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Your style reflects who you are
By :   Priyanka Arora
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Whenever you are at the mall and see a group of youngsters wearing all black and dark makeup, you instantly think Punk Rock, their style reflect their character, their personalities, who they are, or at least, who they want to be.


You feel mostly comfortable in your own skin when you wear clothes that reflect the real you. Dont try to wear something just because it is fashionable, it will not look good on you, try to personalize the trend if it does not go well with your personality, you can also try this if you get bored of a piece of clothing or you dont want to let go of those old jeans, try pasting beads or pearls on them, draw some graphics, cut your shirts in fun shapes, etc. Your look will change mostly because you character is being expressed in a unique way, and better yet, you did it by yourself.


If you are reserved, elegant, sporty, sensual, unattended, etc. it will show with your style, independently if you are dressed to go to the gym, to a party or at a casual day with friends. Clothes dont make the person, the person makes the clothes, by the way they are dressed and the style chosen to wear.


Even in jeans and a t-shirt you can tell who is a conservative executive and who the life of the party is. They can both be wearing the exact same shirt with the same jeans, but the reserved one could add a trendy necklace and bracelets and wear elegant matching top of the line shoes, the easy going sportier person would maybe wear a long pair of earrings with some sneakers and a little rip here and there on the jeans.


The accessories usually are the ones to mark the point of difference between two different styles, the jewelry as well as the shoes are unique pieces that add some flair to your wardrobe, try wearing shoes that dont match with your clothes, see how that makes you feel.


On a sad day we tend to wear black or dark colors, while on a happy day we want to wear bright colorful solids or cute prints that can even make other people happy. Colors are an important part of our mood, our lifestyle, our likes and dislikes. Wearing black everyday can be mistaken for a sad or non-caring person, but on the contrary, it could just reflect the personality of an elegant but conservative person who might be a professional executive by day, but at night that little black dress will appear behind that black jacket and will be the highlight for this persons Friday night.


Dont let anyone judge you for not wearing what is new in style and the latest trends off from the runway, sometimes these looks are not even made for anyone. Clothes should express who you really are, how you feel, and even reflect your goals about who you want to become.


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