The 3 Rules of Stepping Out In Style

fashion, style, dress, eye glasses

No matter what kind of a person you are, you can guarantee that you like to be seen out and about looking at your very best. This is a topic that a lot of people get overly worried about, usually because they wrongfully think that they don’t’ have their own personal sense of style to show off. No matter who you are, I can assure you that that is not true. Each of us has our own unique style, and the point of fashion is to do everything we can to bring it to the fore in a healthy and vibrant way which engages with those around us. In this post, we are going to look at four areas in particular where it helps to keep your own sense of style to the fore.

hair, braid, plait, twist, hairstyle


A lot of people worry about their hair. For many women, in particular, it can sometimes seem like you can never get it quite right. This can be frustrating, but with a little basic understanding of what your hair does for your overall look, you should be able to make better use of it and get it to do what you need it to do. As a rule, the hair can be used to punctuate whatever else you’ve got going on in your fashion sense. Of course, this will vary from occasion to occasion, and there’s no rule that says that you can’t have it a different color week after week. In fact, this kind of variation is often what really makes all the difference. Have the boldness to use your hair as a powerful fashion accessory – it can make a world of difference to how you look and feel.

watch, jewelry, accessories


This is something that goes through many changes throughout different times and cultures. But there is one thing that always remains, right from Cleopatra’s day to today – people love wearing jewelry. Why not – done right, it can help to either accentuate or finish off a complete look, and all with a few simple touches here and there. You can go for the bare essentials look – just engagement or wedding rings, maybe a simple necklace – or you can go all out and adorn your arms, neck and ears with as much as you can handle. Depending on your personality and your own unique style, both of these approaches can be powerful, along with anything on the range in between. Play around with your jewelry, learn what works best for you in different circumstances, and you will soon be using it in a profoundly stylistic way.


When it comes to the actual choice of clothing, it can be surprisingly tricky to get this right. Part of the issue that throws people off sometimes is that different situations call for widely different outfits. You need to learn to adapt as much as possible – this, as much as anything else, will show that you are a capable style-bearer. Beyond that, remember that much of it is a case of trial and error. Knowing what works for you personally, and forgetting what works and doesn’t for others, is the number one rule which you can never ignore here.


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