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julie w
Posted 2012-10-10 7:08 PM (#83612 - in reply to #83425)
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Rebells thank you for all your hard work, it would take me forever to do that. Personally I think that the pictures with the vest all look good no matter the contrast. However the ones without the vest looks better in less contrasting colours, showing that although the pants may not be he best shape for he body avoiding a visual horizontal line at the hips helps and would make outfit 3 wearable.
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thistles
Posted 2012-10-10 7:14 PM (#83613 - in reply to #83609)
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Very cool and great visual!
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Grandma C
Posted 2012-10-10 9:16 PM (#83614 - in reply to #83425)
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The vested pink shirted lady looks the smallest. I long to be the 104 lbs I once was. Thanks Rebells, that is great help. I hope I can translate that into my garment designs.
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rebells
Posted 2012-10-11 9:34 AM (#83618 - in reply to #83425)
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Glad you all like the visuals. The more I look at the second set of pictures the more I like them. I like the vested look better but I think the slimmer pants would look nice on my body type. I am rather top heavy so having an emphasis at the hip level might balance things out a bit.
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JoAnndjob
Posted 2012-10-11 1:00 PM (#83621 - in reply to #83425)
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Other things to consider. Today I tried on the same new pants with a top that is 2" longer and slightly less contrast than the yellow sweater. I have a defined waist, but drop straight down from 3" hipline to 1o" hipline. The longer top looks much better and gives a leaner look. The inset cross panel might also help to break up the hipline.
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Karen - Tech Support
Posted 2012-11-02 10:53 AM (#83892 - in reply to #83425)
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This last week I was visiting my daughter in Oak Park. She has glass in her front door. Going in and out setting up for Halloween. I had been wearing jeans with a Turtleneck that shaped to the body. Later I pulled on a sweatshirt and looking in the glass gained 10 lbs. Wow.

When the laundry is done, I'll take a couple of plctures.
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Patti
Posted 2015-01-27 3:54 PM (#89467 - in reply to #83462)
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Yes, I did. Oops, I tried the website and they have removed the interesting before and after photos. That's unfortunate as they were quite revealing.

I use the code and think my clothes are more flattering.

Edited by Patti 2015-01-27 3:59 PM
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