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What kind of style do you have?
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Posted on Mon, Apr 10, 2006 09:45

OK, my mom said that I need to change how I dress and that's why the type of guys I like don't notice me. The thing is I like how I dress. It's fun! So I want to know what your style is and what you think it says about you and whether you think a person should dress differently to attract someone even though they may be attracted to someone who is their opposite.



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Posted on Thu, Apr 13, 2006 10:12

I probably will not have a line anytime soon, I still have a lot to learn but I do know that any thing I design and or any clothing company I work for has to have a plus size division... most of my work actually starts out in a very curvy look but I have tried to draw regular "skinny" fashion models and while I appreciate the visual difference I actually prefer to draw larger sizes... It seems more natural. Despite the fact that I am one of those big girls that's big all over I have a tendency to prefer hourglass shapes and pare shapes in my drawing. I will post some of my sketches later... I should warn you though I have a tendency toward couture styles that are definitely not mainstream.



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Posted on Tue, Apr 11, 2006 11:15

TheCurvyTigeress write:
OK, my mom said that I need to change how I dress and that's why the type of guys I like don't notice me. The thing is I like how I dress. It's fun! So I want to know what your style is and what you think it says about you and whether you think a person should dress differently to attract someone even though they may be attracted to someone who is their opposite.


Me personally ... I just know what suits me and what I'm comfortable in. Trust me, you don't get to 40something without learning thar. Well, most don't, lol.

As someone who, on another forum, says they want to get into fashion design I'd have thought you had some fairly strong ideas of your own, otherwise what would be the point?

Should we be looking out for a Curvy Tigress rang for the more amply proportioned woman some time soon?



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