Adelaide scene.

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