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  • 1.  Theprinciples of design are artistic guidelines for using the elements of design.
  • 2.  Thespace on either side of a central, imaginary line appear equal
  • 3.  When the spaces on each side of a garment are exactly the same.
  • 4.  When the spaces on each side of the garments are not exactly the same, but are still balanced.
  • 5.  Describeshow individual parts of a garment relate to each other and the whole outfit. • In fashion, the 3:5 ratio is commonly used.  In the average body, 3/8 of the body is above the waistline, while 5/8 is below the waistline.  Clothing looks best when it’s in proportion to your body.
  • 6.  The focal point of a design. It can be used to highlight your best features and draw attention away from body problem. • The emphasis can be done with color, line, texture, design details, trim and accessories.
  • 7.  Movement carries the eye through a regular pattern produced by design elements. There are three types of rhythm …
  • 8. A pattern repeats, as with rows of stripes
  • 9.  Lines or patterns flow from a central location, like gathers in a skirt.
  • 10. A pattern changes gradually, as in a change of size or color.
  • 11.  The design elements complement each other. They create a unified theme, and each part looks like it fits.