Well since heâs reading, and Iâm a designer/illustrator that appreciates symmetry and form, Iâll share my opinion.
Top row: All of the items are interesting and have visual appeal. I particularly like the use of the âhoodedâ shoes on model one, three and fourâs extended pants.
Row two: I like the first knit dress. The next three, no bueno.
Row three: The fur trimmed poncho (?) on the first model is interesting, and once again the shoes. I donât like the split *** paired with it. The next knit dress is rather basicâ¦and is that some kind of backpack she has on with it? Whatever it is, itâs distracting and just doesnât work, in my opinion. The last dress with the breast exposing plunge is interesting. It should also be made available in a higher neckline for those that like the hem length and sleeves but not necessarily the neckline.
Row four: A repeat of the last model from the top row, which I already stated I like. I also like the second black leather outfit. Then thereâs the color blocking pants and open ***â¦ah, no. The final outfit is just not appealing with the exception of the pants bottom zip detail. Maybe a different pairing on top and this may work.
Row five: Jelo to the belly button black dressâ¦worksâ¦and again the shoes. The satin white outfitâ¦not reallyâ¦.but some one will like it.
Row six: Maybe itâs the top, maybe itâs the underwear length ***â¦but itâs not working. I would like to see the top with something else. The white hooded outfitâ¦I like the overall design, but itsâ sheerness makes it a swim suit cover-up unless youâre an exhibitionist. The last group walk ***, canât really see a lot, but I know I donât like that first outfit.