“The man who can wear dramatic attire is usually tall and thin, sometimes very thin, with broad horizontal shoulders. Your body tends to have long vertical lines, rather than a chunky look, and your hair is dark or strikingly blonde or gray. Nothing about you is middle of the road. You have angular features, perhaps a sharply pointed nose and chin, and an angular body… In general, you wear bold or dark colors mixed with your season’s white for maximum contrast.”
Carole Jackson, Color for Men
“The Natural man is usually of sturdy or athletic build. Your face may be craggy with irregular features. or perhaps you have a square jaw and wide set eyes or simply a rugged and outdoorsy look. You might have freckles and your hair is rarely glossy… you’re the guy who can wear a beard or mustache well.” Carole Jackson
“The Romantic is a Romeo – a lover, not a fighter. You’re gracious and suave, with an air of an artist or poet about you. Very sensual and very social, you have expensive tastes and a bit of theatrical flair. The Romantic man is moderately tall with an athletic but not overdeveloped build – strong but not bulky. Romantics tend to have beautiful eyes and skin and thick hair – curly, wavy or straight, but always luxurious. Your face is expressive and well proportioned, important to your overall look.” Carole Jackson
“Your body is of average proportions, not too tall or short, neither lanky nor extremely muscular. Your facial features are evenly proportioned and regular, with no prominent features such as a big nose or a very square jaw. Your face has refined features and your coloring is medium.” Carole Jackson
“The Gamin man has a boyish face and body with a jaunty stride, and is perpetually young looking. You are a rather formal dresser and tend to be rather fashion conscious with an eye for detail… Though youthful looking, your clothes are always fitted and neat.” Carole Jackson
Style for Men
Color Analysis for Men
“Belle Northrup’s work was continued by Harriet Tilden McJimsey in her book Art in Clothing Selection, first published in 1963 and then updated and retitled Art and Fashion in Clothing Selection ten years later. You can electronically borrow the updated version at Open Library. This is the book that I am going to be talking about today.”
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|Sometimes I think I am a bit too spread out in my focus, with so many things that interest me. I try to keep them separated by the topics of my various blogs. Some of these blogs are offshoots of this one, some are not. You may or may not be aware of the other blogs, so here is a snapshot update.One of the main offshoots of this blog, is my EYT “Closet.” You can find a lot of info. about shopping by type, season and style (Northrup). This blog also links to my 4-T Amazon store. My other Amazon store lists color and type books. Any time I refer to type, I am referring to earlier type authors.Segerstrom, Donner, Wright, but also seasonal authors, Caygill, Callaway, Butler, Zyla, Standish, Garza & Lupo, etc.Have you visited my quiz site?
Over at my Contrasting Summer & Winter blog, you can see that I’m dressing Winter now!
Another offshoot of this blog, is my Makeover Assists page, which is really growing. I do photoshop paperdolls to help you try on a season, and much more.
On the Type-Wire blog, I have blog lists of bloggers I have found by Type. A lot of people haven’t been keeping their blogs up though. And I hear that a lot of them had to change the titles of their blogs if they referenced type due to pressure from DYT, even though there are so many other type authors! that makes me pretty sad because they are all just fans and support the topic.
At Mindful of our Makeup, you can find makeup lists for each season, linked to my amazon store. And there is a Mindful of our Makeup Facebook group.
And over at Astrological Counsel and Astro-Type, I just added a new career report offering, in addition to my other astrology reports and services, including astrology and fashion related ebooks and services. And we also now have an Astro-Type Facebook group.
Here at the Forum, in the Astrology section, I’ve also added a question: Do you look like your Rising sign?
If you buy my ecourse, you can also join the EYT eCourse Facebook group.
And please like my EXPRESSING YOUR TRUTH Facebook fan page.
See what I mean? Too much? Have you missed anything?
Be sure you join this forum. I would love help in getting the forum here more active. If you are a member already, or you choose to join, please make an intro post and comment on the forum topics. There is now a small CMAS Facebook group.
… but hey, don’t listen to me, EXPRESS YOUR TRUTH!