Gamine Video

Strong, witty, hardworking, fun, the Gamine is often a fearless leader or coach.

The Gamine clothing personality (which I call the Casual Beauty) is like a calla lily. Sturdy and full of color and variety, the trumpet-shaped flower can endure almost any condition. In the same way, Gamines thrive in situations where most of us would not know what to do. When they see crisis, they jump to action—like the flower that pokes through the ground before the rest of the plant. 

Sporting the Bold Look

By definition, “Gamine” calls for mischievousness. Girls (or guys- or children) with this Image Identity (Img.ID) are very opinionated people, and often their opinion toward fashion is negative. Typically, Gamines do not want to fuss with their image, which is why they very often assume their style is Natural.  This fun, animated gal is typically unconcerned with other people’s opinions of her and they seldom want advice–especially image advice, but the laid back, casual look conflicts with their strong nature. and is not recommended.

Gamines need color. If you are a Bold Beauty, I encourage you to be as bold with your attire as you are with your words. You are at your best when you are leading and laughing. BE you. Wear clothes that hold their shape like you hold your ground. Always choose three strong, contrasting colors and have fun with animated looks.

click here to take my FREE Image Assessment Quiz.

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If you are a Gamine, or know of one, who is struggling with their image, consider what image-coach Catrina Welch talks about in this video about the Beauty Battle (find it on YouTube here).
For more information on the Gaminel and the other clothing personalities (or Img.IDs)  visit www.catrinawelch.com and take her FREE Image Assessment Quiz.

About Catrina

Catrina Welch has been helping others with their image for more than 30 years. As a licensed cosmologist, certified image consultant and Biblical life-coach, she is well aware that image issues are far more difficult for some styles than they are for others. After her first husband left her while pregnant, she learned first hand that the greatest antidote to Confidence Conflicts is to know who you are, including your personal image identity. She developed a systematic way of doing image assessments for large groups, which she calls a “Supreme MakeOver.” Catrina is the author of five books, including “Confident Beauty: Reflecting the One Who Made You, with the Images in your Mirror and in your Soul.” She is the mother of four children. Catrina and Ron, her husband of twenty-five years, live on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. For more information about Supreme MakeOvers or having Catrina speak at your next event, email her at catrina@catrinawelch.com

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