To appear taller and thinner it is better to wear vertical line clothing. Also Monochromatic colors, smooth flat textures, and subtle prints, plaids are better to make you appear thinner and taller.
To appear shorter and thicker it is better to wear horizontal lines. Other things like bold prints, bulky texture, light, bright, warm colors and sharply contrasting colors will make you look thicker and shorter.
Diagonal lines enhance , alter, and conceal the contour lines of your body. If you want something to wear fit to your body structure then pick diagonal lines.
Curved lines add softness and roundness to apparel. If you don't want much attention the wear curved lines.
A bigger person should wear accessories that are bigger that bring out the clothing that they are wearing . Also wearing bigger accessories on a bigger person enhances their appearance.
A smaller person should wear accessories that are bigger that bring out the clothing that they are wearing . Also wearing bigger accessories on a smaller person enhances their appearance.
This room is an example of good emphasis because each side is balanced well with color and the same items. There is one of a item on each side of the room like the plants and the chair is evenly balanced.
EMPHASIS OF RHYTHM
Repetition, Gradation, Alternation, Radiation
This picture shows good repetition. It shows the same pattern over and over but it still creates a design. If you use repetition in the right way it can still create a pretty design. It doesn't always turn out to be something messy.
This is a great example of gradation. It shows how the whole picture is balanced but it slowly grades into another color. It creates a design just by the gradation.
This picture shows great alteration because the pattern is using the same designs but they're alternating how the pattern looks. Its two different patterns that are slightly different but they still switch them in the design.
This picture shows radiation because the lines are emerging from a central point. This makes the parts being an equal distance from the given point. You can see its radiation because the lines are creating a design.