Fit and Form

In this post, we will examine some misconceptions regarding bespoke garments. In order to produce a truly bespoke garment, a couturier must take a number of measurements on a client. The measurements are of two types: circumference-type measurements (such as, bust, waist, hips, and so on), and linear-type measurements (such as, inseam, distance from shoulder Read More …

Do You Have a “Complete” Look? pt. 3

Continuing with the theme of our previous two posts, we are going to look at shoes as part of a complete look. Shoes reflect, not only personal style choices, they also reflect what you value. High-quality, well-made shoes indicate that the wearer of the shoes values their appearance and their feet. The quality of materials, Read More …

Do You Have a “Complete” Look? pt. 2

In our previous post, we introduced the idea of a harmonized complete look. The key to achieving a complete look is to flatter your natural appearance. Your garments, your accessories, and whether or not you wear make-up all look their best when they harmonize together and flatter you. When you achieve this harmony, you will Read More …