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Re: The Style Coaching Institute Shows How They Dress For Preferences


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Here is the one style personality that the OP omitted that is my style...the classic dresser...see the link below:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95VFoI4lG7Y


If I HAD to pick a style, it would definitely come closer to classic than anything else. But certainly without all of that costume jewelry. 

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Here is the one style personality that the OP omitted that is my style...the classic dresser...see the link below:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95VFoI4lG7Y


If I HAD to pick a style, it would definitely come closer to classic than anything else. But certainly without all of that costume jewelry. 


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I love Classic too, especially what Ralph Lauren brings to the style.

 "Costume jewelry"  is the extremely inexpensive plastics you see in a department store often in the store brand.  They have prices like $5.99.   Small, precious jewelry would be lost on these outfits and be out of proportion. 

What was shown, does have designers names like Tory Burch and Kate Spade and run from $100 up, quite a few around $500.00.  TB is well known for her resin jewelry.  The metals are multiplated in 14K or 24K so they would look right with clothing in that price range.

 

These outfits would look good with Judith Ripka or David Yerman.  A lot of those ladies would already have their own real collections of large pieces.