Friday, August 28, 2020

Get Loud and Proud and Inject Some Personality Into Your Wardrobe

 There’s a lot more to fashion than paying attention to the kinds of trends out there and to emulating other outfits that you see on other people. To a lot of people, fashion is a method of expression, first and foremost. However, you might be afraid, like many, of ‘getting it wrong.’ No-one wants to go too far out on a limb, only to feel like a fool. For that reason, we’re going to look at how to get personal with your fashion will still looking great.

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Nail your look

One of the best ways to nail any kind of look you want to achieve is to make sure that the basics that help you get there are all solid. For one, you should look at and find the staples of your wardrobe that you know you look good in. You can build on those staples with more expressive choices to make sure you have a solid foundation. Similarly, taking the time to perfect your makeup skills will help improve any aesthetic that you aim to try out, since you have the application and layering down.


Get to know your own strengths

Your personality isn’t just shorthand for your personal preferences. It also includes aspects of your personal beauty that perhaps you haven’t taken as much time to think about as you should. In particular, one of the greatest strengths you can have is knowing what kind of body-type you have with the help of sites like Healthline. From here, you can figure out which parts of your body can best be accentuated by the clothes you wear to make the most impact.

Make a statement

There are staples that allow us to create outfits that blend well together, but there are also statements that make a particular part of the outfit stand out and give off a message. The message doesn’t have to be implicitly connected to any kind of values, it should simply show off what kind of personality you have, and the graphic tees at The Mountain are pretty good examples of how to do that. Don’t feel like you have to only wear clothes that kind of blend into the background of an overall look

Find a signature

Statement pieces in your wardrobe can help you nail a certain outfit, building them around a particular look or message. Signature pieces are a little different, however. The key to a signature piece, be it an accessory, a piece of jewelry, or something else, is that you can use it with multiple different outfits, making sure you have some consistent, personal core that you can rely on time and time again. Take the time to look at good examples of signature pieces and see if there’s something that speaks to the core of your style that you will be glad to use time and time again.

Fashion is too personal not to personalize. Hopefully, the tips above help you find the courage to be loud and proud and to let your soul shine through your outfit choices.

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