The design of the dress should follow the proportion of the body. The shorter the person, the shorter the dress and vice versa. Heels can be worn to alter the height to the proportion. No matter how intricate the design, it must follow the shape of the body
Outerwear should be something that you are happy to be seen in all day should the weather or climate be cold. It should enhance what you are wearing. You should be proud to put it on and feel good when wearing it. Outerwear is not just for warmth.
Pants are tricky, they should enhance your natural lines. Don't follow trends if they don't fit your proportion. Pants should be feminine, soft, or shape forming. Short women should not wear wide pant legs.
Classic looks, understated. Subtle color combinations. Simple and refined. The brighter the colors and the business of the design, the more simple the lines of the clothing should be. Staying subtle is the key.
Classic style coats and jackets with a twist. The lines should be in proportion to the body height and weight. The length can be adjusted using higher or lower heels. These coats and jackets are timeless, it's what you wear them with that dates them.
Fall colors should be subtle and pull from the colors that are found in nature in the Fall season. The weather can be unpredictable so layer to go either way. Scarves will enhance any look. Often, scarves can replace heavy coats if worn with layered sweater
Skirt length should be in proportion with the body height and weight. Longer skirts need higher heels or longer legs. Shorter skirts need well proportioned legs. Stockings and heels are a great way to help cheat. Be careful not to look cheap in short skirts
The more detailed the shirt, the more simple the bottoms should be. Balance is very important. Wear the sleeve length according to the proportion of your arms. Heavy arms look better in cap, 3/4, or long. Skinning arms look best in above the elbow length.
All of the boots in this collection are well proportioned to the leg. All shoes should be balanced with the length of the leg and the shape of the foot. The heals should be an enhancement, not a detraction from the foot.
Depending on the proportion of the foot to the leg, the shoes should help create a balance between the two. Small feet and heavy calves, should wear larger looking shoe proportions. Long and skinny should avoid heavy shoe styles.