Fashion Characters

“When it comes to individual style it is easy to put other people into categories, but where do you fit in? Do you identify with any of these fashion profiles, or recognize your style overlapping into several characters? It is not a definitive list, but a lighthearted checklist of individual looks that live through the volatile flights of fashion. If each character appears to own an extensive wardrobe, it is because she represents the archetype of a style…”

Fashion Character #3. The Romantic

“…She has an original style, drawn from diverse inspirations. The key influence is her desire to look feminine without being predictable…”

“…She keeps a discerning eye on fashion, knowing instinctively what will suit and what will not…”

“…Period nostalgia is a great resource, often sparked by a cult film, opera or ballet…”

– Kate Hogg, author of Vogue’s Even More Dash Than Cash, 1989.

(Photos- Jane Mcleish Kelsey for Lula Magazine, Spring 2011)

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2 thoughts on “Fashion Characters

    1. ‘blankey’- Lula Magazine tends to use pretty models…which I like…as opposed to glamorous ones. And the styling is always a bit quirky too. :)

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