Thursday, 20 February 2014

Wardrobe Architect, Week Four

"Start with the shapes you rated last week and pick out the ones you rated highly. You can feel free to add to this list if there are other types of shapes you love and wear often... Now start brainstorming how you would combine these favorite shapes with other items to create balanced silhouettes.
A silhouette either covers or emphasizes different parts of your body. It does this either through ease (how tight/loose or full/tailored it is) or through length (how much it covers up)... I think each of us has a comfort zone with how much of our bodies we want to show and which parts we like to emphasize. our silhouettes should reflect these preferences.
Look over your shapes and ratings from last week. Start combining them and list out 5-10 silhouettes that you believe would make good outfit formulas for you. If you live in a place with dramatic seasonal changes, you might want to make a warm weather list and a cold weather list."

Cold Weather
1) Fitted v-neck/boatneck with straight-leg jeans
2) Button shirt with pencil skirt
3) Fitted pullover sweater with skinny jeans
4) Shirtdress or straight tunic with leggings or tights
5) No-waist dress with tights
6) Mid-calf boots, jazz shoes, or simple flats
7) Cardigans

Warm Weather
1) Relaxed tee shirt or simple tank with shorts
2) Simple tunic dress
3) Fitted no-waist dress with straight neckline and straps
4) Relaxed tee shirt with skinny jeans

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