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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?
Casual chic is my style philosophy, because we can feel yourself in an elegant way
Always wear clothes that make you happy. Have fun with colour, fabrics, and combinations. Never dress to satisfy someone else.
Clothing should make you feel your best, to prepare you for what's in store in a day. It's a way to express yourself & also communicate how you'd like to be percieved. It should be fun, a bit exciting.
Oh god, I don't know. There is a style philosophy?
Just wear what makes you feel comfortable, not matter what other people might say, but also don't get on something too risky that you might regret.
Dress with clean lines, less is more.
Elegance isn't about a chanel suit or a pearls necklace, is about using timeless clothes.
Find articles of clothing and accessories that you like. Never mind what anyone else says. Just anything that catches your eye. Forget about brand names or "the latest thing" or spending a lot of money.- your style is not a competitive sport.
I urge people to shop local and/or "shop small", i.e., from small businesses, designers and craftspeople.
OMG I've basically already answered this question!
DRESS IN CLOTHES YOU LIKE, FEEL FIT YOU WELL AND THAT YOU CAN LIVE YOUR LIFE IN. BE YOUR OWN PERSON AND WORRY LESS ABOUT CURRENT FASHION TRENDS AND MORE ABOUT WHAT YOU LIKE. YOU WILL BE MORE COMFORTABLE AND CONFIDENT BECAUSE OF IT.
don't exagerate. make it simple! look away for a sec from whatever the trends say you should do and find what makes you look good, what makes you happy, what makes you healthy. look for reasonable role models that you can look up to. find out what they do.
I'd say you're looking for answers in the wrong place.
Pay attention to the silhouette. Employ sharp angles.
Know yourself, express yourself.
Dress with basic colors and classic styling, with a dash of fun and flare. A spritz of color here and there. Great accent pieces.