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Petite women need to keep clothes in line, slim narrow alligator belts. Clothes with small padded shoulders should be chosen . Wear long tops that go passed your hips. Lighter colors on top can be worn, this brings eyes up. Wear dark stockings and avoid patterns. Choose accessories close to the same color clothes you are wearing including shoes. Avoid very wide pinafore skirts. The top heavy body types need to choose long jackets without shoulder pads. Do not wear clingy fabrics on top, choose darker colors on top. Do not wear tops that are to light. One color dressing will also be thinning. Coloring combinations are often discussed in terms of seasons.
* Winter: If you are a winter, your skin color might be pale, olive, or dark; skin undertones are typically blue or rosy pink. Hair and eye color often contrast the skin. Black, dark, or white blonde hair are typical winter hair colors.

*summer:Skin coloring is typically in cream or peach shades, with hair color ranging from auburn shades to golden and strawberry blondes. Springs often have freckles and lighter eye color.

Red, red-brown, dark blonde, and rich brown or brown-black hair shades are common for this season. Autumns also tend to have darker eye colors.

If you are a summer, skin undertones might be pale blue or pale pink. go for cooler clothing colors.

Winters look great in deep, rich colors such as black, deep blue, crimson, and dark pink. Bright white is another good color for many winters since this stark neutral works well with hair and eye color contrast.

Springs look best in soft, rich colors. Autumns look wonderful in rich neutrals, earth-toned, and spicy colors. Summers look excellent in soft shades and muted colors with cool undertones (or light colored neutrals). It brings out the natural red or pink coloring in the cheeks and looks great with virtually any skin and hair color. In many cases women already wear [colors that look good for their skin tone and hair and eye coloring, but the shades are too pale and don’t make their eyes pop or show off sassy hair the way a richer or deeper color might.

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