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Pei's Personal Style Report


Dear Pei, Thank you for taking the time out of your busy day to meet with me, I really enjoyed getting to know you and your personal style. You definitely know what you like and have a good sense of your own style but we would love to introduce you to some new brands and shapes to diversify your wardrobe. It’s always fun to complete your look with a subtle “wow” factor to really make a simple outfit exciting.

Please enjoy your style report!

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YOUR PERSONAL STYLE ASSESSMENT

PERSONAL BRAND = Professional, Minimal, Classic BODY TYPE = No Curves STYLE PERSONALITY = Urban Sophisticate, Classic, Bohemian

PEI C.


BODY TYPE

Most professional athletes (and runway models) have this body type: where the bust, waistline, and hip width are within 1�-2� of each other. To create the illusion of curves, select silhouettes and cuts that create volume at the bust and hip line.

FIT GOALS Always highlight the smallest part of your waist Follow the curves of our body with details at the bust and hips to create volume

STYLE DETAILS Deep V-neck or sweetheart necklines create volume at the bust line Wrap dresses and peplum dresses help add more curves at the hips Bootcut and wide leg pants, short flared skirts are great for creating balance

PEI C.


SHOPPING FOR YOUR BODY TYPE

SHOPPING DO’S Any form that will give volume to your arms: batman sleeves, dropped sleeve line, ¾ length, flared, cuffed, etc. Cuts that add volume to your top half: empire line, yoke line, layering, wrap tops, and breast pockets Bottoms that have pocket or pleat details will create curves at the hips

SHOPPING DONT’S Avoid long, straight-fitted lines in dresses, trousers, and sleeves Tops and shift dresses with square necklines add boxy-ness Shapeless jackets - loose or droopy styles that hang from the shoulders

SHOPPING RULES Rule of 3: can you wear it with at least 3 items in your closet? For 3 different kinds of occasions? Try. It. On. Hanger appeal is not a great judge of how it will look on your body. If you’re on the fence, take it to the fitting room!

PEI C.


STYLE PERSONALITY

All black everything is your motto, it is your uniform, your suit of armor to face the streets of New York. Here are some tips for your look: Spice up your look with a fur vest or leather jacket. Go from work to night by pairing that work shirt with a leather or suede mini. Break up the monochrome with subtle print/colors in your blouse, lip color, nails, a cocktail ring, or clutch. Add some luxe details to your bag by hanging a fur key ring on the handle.

PEI C.


QUINESSENTIALS

MUST HAVE LIST TOPS: High-quality white v-neck tee, oversized cashmere sweater JACKETS: Fur vest, leather moto jacket PANTS: Dressed-up pair of track pants, distressed boyfriend jeans SKIRTS: Pencil skirt with hardware or leather detail DRESSES: Silk slip dress for layering SHOES: Leather sneakers, booties, laced-up strappy heels ACCESSORIES: Wrap around necklaces HANDBAGS: Chain link crossbody bag

PEI C.


STYLE PERSONALITY

The simpler the better in your case. This style‌ never goes out of style. Here are some tips for your modern, classic look: Go head-to-toe in a neutral color gray, camel, or white - for chic and on-trend look. Invest in timeless pieces such as a well-constructed blazer and camel trench. For a more updated style, try a sleeveless trench which doubles as jacket and dress. Add some pop to your wardrobe with a well-tailored, but bold, skirt. It’s classic, with a statement.

PEI C.


QUINESSENTIALS

MUST HAVE LIST TOPS: Rich tops with clean details, neutral colored cashmere sweater JACKETS: 2 Button blazers, structured trench coat or vest PANTS: Dressed-up trouser pants, well fitted dark wash denim SKIRTS: Tailored wool pencil skirt, bold patterned skirt DRESSES: Tailored shift dresses with structural details SHOES: Suede low chunky heel booties, leather flats, classic pointy pumps ACCESSORIES: Classic stud earrings HANDBAGS: Structured leather tote

PEI C.


STYLE PERSONALITY

To find your laid-back, California inspired look, indulge in prints and 70’s silhouettes. Here are some tips for your bohemian look:

Incorporate select accessories to get the look: a fringe bag and floppy hat will do the trick. Gladiator sandals or strappy high heels work great for day and night. A printed maxi dress works in and out of the streets of New York. Boot and flare leg jeans have come back in the last few years - they’ll give any look a 70’s vibe.

PEI C.


QUINESSENTIALS

MUST HAVE LIST TOPS: High-quality white v-neck tee, neutral colored sweaters and peasant style tops JACKETS: Suede jacket, over-sized cardigans PANTS: Distressed denim jeans, wide leg loose pants SKIRTS: Printed maxi skirts, suede mini skirt DRESSES: Maxi dress or flowy rompers SHOES: Suede booties, gladiator sandals, wedges ACCESSORIES: Dainty rings (stacked), and long necklaces HANDBAGS: Leather strap crossbody bag, perhaps with fringe detail

PEI C.


CLOSET TIPS!

A short list of some of best tips on how to turn your closet into a treasure trove of outfits: Flip all of your hangers to face the same direction. Every time you wear an item, put it back into your closet with the hanger hook facing the other direction so you know you've worn it. In 3 months you'll have a better of idea of what is simply decoration in your closet and in 6 months, you will know with certainty what to donate, consign, or trash. Pair one of your "go-to" piece with something new. You know that dress you're wearing every other / every week? Maybe it's time to give it a rest and your colleagues (or significant others) some excitement. Layer a button down under that dress, or put a cardigan or jacket on top and cinch it with a printed belt. Remember: if you buy a piece you can't wear with at least 3 items in your closet, you're not just paying for that skirt, you're paying for the top, jacket, shoes, and jewelry to go with that dress. Hang your jewelry next to your closet. We often have clients that tell us they need help accessorizing, yet we see jewelry boxes but no jewelry. If you don't see it, you won't wear it. Lastly, write down what your personal goals are. If you want to be "Classic, Sophisticated, and Chic," write that on a post it and put it next to your full length mirror. Does the reflection reflect how you want to be perceived?

PEI C.


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