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Welcome to your journey of discovery to create your own personal style, in order for us to prepare your Personal Portfolio work through the following questions.

 

YIN AND YANG

These terms come from the Ancient Chinese who believed that each persona is a blend of two personalities. These opposite characteristics, when put together make up a whole balanced person.

Do the exercise yourself – circle the words that apply to you:

YIN TRAITS

OPPOSITES

YANG TRAITS

Introvert
Quiet
Relaxed
Idealistic
Gentle
Reserved
Subtle
Intuitive
Submissive
Calm
(Gentle and Passive)
  Extrovert
Animated
Intense
Realistic
Forceful
Dramatic
Direct
Analytical
Assertive
Exuberant
(Forceful and Active)
     

 

How many did you circle on the left and the right?

Nearly everyone is a composite of both personalities. Within the framework of your "type” your moods may change. A tiger at work could be a pussy at home.

If you want to express a Yin mood (soft and gentle) use the light to medium colours in your Colour by Dezine® Personal Palette. If you want to convey a Yang mood (I am confident) use your brighter, darker colours.

For example: The soft Pinks, are easy, non – threatening, YINS. The Reds are the attention getting YANGS. The deeper wine reds carry authority and weight and they are also YANGS, but with added dignity.

 

YOU CREATE A MOOD WITH THE COLOURS YOU WEAR.

If you have a reserved personality you can choose the stronger Yang colours in your palette to give you confidence – did you know – people are attracted to colour! They will approach You! Alternatively, if you have a strong personality and want to “tone down on occasion” choose the Yin colours of your palette – or mix it up with a Stronger Yang colour mixed with a Yin accessory. Keep a balance, in colour and it will help balance your personality. Shop when you are feeling “up” - never go without your personal colour palette as your confidence guide!

 

A GUIDE TO COMMUNICATING WITH COLOUR

YIN

YANG

Soft Blue
Blue/Green
Violet
Soft Pink
Grey
Peach
White
Red
Bright Yellow
Dark Navy
Orange
Brown
Purple
Black
   

 

NEXT STEP:

We have six Personal Style Expressions – Dramatic, Town and Country, Classic, Romantic, Natural and Creative.

You can possibly like two style expressions i.e. a Classic for business and a Romantic for out of business hours. The most important aspect is not to mix two different Style Expressions in the one outfit – this gives “mixed Messages”.

 

THE TOWN & COUNTRY

The Town & Country type has a relaxed style that begs ease of movement and fun.

Out of all the personality types, you have the least interest in what might be fashionable. Your priorities are otherwise, but that’s not to say you don’t like looking good. You like to get up and go with no fuss. Loose fitting natural fabrics or non-iron fabrics are your choice and always comfortable to wear. Your instinctive style draws you to nature, which inspires you most in your choice of colour, so colours are normally softer

THE DRAMATIC

A bold sophisticated style, you are the woman who walks into a room and knocks them dead with your poise and confident individuality. You stand out in a crowd, outgoing, striking, and stunning.

Very strong, defined design lines in clothing, strong focal point either in the face or a portion of the body, something in the ensemble is isolated and holds your attention.

THE CLASSIC

The timeless elegance of this style is best reflected by women who value quality more than quantity, style more than fashion. You don’t want your clothes to scream “look at me”. Rather, they are smart and understated.

You like to blend your colours in a way that’s never contrived.

Others who try wearing classic styles appear boring. As a real classic woman, you choose the most uncomplicated, simple designs and look superb. You can easily make a bargain dress look like a designer number simply by how you carry it - with that personal addition of accessories.

THE ROMANTIC

As a romantic woman you like clothes that show the female shape, graceful lines, no hard edges or sharp angles in the silhouette. It is a feminine look, can be delicate, soft, pretty and womanly, caring. You project a warm and approachable person, not conventionally ambitious.

A Romantic pays attention to detail, from your choice of earrings and the collar on your blouse to the colour of your tights. You wouldn’t dream of dashing out in any old thing and spend whatever time it takes (and it can take time) to get ready.

THE CREATIVE

You are about creativity; you like to be innovative, unique and unconventional, independent, very original ensembles and putting unusual pieces together, maybe into vintage clothing or high designer. It is about making a statement with more ‘out there’ clothing.

