Define Your Personal Style: 3 Must-Read Articles

by Jessica Sletmo

Do you often find yourself looking through your closet only to realize you have nothing to wear? It can be a total buzzkill, huh? The problem usually lies in the lack of a personal style. Defining the direction of your style will help you build a more cohesive wardrobe, making your morning routine less of a struggle. Though maintaining a personal style will do you more favors than one. These articles will let you in on the many benefits while helping you get started!

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Ways To Define Your Personal Style

By Chapter Friday

“One of the most fun parts of wardrobe building is carefully editing your closet and creating a vision or style direction. Knowing what vibe you want to give off, what you feel best in and analyzing your closet and favorite style icons, makes it easier to come up with unique outfits. What many of us modern day girls want – like designer Anine Bing told us in an interview – is a carefully curated and rather small wardrobe consisting of pieces you all absolutely love. Here are seven steps to help you define your personal style.”

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8 Tips to Help You Find Your Personal Style

By The Everygirl

“Finding (and refining) personal style can be a struggle; we're the first to admit it. We've all been there at least once, if not multiple times, as we gaze into our closet full of clothes and need something for the post-graduation to professional transition (so, platform sandals don't work in office?), landing the big promotion we've worked so hard for, or dressing after having a baby (suddenly all those dry clean only silk blouses aren't so practical). Regardless of what life throws at us, it's important to be able to adapt while still maintaining a style that is all our own.”

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How To Become The Editor In Chief Of Your Own Wardrobe

By Career Girl Daily

“If you are already familiar with the likes of Anna Wintour, Franca Sozzani, Grace Coddington, Diana Vreeland, Carine Roitfield and more, then you are familiar with the effort that not only goes into their magazines but their own personal styles. So let’s think like a fashion editor and set the tone for your own fashion magazine with you as the feature, editorial and advertorial.”

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