Can I wear stripes? Get the lowdown on what stripes to wear for your body type.
Lessons from Align style analysis: Bonus Lesson. Find out what subtle changes in design do to determine scale, line and volume in shoes.
Lessons from Align style analysis: Part 3 – Volume. When you know your scale and line, the next thing is volume. Volume is the result of large scale in an item of clothing, but there are other ways to create volume. Find out more in this blog.
Lessons from Align style analysis: Part 2 – Lines. The lines of your clothes are another important aspect that determines whether you look good in your clothes. Some wear vertical lines best, others need horizontal lines. But what do horizontal and vertical lines look like in clothes?
Lessons from Align style analysis: part 1 Scale. The scale of your clothes can make or break your outfit. The right scale lets you communicate your true self so you’ll look extremely beautiful in the process.
It’s time for a story… In this post, read what an Align client said about her experience.
If there is one thing I hope to accomplish with Align style analysis, it’s to help women realise that their body is valuable, beautiful, interesting, perfect the way it is.
With great joy, I introduce a new method for style analysis. Align is a science based, blindingly accurate method for finding the clothes that are truly right for your body. If you’ve ever stood in a fitting booth and wondered, ‘why does nothing I try look good on me?’, then this is for you. For more information about the service, click here.
Below is the story of how Align came into being, from the first idea to the road testing, and now the introduction.
In this blog series I share my colour story. In Part One and Two, I discovered colour analysis a number of years ago, and eventually decided on Soft Summer. Let’s continue with my experiences trying to live as a Soft Summer, and why that didn’t work. My next step was was to try True Summer.
In this blog series I share how my own colour journey turned out. In Part One, I told about how I chose Soft Autumn – for all the wrong reasons. Today we pick up the story again with this short chapter, where I quickly moved from Soft Autumn to Soft Summer. ‘So Soft Autumn it is. Hang on, what did that palette look like again?’