HOW TO FIND YOUR PERSONAL STYLE?
Personal style is much like your fingerprints; Unique. It defines you. It tells who you are. Whenever someone thinks of you, your personal style pops-up in their head. Sometimes, it’s super easy to carry your style but sometimes, it may seem super difficult in this era of ever changing trends.
Finding your personal style requires a very crucial process. Each and every step needs to be clearly examined and performed. Today, in this blog, we will try to make it a bit easier for you to find your personal style.
CONSIDER YOUR LIFESTYLE
Have you ever seen a doctor in a gown or a teacher in athleisure fits (except PTIs, of course)? No, right? Clearly, your occupation and lifestyle play an important part in finding and/or deciding your personal style. It, in fact, makes it easier to find what might suit you and fit your personality when you take your job and daily tasks in account. Choose the fabric, quality, and comfort that will suit your work.
BE CONFIDENT AND AUTHENTIC
While creating a new style for yourself, make sure to be authentic and confident. Confidence can make any outfit or style look a hundred times better. If you’re skeptical about your new look, then try it for yourself first before going all public with it. You have so many styles available for you, so take your time, make sure that you’re completely satisfied with what you choose. Choose the one which boosts your confidence. You know how you want other people to see you; Try to create exactly that and top it up with a pinch of confidence and authenticity.
CONSULT A PERSONAL STYLIST
This may seem like an extreme option to many of you given how busy people are these days, but consider it as a one time statement. Personal stylists are experienced people who know exactly what might suit a person. They know how to give form to what you have in mind for yourself. They can help you get your personal style in existence. We realize how many of you may think as an expensive idea, but it will definitely prove itself to be a rewarding decision.
Well, no matter what style you choose, try to give it your “you” factor. Make it your own, authentic and personal style. Don’t consider it as a task, but play with it, have fun with it. It may occur to some people as an expensive task but it doesn’t have to be. Not all good clothes are expensive. Moreover, you can add spice to your style by adding some statement jewelry and by changing your hair without having to make any changes in your wardrobe.
Your style should match your personality. It should speak on your behalf. Wear what you’re comfortable with. It may take some time to find what works the best for you, but it will be all worth it.