Monday, 14 May 2012
How to have a Great Sense of Style
Fashion is a great way to express yourself... and make a statement about who you are and how you feel. Believe it or not, the way you dress has a major impact on first impressions, so its probably a good idea to dress in a way that expresses who you are, with confidence and natural style. Here's a guide to help you develop your own sense of style.
1. Don't Be Afraid. Wear what you like! Part of having your own style means not following the crowd, make your own decisions about what clothes you like; they don't have to follow mainstream high street trends. Just wear what you love and be proud of it, if others can see that you feel confident and natural in your clothes then others will love that your individual and not fake, copying common trends. Its super creative to be your own stylist, and people will admire you for your unique and personal sense of style.
Mango: Blouse £49.99 Shorts £29.99 Sunglasses £22.99
2. Learn About Style. To a certain extent you'll need to know what's hot and what's not. Have a browse through some good fashion mags like Vogue or Cosmo for some inspiration and to give you a feel about what you do or don't like. Most importantly get to know when clothes fit you. Many of us can't have the size 0 body shape of a model, but that doesn't matter. You don't need that to have style you need to find out what kind of clothes flatter your body shape. Go to http://www.shopyourshape.com/ for some advice.
3.Explore The Unknown. Go into shops you don't usually go in, although in mainstream high street shops your bound to find something in style, why not venture into a shop you wouldn't normally go into, you might come across a hidden treasure such as a uniquely styled vintage dress etc and accessories which no one will be able to find anywhere else!