Developing a Signature Style

If you don’t have a style or not sure what your style is, no worries. Developing a signature style can take years, but you can get started by creating a mood board. Pinterest is a good source of inspiration. You can also look at fashion magazines such as InStyle, Vogue and Elle. 

Start with the basics. If you don't have the proper foundation, it's difficult to have a functional wardrobe. When I say basics, I mean, classic pieces in neutral colors that can be mixed and matched. Once you have the basics, you can add other pieces that will make your wardrobe pop and add some of your character.

The categories "menswear" and "womenswear" shouldn't dictate how you shop. I have found some of my favorite graphic tees in the men's section. Take time to play with colors and shapes to find what looks great on your unique body. Matchy matchy days are over. Experiment with mixing and matching prints. 

Make sure to consider your lifestyle as you add pieces to your wardrobe. Look for pieces that can be worn in different ways. 

If you are looking for a more sophisticated or polished look, consider having your items tailored. A tailor can also give your wardrobe a more personalized look. If you are crafty, you can do this yourself. By simply changing the buttons on a top or jacket, you can change the look of a piece.

Remember that personal style is an experiment, you never know what amazing looks await you until you're in the dressing room. It’s okay to obtain inspiration from someone’s style but don’t imitate them. Make sure to stay true to yourself. We want you to be the best version of yourself.


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