The Art of Finding Your Style
Personal style is one part what you like, and another part what looks good on you. It's also about expressing your personality through clothing and making sure that your entire wardrobe works together to form a cohesive look. More than anything, personal style is about knowing yourself and trusting your own judgment—so if something doesn't feel right, don't wear it! Stay tuned for quick tips for building a personal style that feels authentic to you.
How to Develop a Fashion Identity
First, think about what you like and what you hate. For example, do you like jeans or dresses? Black clothes or bright colors? It’s a good idea to keep a physical list that details your personal style so that when it comes time to make decisions on outfits, you have something to refer back to. On top of that, it also helps for starters to ask their friends for feedback; while your peers may not always be fashion experts, they can still help provide valuable input on which brands and items look best on you.
Tips and Tricks for Developing a Sense of Fashion
So, you’ve done your research, you know what looks good on you and maybe you even know which brands work for your body type. But, how do you make it all fit together? Learn to develop a personal sense of style that is unique to your body and personality by taking these tips into consideration:
1) The first rule of thumb is to stay away from styles that are beyond your comfort zone. We want to feel good in our clothes, not self-conscious or overwhelmed. Always remember that finding a look should be enjoyable.
2) There are really no hard and fast rules when it comes to fashion – just guidelines for helping find something that works for your personal style.
3) Start with one piece at a time, then build each outfit separately. Remember, a piece of clothing can be used multiple times in various outfits so before your shopping spree, make the most of what you have.
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