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Your Lively-Rich™ Clothing Style Guide:

Your Lively-Rich ™ Clothing Style Guide How Your Lines & Designs, Textures & Colors Apply to Your Clothing

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Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary Table of Contents and Links

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Your Lively-Rich™ Necklines Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary BEST: Rounded, curved, open, softened angles AVOID: Hard or emphasized angles

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Your Lively-Rich™ Collars GOOD: Small, open, curved edges are best AVOID: Very wide or large, closed, bold, pointed, droopy Small, narrow to medium collars. Rounded or curved edges . If points, soft points are better than sharp Open looks are best. If a high neck, make it soft or rounded Click here to see Collar examples Very Large or Wide Closed-off or Sever Looks Bold V looks Strongly angular hard or pointed Droopy, draping Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary

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Your Lively-Rich™ Jackets GOOD: Short to medium length and details, rounded or curved lines . Short to medium-length. Small to medium scale details . Rounded or softly curved lines . Softer V lines can work too. These lines are more curved & okay These lines a bit too angular or boxy Click here to see Jacket examples Next Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary

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Your Lively-Rich™ Jackets AVOID: Jackets that are very long, closed, oversized, droopy AVOID: Long to very long lengths. Large or wide lapels AVOID: Closed, severe looks AVOID: Strong angles, hard, sharp & pointed angles AVOID: Unstructured, Oversized, Droopy looks Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary

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Your Lively-Rich™ Skirts Short to medium-length small to medium scale details & trim rounded and curved lines; fitted can be good (unless a weight issue.) Since longer skirts have long lines, buttons can break up the lines or flow helps. Stick with lighter looks. GOOD: Short or light lines, medium lines, light to medium textures With longer skirts: buttons can break up the long lines; fabric should be light to medium, and have a smoother surface. Avoid too heavy, thick, stiff or bulky. Short to medium lengths easiest to wear Flow or movement is good if longer Any pleats should be small to medium Click here to see Skirts examples Next Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary

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Your Lively-Rich™ Skirts AVOID: Jackets that are very long, closed, oversized, droopy Droopy or stiff long skirts large pockets oversized details and trim strongly angular, Avoid large box pleats. Avoid hard, pointed, or severe looks heavy fabrics or textures Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary

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Your Lively-Rich™ Slacks & Pants GOOD: Small to medium, curved lines, light to medium fabrics . Click here to see Slacks & Pants examples Next Small to medium scale in waistband and small to medium details & trim. Look for rounded, curved or softly angled lines in trim. Avoid mannish looks. If cuffs: go for small to medium. Fabric and texture are important in the pants you choose. Adding cuffs & visible pockets are less feminine, but you can still wear them. Use caution if mannish fabric. It can still work, but look carefully. More feminine styles don’t have zippers showing in front Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary

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Your Lively-Rich™ Slacks & Pants AVOID Droopy or stiff fabrics large pockets oversized details and trim very strong hard, angular lines heavy fabrics or textures extremes of severe and baggy looks . Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary

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Your Lively-Rich™ Dresses & Coats GOOD: Small to medium scale, curved lines. Light to medium fabrics. Click here to see Slacks & Pants examples Your Harmonies™ allow you to wear many types and looks of dresses and coats. For dresses, consider that the top is like a blouse and the skirt is like the skirts you can wear. Choose the colors, line, fabric textures, and details all relate to your Harmony Types™. The same principles apply to the collar, lapels, trim, etc. When you learn about your Personal Styles, you’ll find it interesting that any dress will have distinct Personal Style Expression, too. With a dress or a coat, the Personal Style Expression is even more noticeable as these are larger garment than pants or a blouse. Learn to choose for your Personal Styles and Body Type, too. Since this creates so many variables, here are some guidelines, rather than illustrations, so refer back to your necklines, collars, skirts, etc. Selecting Dresses & Coats small to medium details & trim rounded, curved edges softened points small to medium scale small to medium details & trim rounded, softened angled lines, defined lines fitted or softly fitted usually better w ith longer skirts, avoid heavy fabric AVOID very large trim large/wide designs Strong angles droopy or stiff long skirts large pockets, oversized details Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary

