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How to define your personal style?
  1. What’s the common thread (no pun) in your wardrobe, is it blue jeans, black dresses, hoop earrings, funky glasses?  What do you tend to incorporate into your wardrobe regularly...

  2. What creates your most flattering silhouette? Is it stud earrings to accent the profile of your face, is it fitted dresses to accentuate your curves, or big hair to add volume to your look? What excites you...
"My theory is that if you look confident you can pull off anything." 
Jessica Alba

Agreed, agreed, agreed, but I think that’s easier said than done.  

It’s hard to feel confident if you’re unsure.  So if you’re trying to iron out what your style is, and there are things you want to try but are hesitant, experiment a little, nothing wrong with baby steps. 

I read a post on Reddit recently from a woman who shared that she loves the look of layered necklaces, but was scared to try.  She thought she couldn’t pull it off.  We talk about stacking and layering in a future post, but in the meantime, the takeaway here is you won’t know if you don’t try.

Your personal style might be solid and defined, you might know exactly what you like and what you don’t.  Most of us though I think are always evolving.  Having a foundation is great, knowing what makes you feel good and comfortable, and knowing what silhouettes flatter you.  Exploration however, is the icing on the cake, trying new things. 

"Style is the how not the what.  It's the way you put things together." - Tracee Ellis Ross, People's Choice Style Icon 2020

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