It takes around 35 seconds to form a first impression and 93% of that first impression involves non-verbal communication. This implies that you will be judged on what you are wearing, your deportment (how you stand and hold yourself), and how you present yourself. Only 7% of that first impression is formed from what you say.
The good news is that JCS services about jewelry, colors, and accessory/clothing styles can certainly help you to create a fabulous first impression, emphasizing your best features (skin complexion, eye color, hair color, and face shape) and creating a harmonious look, with the focus on you, and not on what you are wearing.
To thank you for your appreciation and support during this whole year, JCS gives you three special Christmas gifts – valuable advice about image consulting – to help you look your best and feel confident! May this holiday season sparkle and shine, may all of your wishes and dreams come true, and may you feel this happiness all year round. The Jewelry Color & Style team wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2018!
Take a necklace that has a pendant or focal point. Measure the length of your face from the top of your forehead to the bottom of your chin. Then use the same measurement to measure from the bottom of your chin down your throat and chest. This is the point at which the pendant or focal point should lie, in order to create a well balanced and harmonious look.
- Do not combine black and navy.
- Do not combine white and cream.
- Do not combine brown and gray.
With regard to jackets, sleeve ends at the wrist bone when the arm is bent, to allow 1/4 to 1/2 inch of shirt sleeve to show. For women the classic length when worn with a skirt is to the legbreak, while the classic length when worn with pants is to cover the buttocks. For men the jacket is long enough to cover the buttocks; generally, from the bottom of the suit collar to the jacket hem is the same length as from the jacket hem to the floor.