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Clothing Summary for Lively-Rich™ The details create the “big picture” of your look. Here are the details for making good decisions… Necklines: Rounded and curved. Some soft angles; not severely angular. Open necklines better than very closed. Turtlenecks and mock turtlenecks okay. Collars: Small to medium scale. Curved & rounded edges. Some soft angles can work if not a focal point. Open necks are good. Jackets: Your best lengths are short to medium. Lines and bottom of jacket can be curved and/or well defined. Fairly fitted and structured can be good, unless a weight concern. Lapels: Small to medium in width (1 1/2" to 2 1/2"). Curved and rounded. Rich Secondary allows for more medium scale with soft points. Trim: Small, narrow and refined. Rich goes into medium scale. Look for some refinement. Not too heavy, thick or bold. Skirts: Short and medium length skirts work well on Lively. Longer skirts need clean, smooth lines and light to medium weight fabric. Avoid heavy or bulky looking. Best lengths depend on shape of legs. Pants: Small to medium waistbands. Small darts or pleats. Fine detailing. If cuffs, small to medium, 1” to 1 ¼". Jeans work if good for your body type. Dresses : Think about the overall look of a dress, considering the top as you would a blouse and the skirt is just like a skirt. Coats: Small to medium pockets, lapels, and trim. Lively can wear light and smooth fabrics, your Rich Secondary allows more substantial texture. Remember: How much your Secondary Harmony™ affects your overall look and style will depend on your percentages. Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary

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Accessories Summary for Lively-Rich™ Accessories: Small and rounded accessories. Your Rich Secondary allows for some oval lines and medium scale. Lively can wear light looks; Rich adds softness. Thin to medium belts & straps on bags are best . Belts: Lively is best with rounded belt buckles, or at least rounded edges. Narrow to medium widths will be best. If wider belts or waistbands, they should be soft. Handbags : As a Lively you can wear small to medium. Small to medium sized handbags work well. Rich lets you go into medium scale. Straps should be narrow to medium. Shoes: Lively can wear light-looking shoes. Rich allows for a bit heavier lines in shoes when these looks are in style. Rounded lines will work well and Rich makes some ovals okay. Small-scale to medium-scale trim. Jewelry: You can easily wear small to medium scale as Lively. It will be easy to wear light, rounded, polished, and smooth looks. Refined or delicate styles are good. Your Rich secondary, you can stronger, more definite, more texture. Metals: Yellow gold, white gold, silver are good on you as a Lively. Shiny or polished metals are best. Avoid dull or heavy metals, such as brass, copper, and pewter – except in small amounts. Eyeglasses: Light to medium frames. Curved or rounded edges are good, can have some oval to the shape due to the Rich Secondary. Too angular or too pointed will not be your best. Small to medium scale will work. Avoid heavy-looking frames . Knowing your best shapes, sizes, and lines for all your accessories simplifies buying eyeglasses, bags, shoes, and even belt buckles! Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary Next Remember: How much your secondary harmony affects your overall look and style will depend on your percentages.

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Accessories Examples for Lively-Rich ™ BEST: Small to medium, rounded, curved smooth, light looks AVOID: Large, bold, angular, chunky, thick, stiff . Large and very large scale, strong angles Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary

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Summary of Concepts Summary of Concepts Every garment is made up of design elements. The purpose of your clothing is to enhance you. When your clothing is “in harmony” – you will be too. Look at a garment and try to analyze it based on the colors, lines, shapes, scale, and textures. Your design elements combine in your clothing & accessories to be great design choices for you. Make your own Stylebook. Go through catalogs and magazines to find pictures of styles that would look good on you. Or create an online style-guide by finding electronic images and putting them into your personal style site. Necklines Collars Jackets Skirts Slacks and Pants Coats and Dresses Clothing Summary Accessories Summary Concept Summary

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