 

 

Welcome to your journey of discovery to create your own personal style, in order for us to prepare your Personal Portfolio work through the following questions.

 
   

 

1. WHAT STYLE EXPRESSION SOUNDS LIKE YOU?

 
A. The Town and Country
B. The Dramatic
C. The Classic
D. The Romantic
E. The Creative

 

   

 

2. BODY SIZE, FRAME AND SCALE

 
A. Angular, model type
B. Casual appearance, outdoor type
C. Well balanced, figure, poised
D. Well rounded feminine figure, full bust, rounded hips
E. Small boned, compact, not large
F. Small boned, dainty, delicate looking
 

 

 

 

3. FACE SHAPE – WHICH LOOKS LIKE YOURS?

 
Contoured     Angled    
Heart Diamond
Oblong V-Triangle
Pear A-Triangle
Oval Rectangle
Round Square
 

 

 

 

4. PERSONAL STYLE - Which sounds like you?

 
A. Formal, can appear reserved, dignified, elegant, self-assured
B. Appears friendly, relaxed, outdoor look
C. Conventional, gracious, refined, lady-like
D. Feminine, flirtatious, charming, graceful
E. Youthful, colourful, open, approachable, informal, makes an impression, unique
 

 

 

 

5. CLOTHING CHOICES

 
A. Bold geometrics, oversized, patterns, asymmetrical, balanced, angular lines
B. Relaxed, straight lines, loose, easy, comfortable, oblong shapes
C. Balanced, controlled edges, head-to-toe blending, tailored look
D. Hourglass shapes, defined waist and curves, soft, draped, flowing
E. Small, sharp, crisply tailored, precisely fitted
F. Broken, curved lines, crisp edges, rounded shapes, lightweight fabrics
 

 

 

 

6. ACCESSORIES AND DETAILS

 
A. Bold, striking, large, plain or ornate, modern
B. Chunky, handcrafted jewellery, earthy materials, soft geometric shapes, minimum details, open collars, over-blouses, causal effects
C. Smooth and symmetrical, elegant and classic, understated, simple, tailored
D. Lavish. Ornate, intricate, workmanship, soft ruffles, waistline emphasis, sparkling
E. Simple or no jewellery, scarves, functional handbags, natural fabrics and accessories, ease of movement
F. Rounded, crisp, irregular, brightly coloured jewellery, embellished, intricate, excess trims, gathers, floral, lace
G. Unique, creative, unconventional, making a statement accessories, unusual colours and design
 

 

 

 

7. HEIGHT – are you?

 
A. Tall
B. Average
C. Short
 

 

 

 

8. WHICH NUMBER BEST REPRESENTS YOU??

 
1
2
3

 

1. Upper Body Dominant

Greater weight in the bust, shoulders, or back. Weight could be a combination of these or you can have your weight elsewhere, like the abdomen, but the greatest percentage is high on the body,

2. Lower Body Dominant
A greater percentage of your weight is in the thighs and or bottom
   
 
3. Balance Overall
Weight is evenly divided between upper and lower body.
 
 

 

 

 

9. WHICH DESCRIBES YOU THE BEST?

 
A. No Waist Shaping The waist circumference is equal to or greater than either the hip circumference or the bust circumference
B. Some waist Shaping There is a waistline but is not definite
C. Definite Waist Shaping Definite tapering toward waist, then out again over rounded hips. Women whose lower body is dominant have definite waist shaping with rounded hips
   

BODY MEASUREMENTS

A. Under the arms and above the bust
B. The fullest part of the bust
C. The smallest part of waist
D. Over the stomach and high hip bone
E. Around the largest part of your bottom
F. With legs together around the widest part of thighs

 

 

FINAL STEP:

 

PLEASE INCLUDE A FULL BODY PHOTO OF YOURSELF - PLUS A HEAD AND SHOULDERS PHOTO

 

   
Full Body
Head and Shoulders
 

 

Client Name
Email
Phone
Mobile
Physical Address
Postal Code
   
  We will now prepare your Personal extensive Beauty for You Style Portfolio
You have the choice of having your Portfolio sent to you as an EBook $46.00
Or alternatively, a Bound copy $69.00
 

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