Finding your own unique, personal style is a long road to be traveled. It does not happen just after a good night sleep and dream about beautiful clothes, but is an adventure that takes several years.

I have lots of different phases had in my twenty-something years, where I always was totally convinced that I had found my style. So I was the tough girl with baggy pants, sneakers and a backpack on, the girl-girl with red dresses, heels, coats of mascara and even extensions in my hair, and I was super sporty girl who every day with a bag full dance-wear went in sweatpants street.

 And now, a couple of years on, the time comes that I carefully dare say that I have found my own taste indeed. It took a lot of embarrassing moments, but my personality is best reflected in the most basic, minimalist outfits without too much fuss, but always with a little twist. Clothing is a way to express yourself, every day. But how can you find your own personal style?

1. Find inspiration

If you have no idea what to put on, and you are clueless every day for your closet, it's a good idea to look for inspiration. Scour the Internet in search of styles that you like, images that immediately bring to mind you and outfits which you see yourself walk straight. Then dive into your wardrobe and combine it!

2. Do not be afraid to experiment

Without trying things out, you never know what you like and do not like, and especially what is and is not beautiful at you. Try all sorts of looks, play with colors and layers, and also just go to the streets. It might be a crazy feeling, but as quickly know what outfits you and you do not feel comfortable. And amal corpse, what clothes best suits your personality.

3. Does your signature piece

Search for a particular item, such as a leather jacket or a good bag that falls anywhere to combine and completely 100% a reflection of you. This way you give every outfit your own twist and create a more personal look soon.

4. Bootylicious

Know what shapes and styles of clothing does not fit well with your body and buy clothes in the right size. Too small clothes let you look bigger than you are, and loose clothing can make you disappear. Due to stand facing the mirror and see exactly what feateres you like about yourself and who you want to show to everyone, you can much more easily put together an outfit and much easier to make choices during a shopping spree. And by knowing what is good for you, you walk further zefverzekerder is about!

5. Fashion is a party

Fashion is and remains a party, without rules and with a lot of freedom. Do not be embarrassed to try new things, playing with trends and occasionally step out of your comfort zone. Because that way you discover new silhouettes and colors that you had no knowledge that they would be you. By listening to yourself and your creative self no rules to impose, you can show every day how you feel through your clothes. Because if you're not an artist or artist who expresses his feelings through you sensible indulgence or a new tune, it must be through clothing!
Nope, I'm not a style guru, not Anna Wintour and certainly no Kate Moss, but I hope to give you a little inspiration to dress for yourself. Because no matter how nice trends are, and how much you want everyone applauds your clothing choices, am at the end of the day you are the one who needs the street there. Thus. Grandma has spoken.





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