How Would You Describe Your Personal Style?


It’s been such a lovely week, even through all the windy days and umbrellas going inside out. It’s the kind where you walk around feeling your mind smiling because even though it’s cold there’s a certain positive feeling inside of you that you can’t quite explain. Even when they’re days where I felt a bit down, they were simple reminders of what I’m grateful for. Over the years, I have more appreciation for the saying, less is more. This means purchasing items you really know you’ll wear again and again over the years, rather than a sporadic purchase. It also means letting your style speak for itself.1202153Personal style reflects how we may feel, how we choose to express ourselves and sometimes it might evolve or change over the years. I recently talked to a dear friend about personal style. The most important thing is wearing things we feel drawn to, inspired by and comfortable in. They’re simply pieces of clothing that we feel we’re ourselves in, and they express our personality at a glance. What we wear should stay true to ourselves and who we believe we are. The personal styles I like are Rooney Mara, Cate Blancett, Alexa Chung, Alicia Vikander and Victoria Beckham to name a few. 1483821262.jpgPersonal style is more important than trends. There’s nothing wrong with purchasing things that are trending if you genuinely like it, but if you only purchase things because they are trending, then it’s trickier to develop your own style. That is the great thing about thrifting because you can find some treasures that may no longer be sold in most stores. I remember going through a stage of peter pan collars, florals, lace stockings and red nail polish. Over the years, I feel most myself in neutral tones like black, grey, nude, navy and white. Although, sometimes it’s nice to add a splash of colour.harper-and-harley_ruffle-white-top-sleeves_cropped-pants_style_outfit_2-mmvys00q4fh1oc8l1m398z29csosf2msw8rm6oy78o.jpgMinimalism is a lifestyle that encourages living with less, and more of things that we value. My first introduction to minimalism started when I discovered Harper & Harley three years ago. Sara embodies the nature of minimalism and wearing a black, white, nude and navy palette with elegance, simplicity and femininity. Before I discovered her or heard about the concept of minimalism, I used to buy an excess of clothing that I only ended up wearing a few times. Personal style can express the lifestyle we inhabit and how we want to express ourselves.

How would you describe your personal style?

9 thoughts on “How Would You Describe Your Personal Style?

  1. I really dig this article. Fantastic. I could see myself reading this in Vogue, or Bazaar or something :)

    I actually absolutely love the flowy and simple and easy lines of some of the items in 70s fashion, as well as the simple, easy-going shapes of Parisian fashion.

    I haven’t really thought much about my fashion sense except that I find trousers and shapes that fit me and tops that look good (form fitting and that show off my waist). Lol you’ve got me really thinking about my fashion sense now! haha

    All-in-all, I guess I’m a mix of lazy, comfortable, Parisian, street style?

  2. Loved this article- i too almost always only wear a colour palette of black, white, grey, navy and occasionally nude. I find its the simplest and most sophisticated way of dressing for me!

  3. I love your take on personal style! I also love the pictures you included! I have just recently started up my own blog, and I wrote a post today about finding your personal style. I would love if you checked it out and gave me some feedback! I love your blog, keep up the fabulous work!

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