LET’S TALK ABOUT STYLE

IT IS WIDELY SAID THAT WE SHOULDN’T FOLLOW FASHION TRENDS BLINDLY; WE MUST ADAPT THEM TO OUR STYLE. BUT HOW EXACTLY DO WE DO THIS?

Diane Von Furstenberg once said. “Style is something each of us already has; all we need to do is find it.” Sounds easy; however, the path to finding it can be overwhelming for some women. There are so many choices on the stores’ racks, or, even worse, when you are buying online – the options are endless. What to pick? Most women don’t ever take a risk and keep buying the same pieces they think work for them. Others purchase whatever is out there being labelled as trendy. We believe that you can look stylish and updated with the new trends without having to renovate your entire wardrobe every time a new season arrives (who has the pockets for this option anyway? Not to mention the environmental damage).

Here is our piece of advice to spice up your closet and maybe find your style for the SS2021 season or life!

– Make use of trend reports to help you look at your clothes and accessories with new eyes every time a new season arrives. You might have all the necessary elements to reproduce a style; you need to look at what you have from a different perspective.

– Don’t embrace silhouettes that aren’t good for your body shape. Instead, look for ways to adhere to the concept with items that do look good on you. It might be a colour combination or a way of wearing it.

– Go shopping with a purpose. You might need a top or specific pair of shoes to recreate your favourite style; keep them in mind and them only, so you don’t feel beaten.

– Accessorise! Maybe you don’t have anything that can play the trick, or you don’t even like the styles proposed, so invest in cool add-ons. We hope this helps!

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