Personal Style

4 Steps to Finding Your Personal Style

You know that old saying, You are what you wear? Well, it’s true, because your outfit can say a lot about your character, so if you want to stand out, you’ll need to create your own fashion style. Coming up with the style that’ll reflect your individuality and uniqueness won’t be easy, but with a few simple steps, you’ll be the next fashion trendsetter in no time.

 

Find your inspirationFind your inspiration

Looking up to your favourite style icons is one way to discover your own personal style. Think about your favourite actress, singer, fashion designer or some other famous woman that you would like to dress like, and start from there. Pick a few of their outfits and maybe you can even take a few pieces from everyone, and create your own unique outfit. Visit Pinterest and create a board with all the outfits you’d like to see yourself in, and the next time you go shopping, focus precisely on the items that you’ve pinned on your fashion board.

 

Revisit your closet

If you’ve already picked out a few outfits you like online, and you’re calculating whether you have the money to spend on clothes during your next shopping spree, chances are your cramped wardrobe needs some cleaning. Go to your closet and take a good look at all of the pieces that were piled up there for over a year, without being worn once during that time. Any sweater, pants, a skirt or a blouse that’s been laying around for that long, doesn’t belong in your closet anymore. Donate them, and make room for new pieces that’ll completely transform your current style the next time you walk the streets of Sydney.

 

Invest in timeless piecesInvest in timeless pieces

Once you decide to reinvent your fashion style, it’s important to know that you don’t need to spend a fortune on your new pieces. At least not all at once. Regardless of the style you opt for, be it elegant, hipster, casual, trendy or chic, you’ll need timeless pieces in your wardrobe that’ll go with everything, and create a new look every time you wear them. A leather jacket, little black dress, knee-high boots with a small heel, and a pair of perfectly-fitting jeans are all simply a must in every closet. Speaking of timeless, tattoos are perfect for expressing yourself, how you feel, or what you’re passionate about, so feel free to make them a part of your style. You can find some of the best tattoo artists who can do amazing realism tattoos in Sydney, without making them too flashy. Having your style in mind, think about the body part you want to tattoo and the size of the tattoo itself. A small delicate image or a quote can look stylish without attracting too much attention.

 

You don’t have to follow trends all the time

Your personal style doesn’t have anything to do with current fashion trends. Having that in mind, you should only look for pieces that you find stylish and that attract your eye. It’s perfectly fine to look at the latest fashion trends and incorporate some of them into your style, but sticking strictly to what is a big hit at the moment isn’t what having a personal style is all about. So, try your best to fashion an everyday look and identity that will express your own taste and your way of life. As long as your wardrobe pieces represent who you are, they are versatile, and you can match them with multiple other pieces and wear to a number of occasions, you’re on the right track. Also, it’s essential that you stock up on accessories. The easiest way to make any outfit work to your advantage is to add a bold necklace or layered, delicate jewelry to it. When you need some edge to your ensemble, a cool ear cuff or stacked rings will instantly give a new dimension to your look.

You don’t have to follow trends all the time

Discovering your personal style can be challenging, but if you follow the aforementioned steps, you’ll find what you like best in a blink of an eye. Feel free to look up to your favourite celebrities, experiment, invest in timeless pieces and you’ll be the next fashion icon.

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