You may be reading this and wonder why on earth anyone would want to wear a colour that doesn’t suit them. Try telling that to a Dramatic Style Personality, who will be currently in the throes of scouring every fashion magazine for the latest must-have colour and styles.
The humble pocket has an illustrious past, dating back to the Iceman 3,300BC. Of course today, it is far more than a useful pouch. One can often hear squealing voices emitting from changing rooms exclaiming ‘it has pockets’. So much is our love for them!
We often hear about body shape and scale but do you consider your proportions (that is the length of your upper body compared to your lower body, and your waist placement). Once you understand your proportions you can adjust the way you wear your clothes to give the illusion of a balanced body. The most successful outfits are those in which the waist appears to be in the centre of the torso.
Have you lost your style mojo over the last year. Have slippers and tracksuit bottoms become the norm? You’re not alone. Enforced lockdown has had a dramatic effect on the way that we dress. And it’s likely that some of us will never go back to dressing pre-2020, having discovered our ‘natural style personality’.