How the Kibbe Body Types Work: Shape Language

In this post I'm going to be combining two concepts that I'm very interested in, the Kibbe body types and a concept called shape language, which is practiced in art, design, and animation. Don't worry if you don't have any experience in art, design, or animation, because shape language is a fairly straightforward concept, that…

7 Wardrobe Staples That Fit Every Body Type

This week I have something a little different for you all, as I have a guest post by Eugenia from Kture, so without further ado, let's get into it! We’ve all been there: reading the ‘wardrobe staples’ articles, making a list of items needed to build our perfect capsules, high-end outlets to visit, and then…

3 Fashion Lessons We Can Learn from “The Queen’s Gambit”

The Netflix series The Queen's Gambit came out just slightly over a year ago, and then took the world by storm. I remember seeing so many references to it on Twitter, and then when people would ask "Hey, what show is that from?" the posters would immediately reply with something along the lines of "The…

How to Curate a ‘Dark Academia’ Wardrobe

Dark academia, the favorite style of many academics with a passion for reading. The style inspired by the concept of learning for learning's sake, rather than for grades or because you've been told to. This is a style that I hold dear to my heart, so I hope I do it justice in this post,…

Refining Your Style: 5 Questions You Should Ask Yourself

Developing and refining a style are two separate things, at least in the way that I see things. Anyone who wears clothing has a style, however it may not be their own style that they've intentionally developed. They may be teenagers who have always gone along with the clothing that their parents suggest/buy for them,…