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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?
Oh gosh, I hope this is never a thing that happens. My philosophy is match things, and blend in. Dark neutrals.
Here's the secret: there are no rules.
Get rid of 90% of your closet. Free yourself.
I'd ramble all of what I've written here already.
Reach for what you like and buy it. Restrain yourself a few times -- it's good for your soul (and your wallet). Dress as an expression of yourself, no-one else.
think about what you want people to think when they see you. My personal style philosophy:
I dress much like I paint, layers that allow what is beneath to be caught in a glimpse so that the overall effect is complicated simplicity.
If the fabric is not of quality, the color and style really don't matter. Spend your time and money on the fabric not the name.
I wish I had one. I think I'm too changeable to have a specific philosophy, but I do prefer to be a little bit overdressed rather than underdressed.
I'd say this: Be comfortable, don't ever wear all black more than once a week, and be able to run, squat, bend, and sit in your clothing comfortably. Emphasize your good points: eyes, humour, hair, whatever the case may be.
Clothing is wearable art. If you are the canvas, your clothes are self-expression. Well-fitting, good quality clothes show that you respect yourself -but there are a zillion more things to express beyond that!
My style philosophy really comes down to the fundamentals: fit, texture, color, structure. I like a look that's sophisticated but also unique; little details make all the difference.
Wear what makes you feel powerful.