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0.08 In a video you said that you look at the details of jewelry to avoid buying “cheap”. What specific things do you avoid? What specific things do you want?
3.03 I want to incorporate my darker greens into my wardrobe but am having trouble working out the best neutral to go with them. My palette is “Elegant”: Value contrast medium/high, Colour contrast medium. Charcoal and greys seem to make the greens quite dull and my burgundy make me look like a Christmas decoration. Think need a happy medium, something that will give the green a “bite” without going too “carnival”. Is there a neutral that would do the trick?
5.20 What to wear when you’re petite and plus size
How to Choose Jewellery
How to Work Medium Contrast
Petite and Plus Size Body
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0.08 I’ve just had thyroid surgery and, as a result, I have a 7cm scar on the front of my lower neck. How can I “dress” my portrait area without drawing attention to the scar or having to wear scarves or jewellery over it?
2.28 My style isn’t cohesive enough. When I make moodboards, they feel to all-over-the-place and don’t convey a unified style. Of course, I could just set artificial limits for my style, and that would make my wardrobe cohesive, but I don’t want to do that. I want my likes and personality to form one unified, visually appealing and memorable style. Like a wardrobe for a fantasy character. I want my style to be beautiful, distinctive, cool, and memorable, like a cool eccentric character. I love creating characters. When I design their wardrobes, it comes really easily to me, to make a distinctive, visually appealing clothing style for my characters. But when I try doing it for myself, it’s too messy and incohesive. I just don’t understand, why is it so hard to form my own style? I’ve been at it for 5 years now. It’s so easy to create a style for a character. When I create a character, I know their characteristics and create a visual style based on that.
6.53 How to formulate a capsule wardrobe to take me into the next phases of my life – 50s 60s 70s\