VIRGO Virgo the Virgin is a bit like the sexy librarian stereotype. Buttoned up, with not a hair out of place, little cat glasses and in muted or basic colors, Virgo still comes across as completely put-together and subtly sensual. Virgo is always fastidious and ladylike but functional. Virgo gravitates toward beautiful pieces that have a hint of sexiness without ever feeling too over-the-top. Suits, matching sets, blazers, and classic styles are the Virgo’s statement. “I am in control, organized and appropriate,” is the mantra. Clothes are always perfectly fitting and made from high quality material — no polyester for this sign! They are never too flashy or revealing, and would never wear anything too tight. The least amount of attention a Virgo can draw to herself, the better and the more confident she feels (Basically a reaction to the attention drawing Leo). Oh, and don’t forget a watch. Even in this iPhone era time, Virgo wants their watch as both a fashion and philosophical statement. Virgos tend to over-think, thanks to Mercury as their ruler, so sometimes they may over accessorize. Only in this do they go overboard. That rule of removing one piece of jewelry before leaving the house is a good one for Virgo. Virgo Colors are white, natural colors like beige, soft primary colors (blues, greens, yellows), forest green, moss green, wheat field golden — anything associated with the earth, much like Taurus their earth sign buddy. And navy blue is also a favorite, because of its ship shape and Bristol fashion connotation. Virgo Designers: Karl Lagerfeld, Tom Ford, Stella McCartney, Roland Mouret, Gareth Pugh, Elsa Schiaparelli, and Zandra Rhodes.
Photographer Tiziano Lugli L E FA I R MA G A Z I NE | 9 1