Personal style is not something that is just in the air. It is something you have and that you apply to yourself.
Just in case you missed yesterday’s post, do yourself a favor and go back and catch-up as I provided a lot of back ground information on style personalities that set the foundation for the remainder of the fashion articles this week, including this one. For the second post in the style personality series I am going to discuss the Dramatic style because it happens to be the broadest category, and it also happens to make up the basis of many of the personality combinations that exist, as very few people are clearly and succinctly one style.
The Dramatic woman loves to make a statement every time she gets dressed. She adores bold, geometric and abstract prints, combined with striking, bright color mixes for her accessories and foundation pieces, with plenty of black and white to always keep the contrast alive in her wardrobe. Crisp, extreme cuts with very little curve hugging materials and large, often distracting jewelry that always makes a statement and catches the eye of anyone who looks her way. A penultimate example of the Dramatic woman is Cher. Since the first time she strutted on stage during the Sonny and Cher show in her custom made Bob Mackie gowns, and long, lean body with striking features she has epitomized the Dramatic style personality. And in my own personal opinion, when women dress up we have a tendency to have a little bit of Cher in all of us, which is why the Dramatic style finds it’s way into even the most feminine of women.
Body – Maitreya – Lara
Skin – LAQ – Sophie
Eyes – IKON – Triumph – Dew
Earrings – Meva – Ani
Necklace – Atomic Faery – Betwixt and Between @ Penumbra’s AW’16 Fashion Weekhttp://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Knysna/105/219/3767
Hat, Jacket, Top w/appliers, Skirt – Virtual Diva – Emotion @ Penumbra’s AW’16 Fashion Weekhttp://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Knysna/105/219/3767
Pose – An Lar – Yolanda Series