How to Create your Personal Style

How to Create your Personal Style


First things first, let's take a closer look at your wardrobe. After you have Spring Cleaned out your closet here. Take some time to assess what you have been wearing - on the one side of the ribbon - and what you haven't or are hesitant to wear again. What do you wear regularly, what cuts and styles you gravitate towards, and most importantly, what makes you feel comfortable and brings you joy.

Secondly, create an Inspiration board. This can greatly aid in envisioning your style preferences and recognizing recurring themes. I recommend assembling a board on platforms like Pinterest or compiling a collage showcasing styles that resonate with you, inspirational figures, and fashion influences. If time is a constraint, feel free to utilize Lemonberry's curated collection provided here. Establishing such a visual representation will streamline your focus on essential style elements that align with your personal tastes and preferences.

Third - In this post, we're delving into the art of Understanding your Body Type and how it can influence your fashion choices. But before we jump into the specifics, it's important to remember one thing:

You can wear whatever you want! Remember, every body is beautiful. While this guide offers suggestions on dressing for different body types, the most important thing is to wear what makes you feel confident and comfortable.

Now, let's talk about body types. There are five main body types: apple, triangle (pear), hourglass, inverted triangle, and rectangle. Each body type has its own unique characteristics and proportions, which can influence how certain styles and cuts of clothing look on you.



Apple: If you have an apple-shaped body, you typically carry weight around your midsection with slimmer arms and legs. 



Pear (Triangle) : Pear-shaped bodies have narrower shoulders and a wider hip and thigh area.



Hourglass: With an hourglass figure, your bust and hips are roughly the same width, with a defined waistline. 



Inverted Triangle: Inverted triangle-shaped bodies have broader shoulders and a narrower hip and thigh area. 



Rectangle: Rectangular-shaped bodies have a similar width throughout the bust, waist, and hips, with fewer defined curves. 



Understanding your body type can serve as a helpful guide when shopping for new clothes or putting together outfits. Remember, the most important thing is to wear what makes you feel confident and comfortable. Stay tuned for the next part of our series, where we'll dive deeper into styling tips for each body type. Until then, embrace your unique style and wear it proudly!


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