Start with Color Analysis
Color analysis greatly reduces the amount of clothing you need and the amount of sewing you need to do.
I find the seasonal color theory the easiest for students to understand. Most people can wear any color, it’s the shade of the color that matters. Knowing one’s second best color palette makes it easier to choose one’s best colors. The colors in one’s principle color palette that are the most like those in one’s second best palette are those colors
that will look the best on you.
When shopping for fabrics, ask other customers how a fabric you are considering buying looks on you. People are eager to help each other. All you have to do is ask. Hit this link for more information about color analysis.
Make a Swatch Book
Once one’s color palette is established, creating ensembles begins with planning and organizing one’s fabric. Creating a swatch book with yardages of fabric already owned and its location in one’s studio, saves both time and money.
Check that the colors and fabrics work together.
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