I want to know where I can buy an Elvis Presley outfit made to fit. I want it with sequins, rhinestones and all the bells and whistles, as well as a wig, but hope it won't cost me an arm and a leg. Can you help? Elvis Lives! Tsing Yi The Dictator rules: I have tried to emphasise the importance of choosing clothes according to body type but I'm obviously not getting through. Your best bet would be A-Two Costume Workshop (7/F, Adolfo Mansion, 114 Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 2315 1451). Staff can make an Elvis costume to your specifications with some accessories, not including a wig, in seven to 10 days ($3,000). If you need a wig (why do I have the feeling you style your hair just like the King?), buy one where everyone else does: the Jolly Wig Shop ($130; 32 Pottinger Street, Central, tel: 2525 1884). For a cheaper option, check out www.costume-warehouse.com , which sells ready-made jumpsuits such as the Rockstar (about $265) and Hellvis (about $350). Delivery within Hong Kong (excluding outlying islands) is free. I need to have my colours done, revamp my image, my wardrobe, my life. Who can help? Self-analysis, Lo So Shing The Dictator: Don't look at me. I cannot even begin to understand how you've put this off for so long. Of course, I have never needed the services of an image consultant, but here are some who come recommended. Most will do a colour analysis to work out what best suits you. Colour Me Beautiful still exists and is practised by Eve Roth Lindsay of Savvy Style ($650 to $950; tel: 2719 9674; e-mail: email@example.com , www.savvy-style.com ), who also offers a range of style-related advice to teenagers, women and men (from $1,000). Similarly, Colour Secret (tel: 2537 2889; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org , www.coloursecret.com ) offers colour consulting (about $800) in English or German based on Beauty Is Life from Germany ( www.beautyislife.de ). Through the YWCA programmes Lucy Barrett offers Colour With Style classes that cover colour analysis, make-up direction and body shape assessment ($500 a session; www.esmdywca.org.hk ). I find self-tanning creams too greasy and heavy. Are gels better? Skin Deep, Stanley The Dictator: I think you've just answered your own question. Gels are supposedly absorbed into the skin faster than creams so you don't have to stand around naked for hours, but the quick drying makes even application more difficult. All these self-tanners smell odd and leave brown marks on light clothing. Unfortunately for you, few brands bring their entire self-tanning lines to Hong Kong because most people want to be lighter, not darker. Clarins carries its Self-Tanning Instant Gel ($171; Lane Crawford, Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 2918 4104) made with moisturising aloe and shea. Darphin does not sell self-tanner for the body but does have a Self-Tanning Gel for the face ($240; Lane Crawford, Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 2868 3566). Inexplicably, Lancome has entered summer without its Flash Bronzer self-tanning products but promises to stock them soon, including Shimmering Leg Gel (about $200; Lane Crawford, 70 Queen's Road Central, tel: 2869 7518).