If there is one thing I hope to accomplish with Align style analysis, it’s to help women realise that their body is valuable, beautiful, interesting, perfect the way it is.
With great joy, I introduce a new method for style analysis. Align is a science based, blindingly accurate method for finding the clothes that are truly right for your body. If you’ve ever stood in a fitting booth and wondered, ‘why does nothing I try look good on me?’, then this is for you. For more information about the service, click here.
Below is the story of how Align came into being, from the first idea to the road testing, and now the introduction.
In this blog series I share my colour story. In Part One and Two, I discovered colour analysis a number of years ago, and eventually decided on Soft Summer. Let’s continue with my experiences trying to live as a Soft Summer, and why that didn’t work. My next step was was to try True Summer.
In this blog series I share how my own colour journey turned out. In Part One, I told about how I chose Soft Autumn – for all the wrong reasons. Today we pick up the story again with this short chapter, where I quickly moved from Soft Autumn to Soft Summer. ‘So Soft Autumn it is. Hang on, what did that palette look like again?’
How To Look Expensive Part 2 With 12 Blueprints In Part One of this series was about using colour to look expensive, written by Christine Scaman of 12Blueprints – you can read it here. In Read More
Stealth and Statement Makeup While doing colour analysis, I spend a lot of time around makeup. While I was swatching, testing, and applying makeup, I started to wonder. What separates normal, average, seen-it-everywhere makeup from Read More
My Colour Story Part One – Soft Autumn As a new analyst, many people ask me how my own colour journey turned out. Well, my colour journey was long. Very long. Long to the point Read More
I am excited to get started and bring 12Blueprints Colour Analysis to the Netherlands. Stay tuned to this blog for fun, useful information and all the adventures inside my studio. A note on languages: Colour Read More