STYLE SYNTAX TYPE CUSTOMIZATION AND WARDROBE REBUILDING WORKBOOK
***latest edition: 10/9/2016***
While successfully identifying your type and season in various systems feels like the end of journey, it’s really only the beginning. Once you’ve figured out what we are, you now have to begin applying what you know. How do you get everything to work together? How do you express yourself within the confines of a set of “rules”? That is what this workbook is intended to help you do.
Topics covered include:
-How to get all your types to work together
-How to create your own unique archetype that works with your types and expresses who you are
-How to dress for any occasion (The Three Levels of Dress)
-How to create a wardrobe for yourself that is balanced and covers everything that you need to wear
The workbook contains a series of exercises that guide you through these questions. Once you’ve finished, you’ll have a clear image of what your personal style is, and what you need to make it happen. To help you along the way, I’ve created a Facebook group exclusively for people who have purchased the workbook, so you’ll be able to discuss the exercises with others who are doing the exact same thing, as well as receive feedback from me. I also post extra content to the group.
The workbook will be emailed to you in PDF format, and is 20 pages long. I will include a link to the Facebook group in the email. If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Price: 10 USD
“Seems I might have to rethink my Kibbe type, something I thought was so totally fixed. But I don’t really get nervous because my style words give me a ‘lines free’ theme that could in principle work with any type. Yay!” – T.A.
“I love how this process you have come up with stimulates thinking about the whole process differently, more individually. And your feedback is so helpful. Plus, the whole thing is fun!” – S.F.
“”I finally had a chance to read through the workbook and it is awesome, Vanessa! I can’t wait to get going on it! Time is not always easy to find but I am going to make this a priority. Thanks for writing it!” – J.B.