The clothes you wear are a direct representation of your personality and how you want the world to see you. Often my clients are unable to describe their sense of style and struggle with connecting their identity to what they wear. That’s completely normal and learning how to make that connection is the key to building a wardrobe that you truly love.
I like to wear fun, colourful and often vintage clothing. But depending on the occasion and my mood, I’ll tailor the palette and how dressy I look. I generally like fairly simple and oversized shapes that I dress up with accessories.
Age, lifestyle, budget and body shape are all variable factors and that is why it’s good to revisit your Style Identity at junctions throughout your life.
Research the trends and looks you love and the individuals whose style you admire.
How do you need your wardrobe to work for you? Do you need to be casual, smart or creative?
Are you generally speaking outgoing or more reserved? Do you prefer bold choices or to blend into the scenery?
Build a pinterest board of looks you love to finesse your preferred styles.
Keep a note of all the outfits you wear and love so you can recreate them again and again in different forms and combinations.
The goal is to create a capsule wardrobe that has a kind of style uniformity to it. Not in a boring way but in an organised and efficient way. We want you to have a good range of clothes that all work together and can work in a multitude of combinations. This will simply your life when you go shopping and minimise rogue purchases.
If you are still struggling to establish your Style Identity, please get in touch for a free consultation.