1) Find out Your Colors
Understanding what colors look perfect on you can go far toward making you look great! Are your best colors cool, neutral or warm? Medium, dark or light? Clear, very muted/softened, or somewhere in between? It could take some practice to teach your skills, but simply practice seeing what effect the colors dress in the way you look.
The right colors should serve as a frame for the beauty that is you. They'll not:
- Make you look grey, overly yellow, or other unnatural or unflattering color.
- Steal the show (overpower you).
- Be unduly overpowered by you. (Even though this is far less of a problem!)
- Increase the look of shadows.
- Increase the look of age/wrinkles.
- Make people ask if you're tired or sick.
2) Find out Your Personal Style
Figuring out your personal style could be a little trickier than knowing your colors, . There are so many factors that go into this. What flatters your body shape? What matches your bone structure? As well as what reflects YOU?
Truth be told, many fashion "principles" are inaccurately broad. Short individuals will not ever look tall, no matter how short or long our apparel are. Black is not minimizing if it isn't your color. (To put it differently, give up trying to "dress tall." It is just a total waste of time.) And surprisingly, emphasizing your waist could be super-flattering even if you are carrying 40 extra pounds - it simply relies on your bone structure!
While finding what's completely ideal for you could be taken lot of time, the fundamental foundation is really quite simple: wear what you are. If you are angular, wear angles. If you're curvy, wear curves. Many always tell us to do the opposite, to "balance things out." It won't balance anything. It simply draws attention, like a foil in a piece of literature. If you're very textured, your clothes should be textured. Is it oval? Go for oval necklines. Is your jawline triangular? Mirror that with triangular necklines.
Sometimes this is simply not very noticeable - unless you put the clothes on. So put on something out of your comfortable zone. It's not necessary to purchase them! Just give them a try at the shop to have a sense of what looks good as well as what doesn't. You will probably find some surprises! So try to use your imagination when you try things on.
3) Buy at Inexpensive Places for excellent Clothes
When you've a thought what you desire, you could make the best of sources like specialty shops and lower price sellers. However there are actually offline options, such as the local specialty shops, Uniclo. But there are several great online options, too! One of it are here, FashionKins.com :)