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Course Duration

7 hours

Type of course

Short Courses

Campus where course is offered

ITE College East

Learn how to observe colour-compatibility and its impact on skin tones, and types of dressing to flatter different body lines and shapes. Participants will also be taught methods of accessorising and planning a wardrobe.

Fee for this course can be paid using SkillsFuture Credits. Visit for more information.

SkillsFuture Course Ref No: TGS-2016502790

Mode of Training: Classroom

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What you'll learn

- Understand Colour

- Describe the psychological effects of colors

- Identify which temperature they belong to.

  • Cool
  • Warm

- Recognise what colors are suitable for different skin types

- Describe what a color wheel is, its usages and the application of color theories

  • Primary colors
  • Secondary colors
  • Color Triads
  • Analogues colors
  • Complementary colors

- Appreciate different body lines/types

- Explain the terms “Proportion”, “Balance” and “Scale”

- Explain dressing guidelines according to body proportion

- Describe the concepts of color  intensity and texture to complement their body shapes

- Identify body flaws and how to overcome them

  • Necks
  • Arms
  • Chest
  • Tummy
  • Waist
  • Hips
  • Legs
  • Ankles

- Explain the techniques of accessorising and placements

  • Jewelry
  • Belts
  • Scarves/ Neck ties
  • Shoes
  • Handbags

- Identify suitable necklines – Females / Males

- Identify the right hairstyles for different face shapes – male/female

  • Round
  • Oval
  • Square
  • Long

- Planning a wardrobe

- Identify the factors to consider in selecting clothes

  • Personality
  • Proper fit
  • Colour match
  • Fabric
  • Cost

- Explain what a basic wardrobe chart is

- Organise a travel and business travel wardrobe

- Outline the rules to make an efficient wardrobe

Entry Requirements