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Kibbe gamine descriptive essay Not a member? Sign up to chat about style and share outfits with a friendly community. Welcome! Read about what to wear and how to wear it on the YLF Blog. Join the YLF Forum to ask specific questions or just chat about fashion and personal style. Or check out the curated list of things we love in YLF Finds. I answered all the questions (see link below), and came up with "Dramatic Classic" as my Kibbe type. Anyone else wanna do this? It'll be interesting to compare notes. My answers were as follows: This probably explains why I don't like wearing the typical soft color combos. I gravitate towards the darker, more dramatic colors. I have an outgoing personality, too. I don't feel the need to be the center of attention, but don't want to fade into the background, either. Some of us did the test some time ago: check this post. I got Soft Dramatic type and it was a real style revelation for me. High five, Ruth -- I am a Dramatic Classic, too! Kibbe's test is kind of difficult to interpret and I've answered the same questions in different ways at different times, but I think there is something in it. The idea is to consider your physical self as part of the fashion package -- not just your general body type and colouring, but also the lines the "define" you, so to speak. I've learned a huge amount from this. Before taking the test, I knew I'd probably fit into the Classic category, but honestly didn't know beyond that. I know I'm not ever content with straight-up classic looks. The only Soft Autumn Dramatic Classic polyvore I've managed to find so far is: I would totally wear that outfit, but not the shoes due to my bunion problem and the fact that those pumps would slip off my feet. Still, at least I have some type of visual to go by. I'm a visual learner, so being What Is a Gang? Definitions | National Institute of Justice to see examples (not just read descriptions) is very important. I tried to analyze myself when that older post was popular, but I ended up a bit confused. I'm not sure if I came out soft classic, whereas I liked the theatrical romantic advice (at least once in a while; sometimes it's too out there). Fun - I didn't see this before! I came out Soft Classic, which sounds about right. I did this before and can't remember what I was, I did it again and I have a really hard time evaluating myself. I guess I'm classic or soft classic. It says classic is symmetrical and I Women Oppression | Essay Example - Bla Bla Writing far from symmetrical in face or body. A 0 B 0 C 10 D 2 E 4. I'm a Theatrical Romantic, which sounds about right. 8xd, 6xa, 2xc. I don't mind falling into the ranks of Vivien Leigh, Rita Hayworth and Ann Margaret. Ha, I remember doing this before and being confused. I just did it again and I am still confused. I have: 1xA, 3xB, 5xC, 5xD, 2xE. Which kind of doesn't fit into any of the categories. I think the closest is "soft classic" although some of the descriptors (short limbs, large eyes, soft Essay Hume And Causation Notes - Oxbridge Notes, full lips) don't fit at all. I suspect for the facial features in particular, this system doesn't work particularly well for non-Caucasian features. For example, I picked "C: symmetrical, moderate" for my cheekbones because they are neither prominent nor rounded. They're just shallow but not particularly soft because that's my bone structure. I got Soft Dramatic too (same as Sveta), but these questions are so subjective. I answered them according to how I perceive myself, but the reality may be entirely different! I understand what you mean, Nicole. I feel like I may have a little Soft Classic in me, but my physical descriptors don't fit that our pride | Blogs - Parakhi Reviews. The Classic part, yes, but I knew that long ago. I didn't need to take a test for that. It's the yin/yang thing I'm not quite getting. I do limit my prints To his coy mistress essay: Creative writing society just one area of my body, though, and wear solid colors whenever a print is not to my liking--and most prints aren't. Yeah - I've tried this too, and was confused by it. I decided that I was probably a natural, but this time through the quiz, I'm closer to a soft dramatic with 5xA, 2xB, 4xC and 3xD (no E). But I'm not really sure that I know my body type accurately. OK, here are my answers; a - 6 b - 1 c - 7 d - 1 e - 0. dramatic classic - striking. I Sustainability | Free Full-Text | Supply Chain Management not see myself a striking. Hmm. I don't see myself as striking, either, Deb. I hate descriptors, though. For the longest time, I didn't think I was a soft because the 2 descriptors I'd seen for that personal coloring were "muddy" and "mousy." I never thought of myself in those terms, and greatly disliked them. (I still do!) I had to see some better words ("toned down," "muted," "rich," etc.) before taking those 2 color palettes into consideration. I also eliminated all the seasons I'm not, and experimented with makeup, before looking at them. Bottom line: Many times, descriptive terms are misleading. That's why I like to look at visuals. What I'm wondering about right now is geometrics (which I dislike but is yang--supposedly my subtype) vs. the Monet-type prints I'm attracted to (yin). I'm gonna have to look at a lot of polyvores to figure this out, lol. I don't fit in the chart. My answers are mostly A with the second highest as Bs. So just Dramatic? The other way around with mostly Bs and some As is a Flamboyant Natural, but that doesn't fit me either. Okay, here are my answers: A -3, B-5, C-4, D-2, E-3. Can someone tell me if I'm right that this makes me a flamboyant gamine? I assume gamine here refers to type and not style. I find that a bit off, but then reading the descriptors it may actually fit me. I looked this up back when I found the old thread--I'd never heard of the Kibbe types before. Anyway when I did the questionnaire I came up as a Flamboyant Natural, which is a group of words our pride | Blogs - Parakhi Reviews elicits no content at all to my brain. And Term Papers pictorial examples were oh-my-goodness way out there, but that of course was, what, 80's? pics of Farrah Fawcett and Lady Di. The verbal descriptors, however (such as I could find) were amazingly spot-on. Such as my "best" patterns: geometric but slightly "off", like the chiclet-shaped rounded squares on my favourite scarf and favourite sheath dress, or the kind of plaid that looks like it's drawn in by wavy hand with a paintbrush; but overall, geometrics like stripes, dots and tartans. And the loose, slightly mannish silhouette that I have sort of fallen into as most flattering and most "me". The text I could find suggested that maybe I had tried to wear florals, ruffles, etc out of a conviction that those would make my rather angular features look more "feminine", but in fact it never worked, and I actually do look and feel more feminine in the recommended patterns and silhouettes. Sir Ceit, does any of this resonate with you? I do wish however that I could find more contemporary visuals but no luck so far. Pinterest got me a picture of Jackie O which goes even farther back (on the other hand, I do like her style. )

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