The Science of Dressing Well
What looks better? Blouse tucked in, or out? What neckline looks best on me? What heel height can I wear without getting a foot cramp? All questions science and math can help you with!
In this hands-on online workshop, you will learn how to use science and math to dress well. No generic styling rules or trends, but some simple tricks specifically for your body.
This is not a workshop on how to dress to look slimmer, taller, bustier, etc. You can look great just the way you are. This is a workshop on how to use your wardrobe to the fullest.
This workshop is for women's fashion only for now. We limit the number of participants per session to 10. Would you like a private session for you/your friends/family/coworkers? Contact us.
In two sessions of 1.5 hours we will focus on the following topics:
The psychology of dressing well (S1)
The golden ratio for your body (S1)
The right neckline for you (S2)
The right heel height for you (S2)
The significance of colors (S2)
Language: This workshop will be in English unless all participants speak Dutch.
Tutor: Katrien Herdewyn, founder of Elegnano. For more than 10 years, Katrien has made it her specialty to combine science, technology, and engineering with fashion.
Level: This workshop is for everyone. You don't need math skills, we will give you the formulas.
Materials: You need a computer with Microsoft PowerPoint installed on it. You won't get homework, but you will need to bring a digital photo of (part of) yourself to be able to get the most out of the workshop. We will provide more details when you sign up.
Price: € 50.00 for the full workshop (= 2 sessions of 1.5h)