The Science of Amazing

Your best looks are determined by skin tone, facial structure, and body proportions.

 
 
Body Types

Body Types

Body Analysis

Proportions vary by individual. So I style by individual. To achieve an hourglass appearance, I use patterns, textures, and details to create a proportionately smaller waist and visual balance overall. For masculine dress, the shoulders, waist, and hips are made proportionate according to what you would like to see. The width of a lapel for instance, can broaden or shrink the shoulders. I create height and lengthier legs with color coordination, the right patterns, and the right shoe silhouette. Fabrics may hug to show your best attributes or can highlight something you'd prefer to not. I show you what works best for your size and proportions.


facial Analysis

Here I am measuring with a pixel counter to determine whether the client has wide set or close set eyes. The result helps to determine which patterns and shapes work best in clothing for the individual.

A comparison of measurements confirms whether your features are close or wide set in scale. The scale and size of your features determines what looks are most complementary. Your face helps to determine your best:

  1. Pattern scale

  2. Pattern size

  3. Shapes: geometric, angular, or curvy

  4. Focal point for pendants

  5. Most flattering jewelry shapes

  6. Texture (i.e. freckles or facial hair) also help me find which textures work best on you, especially near the face.


Color analysis tools.

Color Analysis

Your skin tone is either warm or cool. Your skin to hair contrast level is low to high. I find your contrast level and seasonal palette, and then can recommend complementary clothing for your skin. This gives your face a fresher, brighter appearance consistently.