Some women are strong, spunky and secure in their opinions. The Gamine clothing personality is average to short in stature, but she is not fragile: not in build, and not in personality. She is like a Cala Lily: strong, sturdy and full of color and variety. The trumpet-shaped flower can endure almost any condition, in … Continue reading Gamine – the Bold Beauty
Some women are fast-paced, hardworking and unafraid to take risks. Those who are Dramatic in style have a daring nature that is seemingly uninhibited by the influences around her. Her long, straight features and extreme height are indication of her character. The Dramatic woman (or man, or child…) is focused and passionate about all she … Continue reading Dramatic – the Exotic Beauty
Some women are sensual in appearance and in nature, meaning they give great attention to the elements of taste, smell, touch and visual appeal. These are the kind of women you want to be around when you need comfort because they care deeply and they have a gift of hospitality. Like the orchid, this woman’s beauty is … Continue reading Romantic, the Glamorous Beauty
Some women have a sweet, innocent nature that brings with it a quality of freshness that does not threaten others, but uplifts them and inspires them. These women have a gentle strength that is like a breath of fresh air in our otherwise stressed and striving world. The Ingénue, like the Baby’s Breath, is the … Continue reading Ingénue, the Delicate Beauty
The Dramatic woman is just that: passionately expressive. Conversations with her are very deep and theatrically infused with emotional word-pictures. She’s a rather private person, but somehow doesn’t mind the spot light. In fact, many Dramatics take up their profession in the fine arts and are often found in the theaters or on television. These girls (and guys) put … Continue reading What to Wear for the Exotic Beauty
By definition, a gamine is a feminine example of a mischievous young boy who typically cares little about his appearance, yet has enormous charm. The french term for this boy is gamin, thus the term Gamine for the Bold Beauty, a girl (of any age) with great passion for inspiring fun and enforcing justice. Gamines … Continue reading The Influential Bold Beauty
Character: The Romantic woman is sensual in her appearance and in nature. She naturally gives great attention to the elements of taste, smell, touch and especially visual appeal. Like the orchid, this woman’s beauty is luscious and captivating, but sometimes hard to bring to bloom. Orchids will not share their astonishing flowers with the world … Continue reading You Know You Are a Glamorous Beauty if…
It’s not just Hollywood that sets fashion trends. With so many of us bloggers posting opinions on which fashions to follow, it’s no wonder so many women deliberate over what to wear! In one day’s feed you may find a number of blogs that contradict each other. We can relate to some new styles when the … Continue reading The Beauty of Branding your Image
Women are like flowers. They are beautiful and their presence alone can create an atmosphere for those around them. Like all living creatures, flowers–and women–have various species. Some flowers are strong and colorful, others are simple and sweet. The style of their beauty determines the atmosphere that they create. A vase of wildflowers makes a … Continue reading Does your Beauty Speak Authenticity?
The Dramatic is a fast-paced, hardworking woman who is not afraid to take risks. She has a daring nature that is seemingly uninhibited by the influences around her but the truth is she often has a very sensitive spirit. She is like an exotic flower, of which, of course, there are many kinds. I use … Continue reading Biblical Beauty: Dramatically
“What makes you pound the table and weep?” I ask this question often when I am trying to get to know a new group of women. I love to watch the expressions as the first participant speaks up. It’s like watching a field fire spread as each woman looks deep into her heart for what … Continue reading What Makes You Pound the Table and Weep?
When I was a little girl, if I was stressed, I hid. I remember the day my mom and aunt were making me dresses for kindergarten. It overwhelmed me out to repeatedly change and pose so they could measure and pin. I didn’t complain though; I was a good girl. Instead, the first chance I got, … Continue reading Three Tips for Helping Children with Stress