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The most wide-spread method used to establish what lines to wear for your body-type have been described through similarities to geometrical shapes and visual queues: hourglass, skittle, pear, column, rectangle, carrot, square, apple, triangle, inverted triangle, and so on and so forth. What these criteria normally consider are the bust, waist, and hip ratios and…

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Adapting the wrong lines for your body

Last week I told you about going along with our natural lines, and not getting stuck with the three measurements of bust, waist and hips ratios. Here is a perfect example of vertical lines, wide, structured garments doing absolutely nothing for me. But I LOVED this coat’s concept, I loved the golden zipper details, I…

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Kibbe Style and Undertone: My Aha Moments!

For decades I’ve held the belief that I had a warm undertone. I always classified myself as an Autumn, and a couple of decades ago, when the twelve season palette was released, I jumped on the color-scheme wagon and plotted my way to a Soft Autumn palette. For over two decades now I’ve been shopping…

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