Fashion is a Grave concern You see, only If You make it That way. I will Show You How You can do Easy Fashion without any Effort!
This article will be a little introductory guide for fashion newbies. If you love fashion.
I like the comparison between dressing well and speaking a foreign language. Because what’s great about developing a sense of style is that it’s not something to be born with. It’s a skill like any other, learned like any other – just a little practice.
So if you‘re feeling like a complete newbie, it might seem like everyone around you has a natural eye for fashion, but they‘ve been training longer than you.
Most people start to pay attention to what they are wearing quite early on. I remember in college I cared about my clothes, just like most of my friends. If you don’t have any styling experience, you just have to catch up! In this article, I’ll show you four practical techniques that will help you do just that.
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The first thing you can do to improve your sense of style and train your eye is: See how others are doing it! What kind of clothes they wear, what colors they mix, what shoes match their clothes, how they accessorize, and so on.
Imagine that you are a researcher in a foreign culture and trying to learn as much as you can about local customs.
Use your daily environment as a workshop: sit in a cafe and watch the world go by, pay close attention to the clothes of your colleagues and friends, and check what your fellow trainers are wearing to get to work (in a no-scary path of course. Use Pinterest and fashion blogs to supplement your actual studies and expose yourself to a wider range of styles. NEEDOFBEING
The key throughout the process is to be as specific as possible. If you see a dress you love, find out what makes it so great. Is it the overall vibe of the look (eg, preppy, bohemian, or minimalist), the color scheme, or a specific room? Let’s say the two photos above caught your eye. Was it for neutral colors? Simple lines? Do you just like big sunglasses and black bags?
This is how you train your eye, observing and paying close attention to how other people wear clothes and what types of things resonate with you and what don’t. It’s very simple, but if you ask them, people who are stylish and “trendy” will probably tell you that they have done it before and have been doing it for years. Over time you will have more and more of an idea of what types of clothes you like and how you like them and can then use this information to update your wardrobe, wear existing clothes differently. new way or add new ones. rooms.
Try Imitating a Little.
How do art school students learn their craft? It’s true: study and copy the styles of other artists.
I know, I know, I usually deal with “developing your unique style“ and ignoring other people‘s rules. But: For an absolute beginner, imitating others can be a super useful creative technique, as it gives you a concrete model that you can use as a starting point. Most fashion newbies who email me mention that they feel overwhelmed and just plain confused. They know they have to experiment, but they don‘t know where to start.
My advice is always the same: imitate! Pick an outfit and copy it. Then rate what you like / dislike, rinse and repeat.
Find an outfit on Pinterest or a fashion blog that you could imagine wearing for one of your normal daily activities, like at work or on weekends. So use your clothes to replicate this dress as closely as possible, or go to a store and try something on
Imitation helps you on two levels:
In trying to copy an outfit in the most perfect way possible, you are forced to pay attention to details, such as the fit of the pieces and how they work together to create the silhouette. overall outfit. When it comes to fashion, those kinds of details matter. For example, the two outfits above both consist of a white t-shirt, jeans, and a brown belt. But the cut and fit of these pieces, and therefore also the silhouette and the overall feel of the outfit, are completely different.
Plus, imitating is simply a great way to experiment and perfect your tastes.
At best, you love your copied look and have discovered a new favorite that you’ll always want to wear (go ahead, dresses aren’t copyrighted). And if you don’t like the dress at home, you can also take the opportunity to find out more about your style, trying to figure out exactly what you don’t like. The fit of the pieces, the colors, the materials? Can you think of a way to modify it to improve it? Are there any aspects you like about the look? How could you integrate it into your wardrobe?
Leave Your Comfort Zone!
The only way to get to a place where you can confidently say, yes this is my style, is to expose yourself to a ton of different aesthetics and experimentation, to find out what you love, and all of them. the things you don’t like.
Like everyone you see who has a great sense of style right now has gone through this testing phase at some point in their life and could possibly tell you millions of bone stories about all the “terrible” outfits. that they wore before finally deciding on a style. As an absolute newbie to fashion, you can do your best to speed up this process, but you still have to go through it.
One useful way to get out of your comfort zone is to challenge yourself. For example, walk into a store where you’ve never bought anything and challenge yourself to find a complete dress that you like and would wear. Or try it on a piece that you like for other people but think you can’t get away with, and see if you can build a dress around it.
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