Elevating your style is all about considering the looks and trends that best reflects who you are. Choosing clothes that allow you to authentically express your personality. If you're new to the fashion world, here are some tips to help you elevate your style!
Tips to elevate your style
Consider your lifestyle
Your lifestyle will influence your closet and what fashion means to you. Do you work in the office or at home? What do you like to do in your free time? What are your personal tastes? Considering your lifestyle will help you determine which clothes should be part of your closet and which should not.
Define your personal style
Take some time to get to know your personal preferences, the image you want to project and the styles that suit you. Look for inspiration in fashion magazines, blogs, social media and celebrities whose style you admire. This will give you a starting point to build your own unique style.
Invest in quality basics
Creating a closet of high-quality basics is essential to achieving a dressy, versatile style. Invest in classic items that fit you well, such as a white or black T-shirt, fitted jeans and quality sneakers. These timeless items can be matched with others to create a variety of stylish looks.
Know your colors
Discover the colors that suit you best. Everyone has colors that highlight their skin and eyes, and the goal is to accentuate the beauty that already exists. Try to do it with your clothes to feel dazzling with every outfit.
Well thought-out accessories
Keep up with current trends
While it's important to build your personal style, keeping an eye on current fashion trends can help you stay up-to-date and add a modern touch to your outfits. Incorporate fashion trends selectively and adapt them to your personal style.
Confidence is key
No matter what you wear, confidence is the key to any style. Wear your outfits with confidence, show up well and embrace your individuality. When you feel good about what you wear, it shows, and that elevates your overall style.
This is Gianni Kavanagh's philosophy: empower people to find their style and their confidence.