Gregi used the see-though-ish frills on the sweater for my pattern. i used a seam down the middle of the skirt as a balance.I used a shiny belt for emphasis and i used a NY style-ish look (black, white and red).
Lindsey BlightPattern: I used pattern on the headband piece with the use of repetitive intersecting lines.Balance: I used balance by balancing off the top and bottom since the top isn't long sleeved I designed pants as opposed to shorts or a skirt. The shirt is one shoulder and on the side with no sleeve I put the headband on her head. This balances out the large sleeve on the other side.Rhythm: I used rhythm with the colors I chose. I chose to put a pop of a teal/blue color on the shirt, headband and on the buttons of the pants, in order to draw the attention to the slim fit of the pants and the stripe on the shirt draws attention to the main piece which is the shirt. Emphasis: I used emphasis by using darker highlights on the shirt and on the shoes in order to make clear how the shirt flows and the material it is made out of. Harmony: I used harmony by adding the teal/blue color to the pants, shirt, and headband, to tie them all together. I also used harmony in the colors that I chose and made sure that they all went together before using them.
Pattern: Horizontal strips of fabric.Balance: I put the belt buckle on the opposite side than the arm band is.Rythm: There is a rhythmic pattern with the arm band and belt buckle and shoe decoration, because it's all hammered gold. There are more rhythmic patterns in the belt, and shoes because they all have that off-white brown snake skin pattern. There is also rhythmic pattern in the neutral, browns and cream colors with consume the whole outfit.Emphasis: The emphasis on my outfit is the belt because it draws attention to her waist.Harmony: All the colors work together and it just fits.Love always,Brianna Banana