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Saturday, March 4, 2017

Style Secondaries

I have a blog post at my spin off blog, EYT Closet, on (McJimsey) Style Secondaries:
http://expressingyourtruthcloset.blogspot.com/2015/04/styles-related-to-secondaries.html

What happens when you flop the dominant and secondary, or example:
What is the difference between Dramatic-Classic and Classic-Dramatic?

Both are probably balanced inner lines, outer lines more yang
http://expressingyourtruthcloset.blogspot.com/2015/04/outer-and-inner-design-lines.html

Here are all the possible Dramatic Secondaries, where Dramatic Classic can be like Lucky Guide styles Arty Slick, Avant Garde, or Minimalist. (please ignore Angelic as it's no longer on the quiz)


Dramatic Secondaries


Dramatic Classic - "Avant Garde" is also Dramatic with Classic, this is a Lucky Guide style too, balanced inner lines, outer lines more yang, also Arty Slick Lucky Guide, and Minimalist - you always choose high fashion and high quality

Here are all the possible Classic Secondaries, where Classic Dramatic can be like Lucky Guide Minimalist style.  So it's likely to be more muted than Dramatic Classic, as it's leading with Classic.
(please ignore Angelic as it's no longer on the quiz)
Classic Secondaries



Classic Dramatic - "Minimalist" is Classic with slight Dramatic edge, (like Kibbe Dramatic Classic) balanced inner lines, outer lines more yang, also Avant Garde Lucky Guide - somewhat reserved and sensitive, with high standards, choose classic styles, adding in dramatic touched and refined accessories


hire me: I do CMAS and Color Profiles virtual analysis

... but hey, don't listen to me, EXPRESS YOUR TRUTH! Jane

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