Hello ladies and gents:)
This blog post applies to all!
When chatting between us, and talking about fashion and what we wear, like and dislike, we sometimes hear someone saying… that is not my style. What is your personal style… and how do you find it…?
Sometimes I am tagged in posts of outfits or make-up as people know it is something I would potentially like, as by now they know my style and what I am willing to wear when it comes to colours, shape, fabrics etc and what I feel comfortable in. Some people struggle with what is their personal style… here are a few questions you need to ask yourselves to find your style😉
What are you comfortable in?
When talking about comfort, I don’t mean flats and sweatpants, comfortable in the way you look and the image you want to portray. I think this is key, it is useless trying to fit into something or splashing on make-up, and when you look into a mirror and think…eehmmm, I don’t like myself. I never sacrifice my style for the sake of fashion. Of course, I do follow the latest trends but I adapt them to feel comfortable and confident in what I wear. This does not mean that I don’t experiment, for example the camouflage dress I posted a couple of weeks ago is out of my comfort zone, but I added the hat to make it more “me” 🙂
Make an outfit your own!
What do you want to communicate with your look?
Do you want to seek attention or the other extreme, not to be noticed? Do you want to portray confidence, a bold personality. Are you in tune with your personality with the look you are portraying? Also, look at your surroundings. Will I look out of place if I wear such outfits to this particular event….? If so, are you comfortable with that, or would you rather fit in and go with the flow?
How do you go about it?
Initially, you need to experiment. Look at bloggers and magazines for inspiration, and slowly adapt these to make them your own, refine it and add your own touch. Dress up and see how comfortable you feel in it and also see what feedback you get from your true friends. Finding your own style is a journey, it is fun and enjoy it! By time you will also note that it will change and evolve.
I hope this blog posts helps you with identifying your own style…let me know!
All the best for the week to come ☺️