Today’s article again risks being the shortest, just like the one about underwear. The topic is extensive, I touch on it in every second article (if not with words, then with examples-pictures for sure) and I’m not going to stop. But we need to be clear. To mix styles means to combine things of different styles in one image (so far it sounds like “to cook borsch, buy a pot and beetroot”, but wait). Things of different styles-this means that each of these things completely belongs to the same style. One-to-one. And the second-to the second. And other things can be neutral-minimalistic. Or belong to one of the first two. Here I am not sure that it is possible to deduce the exact formula: how much and what style to mix with what. (But I’m sure that over time you can learn to see it). Continue reading
It is strange that the concepts of “oversize” and” fitted ” are often opposed to each other. To make a beautiful waist, we just need clothes that went a lot of fabric. And with a narrow dress and a belt, you can’t make any waist.
See. The average figure somehow resembles a rectangle (Yes, I know about simple and inverted triangles, about broad shoulders and hips, about an “hourglass” — but in order for a person to actually look exactly like a triangle or a clock, you need very pronounced disproportions or a very bright fantasy — the latter is most likely). Any body without clothing, or in clothing that fits, is still geometrically closer to the rectangle than to any other shape. And if you put a belt on this rectangle, then visually we will not get any such waist, but we will get two rectangles: Continue reading