By Doris Pooser
This e-book offers a good assessment, however it doesn't lead you to make the right kind offerings with logical realizing - basically emulation from random model photographs. while I received to the half approximately face form, I had a troublesome time identifying what i used to be and her outlines weren't helpful.
Much of this was once self-explanatory for the elemental style maven.
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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FASHION AND STYLE Your individual style is you—who you are, your talents, your looks, your personality, your special way of doing things. Your style is forever, and it doesn’t change dramatically over the years nor does it change with fashion. It is important to identify your personal style and update it by being aware of the fashion direction. It is your style that is behind the clothes you select. By defining your body shape as a physically inherent style, it becomes a logical or scientific exercise to pick items that complement this style.
14 1 Wardrobe Basics Skirts and Slacks Start with two pieces either slacks and/or skirts depending on your personal preference and dress code, complementary to the first suit. 15 A Woman’s Guide to Success: Perfecting Your Professional Image Then add: Skirts Two to three selected in complementary fabrics and colors to work with jackets above. If suit comes with slacks add extra skirt. ) If suits above come with skirt only, add an additional pair of slacks. 16 1 Wardrobe Basics Blouses One white shirt Two accent colors or prints Tops/Sweaters Cardigan or Sweater Set Fine gauge knit, V-neck, turtle In solid or pattern to work with neck or jewel neckline slacks and skirts 17 A Woman’s Guide to Success: Perfecting Your Professional Image Dresses One or two pieces.
A suit of current design is one that isn’t obviously outdated. You may recall 28 Simonton 2 Basic Looks the men’s suits of the rebellious Flower Power 60s. They had wide lapels (to go with the super wide ties of the era) and trousers were often wide bell bottoms. Wearing such a suit today accompanied with long sideburns, regardless of the quality, says something quite unflattering about that man’s sense of style and appropriateness. ” In the 70s, women headed back to the workplace and were told to dress like men to portray power.
A Woman's Guide to Success: Perfecting Your Professional Image by Doris Pooser