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32. If dressing were the only thing you did, and you were considered an expert and asked to explain your style philosophy, what would say?
No matter what you wear, wear it with confidence! Even if you don't feel that confident on the inside, fake it - eventually it'll spread and all eyes will be on you.
You shouldn't waste your time worrying about what other people think.
It's a goal, it's a journey. I didn't say I was there yet.
i have no clue what I'm doing most of the time
I want to able to combine almost everything in my wardrobe. I don't want buy or have clothes that I don't wear often. Accessorizing is the key. And choosing just a few colours.
be calm, be assured, be confident, be clean
concentrate on the important stuff
If you put your greatest resource, your time, into style you'll figure it out. It looks vastly different on me than it does other people.
Simple and elegant with a little bit of edge and personality.
Know yourself and dress to represent the best version of that self. Don't try to be someone you are not.
You come first,style will follow.
Dress yourself with your inner heart. Don't let others make a judgement upon you, if you like what you have on that is all that matters
I would say:
- Choose nice fabrics. Spend more on well-constructed things, and have fewer of them.
- Definitely indulge in "fast fashion" when you want to try out a new trend or a look (ahem, culottes).
- Figure out what areas of your body you like, and keep them in mind when you're dressing.
- Wear your actual size. It doesn't matter if you size up a ton in a certain brand, and lying to yourself about your size will only get you puckered fabric or drowning in material.
- Try to identify what makes you happy about your favorite items, and seek that out in new ways.
Dress to suit your figure, and buy things that will last and look good together.
I am an expert at my philosophy, because it is mine, without hypothetical situations.
Style experts are a crock of shit. I would say, wear what you want, use common sense, and have fun with it, if you want to. Do your own thing. Also, stop buying cheap crap.
Be yourself and don't push too hard
Mmmmmmh. This is hard. Style is almost an art, it requires the eye, the brain and the instinct.
Just because something is expensive doesn’t always mean it’s better quality. Find your power color. Don’t follow trends or be fearful of wearing clothes that are “out of season” or “out of fashion”; anything can be timeless if it fits well and flatters you. Be honest with yourself about what looks good on you. Let yourself be inspired. Layers! A smile is the best accessory. Modest isn’t hottest.