Figuring out which personality type you are will help you be more consistent with your image- professional and personal. You’ll be able to confidently shop for new wardrobe pieces because you’ll know what works for you. It is not intended to fit you into a neat little box that you can’t dress outside of. It is simply to help you tune into the styles you are attracted to so shopping, getting dressed and styling your outfits becomes more simplified. You’ll know what to look for and what to avoid. take this fun quiz to help you determine the foundation of your authentic personal style:
The location you dream of living is:
You prefer to wear:
Your favorite handbag is:
Which cocktail dress would youmost likely wear?
Which statement necklace would you most likely wear?
Which thank you notes would you most likely send:
Which red heels would you most likely wear?
Which coat would you most likely wear?
Which casual Look would you most likely wear?
You may have strongly been a mix of two styles. That’s great! Don’t let it confuse you. Very few people fit completely into one category. Simply take what you like from each and create your own unique style. It’s the mix of pieces that makes your style personal as no one else will have a style quite like yours!
To add more personality and make your wardrobe totally you, adopt a signature look by incorporate a theme or piece with every look.
What can you incorporate? A monogrammed necklace? A fabulous scarf? Elephants? Stunning nail art?
Try to select something that is not trend based so you don’t have to switch out your “signature look” with every season! It has to be something you LOVE! Be consistent in wearing it and pretty soon, people will soon know you for it being your signature style!
Looking and feeling your best takes some work and is an intentional act. Gather more inspiration on Pinterest and start creating your own boards to help you understand your likes and dislikes. Pay attention to the elements that attract you. Cleanse your closet of anything that is definitely not “you” and as your budget allows, begin adding new pieces to your wardrobe. You’ll soon build a well-edited wardrobe that is perfect for your signature look!