Finding Your Fashion Style

Fashion is subjective – however it is a universal language that we all speak each day when we present ourselves to the world. It is likely that since lockdown began in 2020 many of us have spent 90% of our time wearing pajamas and sweats; and now that measures are lifting a lot of us have no idea how to dress any more.

But don’t fret ladies; we’re here for you.

Today we want to talk about how you can find your own personal style in the sea of brands on offer, and how even with little budget and know how you can make an impression on the world.

Find your fashion flow this year with chic and simple styles that suit your every day life.

Ignore the trends

The first thing to do when trying to make your own rules is to throw out the fashion magazines entirely. Fashion, as we said, is subjective. It’s a form of self-expression; and often the in-trend items might not be suited to you or your body shape. Don’t follow trends blindly and instead find pieces that you genuinely like and ones that bring you joy. Flaunt these with your favorite mix and match accessories and have fun with it. Make up your own fashion rules and it will make you so much happier.

Learn your body shape

When trying to figure out your fashion style – it is important to consider your natural body shape. Are you a busty lass with an hourglass figure? Or are you more slim and athletic built with a less curvy frame? It’s important to know that clothing is made with different sizes and shapes in mind and just because something doesn’t look right on you doesn’t mean you are wrong… it just means you need to try something different. Consider a wrap dress for example. This style is designed to nip in the waist as well as accentuate the curves of your hips and your bust. Typically this is for more hourglass or pear shaped women. Take a quiz online to find your shape and then look for affordable and fashionable clothing from this.

Find what colors suit you

Color is a huge part of fashion – and you could go for years without realizing a certain color is draining your face of life. There are certain colors that are high risk and it is important before you buy a piece that you understand your skin tone and how it would fit with the colur. Yellow, pink, and orange are all colors that can either look AMAZING… or like you’ve just walked out of an explosion in a candy factory. Finding the colors that suit your skin and your hair will make all the difference and will prevent you looking like an Oompa Lumpa.

The most important thing to do when playing around and finding your style is to have fun and experiment. Try different colors, textures, combinations… use Pinterest for inspiration and spend an afternoon trying things on at home. You’ll eventually find outfits that make you feel confident and beautiful, and it will improve your self esteem.