Hi there! I decided to write this topic because some of you asked me about it. It’s very important to define your own personal style. This is one of the services I usually bring to my clients, so I am happy to share with you this information.
Nowadays there are hundreds of different styles: glam chic, romantic , eclectic, lady, bohemian, classic, city chic, smart casual…. OMG! How to define mine?
Don’t put yourself in a box and get caught in only one style. Because each style has many different facets, so you can play with those facets in order to be creative and achieve the look that helps you feel spectacular. One of the most important things you need to keep in mind when you are finding your own style is to be authentic, not a copy of someone else- just be you! You don’t have to create a look based on another person, but you can get inspiration and ideas from someone, and incorporate them into your own style. Your style will be according to your personality and will work for you and bring you comfort and happiness. For me this is very important. Let me give you an example:
This week’s post is because some of you have asked me how to create different looks based on a very basic outfit such as a pair of jeans and a white tee.
Unless you have a formal event, jeans are perfect for all occasions. Personally I suggest dark denim, because it is more versatile and easy to combine, but there are models for everyone. The important thing is to chose the cut that suits to your body type and makes you feel your best.
Imagine one of those days you leave home in this simple and comfy attire (jeans & white tee), and many meetings come up during the day but sometimes because of the hectic pace of life we don’t have enough time to change our clothes, so it is practical to turn this look from day to night or from casual to glamorous, etc… We can easily achieve that by adding different compliments, looking totally different with the same clothes. It is incredible how with some details you can achieve a big change.
Here are some ideas: