How to find your personal style


‘‘Style is the perfection of a point of view”-Says Richard Eberhart. Think you don’t like fashion .Think you don’t have a marvelous style? I beg to differ! I bet you atleast have one or two style outfits you love. May be its something of you think of as your ‘go to” look, Appropriate for almost any occasion. Or maybe it’s real stunner-that only comes out for something really snazzy. May be it can be a pair of shoes, a purse, or a piece of jewelry. Regardless of what it takes a really good look at it. That outfit, or a piece, is a key element of your own, personal style.
About the look: Is it vintage? Ultra-Modern? Is it sleek and clean? Are the details intricate?
Why do you love it?
Is it the fit? The fabric? The color? How do people compliment when you wear it? What favorite outfit or accessory says about you speaks volumes! Use it to elaborate on your own personal style by describing it, the way it makes you feel and the details about it that makes your favorite.
Define & Refine
Fashion is what you adopt when you don’t know who you are.- Quentin Crisp.
I believe style should be easy and simple .Therefore, every item that lives in the closet helps to achieve the style I desire with no fuss _ Its just easy !!!
Wardrobe still counts; it exists as a kind of underlining base notes pulling together one’s public persona.

In terms of wardrobe you should really know what you like, understand what looks good on you and how to when you find the right piece to your closet.


Jot down the names of your favorite style icons and do a bit of research via fashion magazine, movies, fashion icons, designers to gather inspiration from their looks. May be you gravitate towards some celebrity look, but with dose of Deepika Padukone feminity,and a side of Ashwariya Rai Bhachhan’s classy Indian esthetic. Pulling different types of information from various sources is a great way to figure out what you like and dislike. Create a list of five favorite celebs or fashion trends you follow and save the images and outfits that most frequently are the ones you relate to, and the vibe that makes you the most comfortable. Why is this important? When you feel comfortable, you look and feel your best!


Take a good,long look at your closet and the pieces you already own. Toss what you havent worn in last year so you can start fresh .Then you can begin to rebuild your wardrobe with style that truly refelects where you are in your life and career.

Now by this time you already know what are your inspiration and what exactly you want to buy, likely there are certain items you need to recreate the look you admire. Make a list of items you don’t have and take it with you .Stick to your list so you wont be tempted to stray and pick up another impulsive buy.

The perfect wardrobe should not only be your vision and creativity but also be tailored to your life style. Consider the persona you want to create to the world. You want your style to reflect your personality. But also has to make sense in the field of your work, your overall life style the city you live in aligned with your long terms goals. Do you want a better job or try making it to a particular industry. Think about sharp and professional pieces.

Honestly no one cares what the size tag on inside of your dress, the focus should not be fitting into the smallest size ,get out of that squeeze- into-the –small- size mindset, the number does not make you confident but the feel in our own skin does.” Confidence if you have it anything can make it look good “so wear what makes you look confident”.

The single most things when developing your style is to be true to yourself, don’t just focus on size and designer label this might hamper your creativity. Continue to experiment each different style ,textures, accessories, shoes It will all boil down to feel good in your own skin- your style should reflect and celebrate your own life, individuality and personality .