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Steps Create Own Fashion Style

Style comes from within, from knowing who you are and who you want to be; not from wanting to be someone else, or wanting to be thinner, shorter, taller, prettier. Many of the most stylish women in the world have not been great beauties – think Lauren Hutton with her gap-toothed smile or Barbra Streisand and her Grecian nose – but have drawn from an enormous amount of self-confidence. They made us think they were beautiful simply by believing it themselves.

The first tip I would like to give you is to determine your colors. To do this you need to assess your hair, skin and eye color as well as what colors you feel you look the best in. Determine your “season” can introduce you to a whole new palette of colors! The point of doing this is to use these colors as a guide while shopping so that you can select the pieces that will look best on you.

Do you tend to buy clothes that you are drawn to, even if they are utterly impractical for your lifestyle? If so, those clothes are definitely “your style”. If you gravitate towards hot pink sundresses, but you have to wear tailored business suit to work, try to take a bit of your style with your every day-add a colorful silk scarf to your ensemble and the longest earrings allowable at your place or employment. You won’t be wearing your hot pink sundress, but you will have a more individual look that expresses your personality.

One way to foster and develop your own style is to find out what looks good on other people. Leaf through magazines or watch TV for trends that catch your eye. If people often compliment you on looking like a certain celebrity, search their name online and see what they wear to compliment their coloring and size. Alternatively, visit crowded places such as malls or downtown sidewalks. Observe what people are wearing, and take note of fashions you like.