Style DNA explained
Colouring is about the combination of your skin, eyes and hair colour. The colour combinations are named after seasons, so find out which season you have:
You have winter colouring if your skin is dark or has a cold tone or an olive hue. That doesn't include rose or very pale skin. Eyes are grey-blue, brown or black. Your hair is blond or dark.
Summer coloured people have pale skin, grey-green, hazel or blue eyes, and brown, blonde or grey hair.
You have spring colouring if you have warm skin (think gold, easily tanned skin). You also have bright blue, bright green, blue-green or blue-grey eyes. You can have spring colouring with any hair colour.
You have autumn colouring if you have warm colours in your hair (golden blondes, reds or browns) and yellow or orange toned skin. Your eyes are blue, green or hazel.
Body type is largely about the relative width of your shoulders and waist. Style Pilot will recommend items that help to balance your dimensions.
Having a V-type body means your shoulders are broader than the rest of the body. Your legs are probably thin, and you don’t have a big waist.
A rectangular body type has the same width from your shoulders to the hips. It means you're fit, slim or average, but with equally distributed dimensions.
This means your shoulders are narrower than your middle section.
Now, your height - this is about fashion standards, so you shouldn't be concerned about the height group you end up in. Just go with it.
Ok, be honest here: Are you less than 5'6"? If so, this means you are shorter. Don't worry! We have plenty of tricks up our sleeve to make you look taller.
That means your height is between 5'6" and 5'10" i.e. average height.
If you taller than 5'10" - you are taller.