How to Dress to Express Your Unique Personality
If you are truly serious about wanting to overhaul your wardrobe and your daily fashion and style, the first thing you absolutely have to do is to let go of conventional thinking in terms of what is ‘acceptable’ in any given situation and instead embrace your own self-expression.
Your personality is something that can only be experienced by other people, and if you would like to change a person’s first impression of you to a more accurate one, then it is time to change how you dress.
With this in mind, here is a concise guide on how to dress to express your unique personality.
Break Away from the Norm!
Firstly and fundamentally, it is now time to stop following images in your fashion magazines or, indeed, attempting to emulate outfits you have seen on celebrities through social media.
Instead, disregard the fact, for example, that not many people wear yellow throughout the winter months; if you love yellow and feel it expresses your vibrant and outgoing personality, then you should absolutely wear yellow whenever and however you want to.
ake Yourself Out Shopping
Next, another incredibly important piece of advice when wanting to revamp your look is to schedule an entire shopping day, from dawn till dusk, and you should go shopping on your own.
Obviously, there is always a time and a place for a girls’ day out with shopping, cocktails, and laughs, but if you are committed to changing your fashion sense and how you put outfits together, you need the time and space to work it out on your own.
As clothing and the fashion world are billion-dollar industries, it makes sense that the world of online shopping, both new retailers and established clothing brands, such as women’s clothing Winchcombe, now have a much more accessible and thorough website, showcasing their many collections all in one place.
Just as important as browsing shopping malls on your own, you should also find your laptop and sit down with a cup of coffee and a notepad and pen, and write down everything you see, and furthermore, write down outfit combinations that you see on models that you think you would like to try.
Make a Style Collage
Finally, and especially if you are more of a visual person than someone who enjoys making lists, another fantastic idea is to head to your local newsagents and purchase every gossip, lifestyle, and fashion magazine you can see.
When you get back home, get a scrapbook and some scissors and begin to look through each magazine, cutting out any tops, bottoms, accessories, or outwear you can see and sticking it into your scrapbook.
There needs to be no rhyme or reason as to the layout of your style collage; rather, it should be a random collection of colors, styles, pieces, and inspirational quotes even, that match how you feel inside. This way, you can begin to craft a look from how you feel rather than basing your new clothing purchases simply on what is fashionable at the time.