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Fashion B: Standard 11. Created by: Kris Caldwell Timpanogos High School. Principles of Design. Balance Proportion Emphasis Rhythm. Balance. Equilibrium or steadiness among the parts of a design. It is the visual distribution of weight. Formal balance: symmetrical

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fashion b standard 11

Fashion B: Standard 11

Created by:

Kris Caldwell

Timpanogos High School

principles of design

Principles of Design

Balance

Proportion

Emphasis

Rhythm

balance
Balance
  • Equilibrium or steadiness among the parts of a design. It is the visual distribution of weight.
    • Formal balance: symmetrical
    • Informal balance: assymmetrical
proportion
Proportion
  • The spacial, or size, relationship of all of the parts in a design to each other and to the whole. Also called “scale”.
    • Body is 8 heads tall. 3/8 is waist to top of head. 5/8 is from waist down. Styles that complement that natural figure are more flattering and stay in style longer.
emphasis
Emphasis
  • Concentration of interest in a particular part or area of a design. One part is more important or more noticeable, it is the center of the outfit.
  • It is best to have one area of interest.
rhythm
Rhythm
  • The pleasing arrangement of the design elements so the eye moves well over the apparel. It directs the flow of eye movement.
  • Repetition: Can be a repeat of lines, shapes, colors, or textures
  • Gradation: Also called progression. An increase or decrease in design elements.
  • Transition:A fluid rhythm created when a curved line leads the eye over an angle.
  • Opposition: hen lines meet to form right angles.
  • Radial Arrangement: Line come from a central point.
common body types
Common Body Types
  • Tall and Thin:
    • Things that would be good to wear:
      • Gathered or pleated skirts and pants
      • Flared or wide leg pants
      • Horizontal stripes
    • Things to avoid:
      • Tight fitting dresses, skirts or pants
      • Small patterns
      • Bold verticals
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Common Body Types
  • Short and Heavy
    • Things that would be good to wear:
      • Vertical lines
      • Empire, A-line, narrow silhouettes
      • Asymmetrical closings
    • Things to Avoid:
      • Two-piece or Two-colored outfits
      • Horizontal Stripes
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Common Body Types
  • Top Heavy
    • Things that would be good to wear:
      • Simple, slim tailored shirts
      • V necklines
      • Slim sleeves
    • Things to Avoid:
      • Clingy or shiny things on top
      • High necklines and large collars
      • Ruffles, bows, trims above the waist
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Common Body Types
  • Thick Middle
    • Things that would be good to wear:
      • Unfitted, but not full garments
      • Tubular Silhouettes
      • Details above the waist
    • Things to Avoid:
      • Fitted waistlines or tight belts
      • Baggy or bulky fits at waistline
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Common Body Types
  • Hip Heavy
    • Things that would be good to wear:
      • Attractive collars
      • Wide shoulder lines, yokes
      • Light colored tops with dark bottoms
    • Things to Avoid:
      • Tight fitting pants or skirts
      • Belts or horizontal bands at hips
      • Shiny, clingy fabric or bold prints below the waist
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