Knowing your personal style you will have a clear idea of what you own and what you need, in this way you can apply sustainability also to your wardrobe!
So, here’s some tips on how to easily find your style.
If you don’t know where to start you can start by finding inspiration online: looking for style icons and understanding what you really like about their style, so that you can apply it to your personal style.
You can also use pinterest to create a board with outfits inspiration, styles, materials, etc… In this boards you can also add images of items similar to the ones you own; you can also do this by creating a lookbook: in this way you’ll be more aware of what you already own and also help you organize.
Make sure you know what you have in your wardrobe, in order not to buy things you already have.
TRY TO DEFINE YOUR STYLE
Understand what kind of style you have the most in your wardrobe by looking at all your clothes: if it is more preppy, or classy, or sporty, and so on… If you’re not sure you can also ask your friends or check online what are the charatheristic of each style.
A good starting point is to buy clothes that go well with the clothes in your wardrobe and with your preferences.
If you like what you wear you will feel confident.
IDENTIFY THE CLOTHES YOU DON’T WEAR
Looking at your wardrobe you will find very easily the clothes you have never worn or rarely worn, then ask yourself why and what are the features that you don’t like about them. Another tip is to use the hanger trick: ….
UNDERSTAND WHATS LOOK GOOD ON YOU
Online you can find so many websites that talk about armocromia: the understanding of what type of colors go well with your skin tone and undertone, with your hair color, eyes color, etc. You can also do tests online and by understanding that you can apply armocromia to your wardrobe but also to beauty.
Other things to know are which silhouette is the best on you, the neckline, the dress line and shape, the lenght, and many more…
All these things lead to conscious shopping: by knowing and understanding all those tips you will say more ‘no’ than ‘yes’ when going shopping, buying more things that you really need and that look good on you, instead of impulse buying.