How to Find Your 2018 Look
This time of year, the phrase "new year, new you" gets floated around quite a bit. But when it comes to personal style, it may evolve, but there's no pulling a 180 on what you like to wear. Instead of trying to start over, we have a different sort of resolution in mind. Learn how to better define and celebrate your own personal take on fashion.
To help you kick-start the journey, we're highlighting seven ways you can hone in on your sense of style in 2018. Armed with these ideas you'll have a fresh take on how to shop and an arsenal of outfit ideas for when you're feeling stuck. Going forward, you'll no longer find yourself staring into your closet with that sense of dread and hatred because you'll know exactly how to own your personal style.
Read on to find out how to highlight your personal style.
For days when you're in need of a jolt of inspiration, there's nothing better than having a collection of images you love to guide you. Whether it's a folder on Instagram, a Pinterest board, or a smattering of printed images on your wall, a mood board will surely come in handy.
One great way to get a handle on your style is to actually do more with less. Take a Sunday afternoon to go through your closet and finally get rid of those pieces you got for Christmas or bought on super sale that never really felt just quite right. Armed with only the styles that really encapsulate your style, putting together outfits will be that much easier.
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Whether it's finding the right words to define and encapsulate your personal style, or thinking long and hard before your next big purchase, shopping with intention takes asking the right questions. What are three ways you would wear an item? Does it fit the same words you would use to describe your personal style? Answer your own questions and you're on the right track.
To help you nail down the pieces that work for you, consider making a list of the heavy hitters. Is there one pair of jeans you wear over and over again? Take note (and maybe buy them in every color). By developing a list of items that always work, even on days you're feeling stuck, you'll have something to fall back on.
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