Monday, September 9, 2019

HOW TO FIND YOUR STYLE BY ZINNAT WILLIAMS

Personal style refining can be a struggle. The impact of personal style goes far beyond making a good impression, great style is also about approaching each day with confidence and the ability to feel legitimately beautiful in what we are wearing. The right clothes can make you a great personality on the outlook. Peruse yourself by knowing the style that fits you, explore a different kind of wears to know the looks that fits you best.


* Seek inspirations: outline the name of your favorite style icons. Pulling different types of inspiration from several sources is a great way to figure out what you like or dislike. Create a list of your favorite celebs and bloggers, do a quick search on each of them a pin the images of their outfits that most resonate with you. Write down the elements you like about their looks and pull the looks together on yourself.


* Shop smart: when you are going shopping outline the cloth items you need and doesn’t go out of vogue. Also, have in mind a visual picture of your wardrobe items, so you can pair the clothes together if you are to get it or not. Don’t streamline your style to what other people wear, you can go overboard by buying the unusual kind of piece and pairing it with the usual to create your style.



 * Consider your lifestyle and goals: the perfect wardrobe should not only represent your vision and creativity. It should be tailored to your lifestyle. Consider the persona you want to present to the world. You want your style to reflect your personality but it also has to make sense in your field of work, your overall lifestyle. Write down all the different situations you are in during a given work, be it work, parties, dinners with friends or significant others, lounging, special occasions. Revisit the list when it’s time to clean out your closet or shop for new clothes. If an item doesn’t check multiple boxes. It’s probably not worth your money. The key is to find pieces that can mix, match and crossover from one category to another.


  
* Dress size doesn’t matter but your confidence does: stay clear from the squeeze-into -the-smallest-size mindset, because of a number shouldn’t make you feel comfortable or confident but how you feel in your skin does and when you feel your best, you stand taller and people will notice.


-Accessories.: the easiest way to pull any look together regardless of the vibe you want to achieve. A cool ear cuff or stacked rings can give you an instant edge and pearls can make you look polished and ladylike in an instant.

Trust your instincts: when developing your style be truthful to yourself. Don’t focus on the size or the designer label. Experiment with different patterns, textures, accessories, and shoes. It all sums up to feeling good in your own skin, your style should reflect and celebrate your life. Own your style, be proud of it and embrace fashion as a way to express who you are and who you want to be.


Personal style is not static. Try not to shop too much, try not to buy into trends the moment you see them. Let your thoughts marinate, cogitate on something before you buy it.
Stop taking your taste for granted or assuming it as a fact of who you are. Challenge yourself to understand why you are drawn to particular garments and why you like specific pairings.

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