Well hello! Long time no speak. Now that my exam rush is over, I am back with more content so I hope you like it 🙂
I see fashion as a reflection of your identity and this should be the basis on which you build your personal style. Sometimes keeping up with trends yet staying on top of them can seem like a real chore and also can be a little bit expensive. So I am here to give you 5 tips on finding your personal style.
Go back through your wardrobe and see what you feel comfortable in. If you don’t feel comfortable in certain items, don’t buy it. Find what colours work for you, cuts and shapes.
Don’t wear things just because your friends aren’t or are. Invest in your basics as they can be the base of any outfit. Jazz it up with colourful accessories etc.
What type of girl are you? Girly, smart, boho, biker chic?
Not all trends work for everyone. I know some trends are hard to resist but not everything will work for everyone. Be tactical with the trends you invest in and lean more towards ones that will last for example skater skirts.
Create outfits in your head, Keep a folder of style inspiration and Look out for inspiration either on people or shop windows because Influences come left right and centre and it can be hard to keep track of.
I hope you found this helpful and let me know if you decide to change up your style with my tips.
You should also check out this post where I give you 16 must have staples for a versatile wardrobe.
Featured image: Salford University