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Analogous
Colors side by side on the color wheel
Asymmetrical balance
Divided into unequal parts
Bell shape
Both diagonal and horizontal lines combine in the silhouette. Cut height and add contour to a figure
Complementary
Colors directly opposite of each other on a color wheel
Cool colors
Blue, green and violet, cool earthy tones
Curved lines
bending line without angles
Diagonal lines
Slanted lines that add movement and excitement to clothing.
Emphasis
focal point - drawing attention to area
Full shape
More horizontal and curved lines, make the body look larger.
Gradation
A pattern changes gradually, size or color.
Harmony
Way of combining similar elements to accent similarities
Horizontal line
Eye moves from side to side, makes you appear shorter and wider.
Hue
Name for color
Intensity
Brightness or dullness of a color
Intermediate
Combining a primary color with a neighboring secondary color
Line
A mark that connects 2 points and is greater in length than in width
Monochromatic
Uses values and intensities of just one color
Natural shape
Follows your body's outline, most classic and is worn most easily on average body sizes
Primary
Red, yellow and blue, basic colors from which all colors are made.
Proportion
How separate parts of a garment relate to each other and to the whole in size
Radiation
Lines or patterns flow from a central location.
Repetition
A pattern repeats, as with rows of stripes.
Rhythm
Created when one or more elements are used repeatedly to create a feeling or organized movement
Secondary
Combining equal amounts of 2 primary colors.
Shade
A color plus black
Shape
Outline, or silhouette, of a garment
Silhouette
The shape of a persons body created by wearing clothing of a particular style or period
Space
Area within the shape
Split complementary
One color used with two colors on each side of its direct complement
Symmetrical Balance
everything is balanced - divided into equal parts
Texture
Look and feel
Tint
Color + white
Triadic
Three colors equally distant from each other on the color wheel
Tubular shape
Rectangular with vertical emphasis, add height and thinness to the body
Value
lightness or darkness of a color.
Vertical line
Makes someone appear tall and skinny - up and down
Warm colors
Red, orange and yellow, colors of fire.