I’ve always been a laid back fashion lover. You know the kind of girl that spends half of the average time a fashionista would in a shopping mall, okay cut that into another half.
Finding your style goes above making a statement or nailing down the first impression card, it is all about approaching each day with confidence and never caught off guard as I call it. Believe it or not, the right wardrobe can make a difference in that department.
In terms of your wardrobe, we want you to really know what you like, understand what looks good on you, and how to shop or how to get the perfect design house . So when you find the right piece to add to your closet you exclaim, “This is so me!“. So, we enlisted budget-friendly advice to help you find your personal style.
Jot down the names of your favorite style icons and do a bit of research via Pinterest, Google, or Instagram to gather inspiration from their looks. Pulling different styles from several sources helps with your fashion style. Personally I love Gabrielle Union, Eva Longoria, and Khloe Kardashian and I mix them from time to time
CLEAN UP & CLEAN OUT
Take a long look at your wardrobe, now take another long look this time around with a fashionable friend perhaps. Toss what reflects on the era you made a really poor fashion decision. Then you can begin to rebuild and refine your wardrobe with a style that truly reflects where you are in your life and career.
It doesn’t have to be the most expensive clutch bag or dress. Being able to know how to recreate your style icons wardrobe is a learnable skill.
YOUR DRESS SIZE DOESN’T MATTER…BUT CONFIDENCE DOES!
As Diane von Furstenberg put it, “Confidence. If you have it, you can make anything look good.” You have the style power, you just need to wield it. So wear what makes you feel confident! Cause when you do, you smile bigger and you walk taller.
ASK FOR HELP
When you have a series of failed transactions you call the bank, when you have a skin problem you visit the dermatologist, and when finding it difficult to find a personal style you should contact an image consultant or ask the sales associate at the fashion house you visit.
You can find your personal style, be authentic and don’t settle for one look.