Frumpy can happen to anyone anytime! It has little to do with age, weight, height, coloring, or state of mind. If you’ve ever put on an outfit thinking, “This should look good on me. It’s my size. I like the styling and design. It looked good on the model/mannequin” only to look in the mirror with dismay, feeling frumpy, dowdy or messy, then you know what I mean. Of course, we immediately blame our body! Well, not anymore!
There’s a solution to feeling frumpy or out of sorts, and it’s simpler than you think.
This process has absolutely nothing to do with how tall or short you are (unless you’re under 4’10” and then the program can’t compute it (although I can usually have it hand-done by the creator of the Fashion Fit Formula)) or what your weight is. The results stay the same throughout your lifetime. Here’s why…
We take 12 vertical measurements. Whether you gain or lose weight these vertical measurements remain the same (unless you have a spinal problem that causes you to lose inches). If you follow the results of this process, your body will be balanced in your clothes no matter how your weight changes.
The initial consultation takes less than 30 minutes (in my studio). Three days later (by e-mail) you receive your basic measurement results and two weeks later (by mail) you receive a very comprehensive analysis package with recommendations for exactly (within an 1/8 of an inch) what length to wear your jackets, tops, skirts, sleeves, coats, pants, etc.
Everything will be figured to balance your body. As a result…
You’ll feel better in your clothes.
You’ll never again have to wonder, how long should this skirt, etc. be? Can I wear this or not?
We schedule a consultation in my studio (30 minutes) to take your measurements and explain the concept and process. The cost is $215.00 and the results are good for life!
Three days later you will be emailed your basic measurement results and two weeks later, you will receive the packet with all your proper lengths and explanations for them.
“I rely on the "Who Taught You How To Dress?" on-line forum so much for my growth, and it has been a great experience for me! I like to track and reinforce my growth throughout the WTYHTD? Program. So, looking back I found a really good discussion that I missed (because I got my home study program after May) on "How's your spring wardrobe shaping up?" Some of the topics included suggestions for a "second skin," buying warm scarves to wear from a contact in Lexington, (by the way, are the warm scarves for sale all year round?) and Karen Jones' questions about jackets for the warmer weather and wearing stockings versus bare legs. I want others (especially new people coming in) to know how valuable this tool is if they use it and you are the perfect person to let them know that.”