Developing your own personal style


  Developing your own personal style

In order to truly stand out from the crowd, you must develop your own unique style. Whether this means ditching the fashion trends in favor of something more individual or creating a sense of style that is both uniquely you and accessible to others, it can be difficult to find your voice without an established personal aesthetic. However, by practising your individual taste with these essential tips for developing your own personal style, you'll be on the right track to establishing a look that will set you apart.


Developing your own personal style can be difficult at first as it's not always clear how best-practice goes. Fashion is constantly evolving, and so are the people who are wearing it. It's not uncommon for people to try to wear what they see in magazines or on other people, but this often results in looking like everyone else- not being unique. The secret to developing your own unique personal style is using trends to your advantage. Rather than always following what everyone else is doing, take inspiration from the latest fashion trends and then adapt them to suit you.

One of the best ways of expressing your individual style is through what you choose to wear and how you put that look together. While many people wear their clothes as is, wearing something tailored or accessorised in your own way will make you look unique. Although it may be tempting to follow the latest trend, remember that looking like everyone else is the quickest way to make a fashion faux pas. Like most things in life, being your own person is about finding a balance between being different and feeling comfortable.

While developing your own personal style you should also consider how you present yourself through textiles and interior design. You can let your personality shine through everything from choosing what materials to use for curtains or how many pillows you have on the couch. Even simple things like using an original throw pillow can make a huge difference in expressiveness and interior design style.

Ultimately developing your own individual style is about striking a balance between comfort and creativity. It's important to be able to be comfortable wearing the clothes you want, but also keep the creative aspect of this process intact. Developing your own personal style is about learning how to use clothes as artistic expression rather than just wearing them as fashion accessories.

In order to develop your own personal style it's important to always question why you are buying something new or buying it in the first place. You can use clothes to express your individuality, but you should always try to be as comfortable as possible in them.


Developing your own personal style is about more than just the clothes you wear on the outside; it's about how they fit into your life and who you are. By using some of these tips for developing your own personal style, it'll be easier than ever to establish a look that is uniquely yours and sets you apart from others.


Author bio:  David Richardson is a freelance writer with many years experience in the fashion industry. He writes for a number of blogs and websites including, and where he writes on current trends in fashion, textiles and interior design
•  Finding your own style is important as it sets you apart from others!
•  Developing your own personal style is your personal aesthetic
•  Use fashion trends to work together with your personality!
Posted by David Richardson at 1:56 am 1 comment:
I'm always looking for new ways to include interesting fabric patterns in furniture or other interior design themes... I was recently asked to provide more photography images of a bedroom I updated a few years ago; here's the before and after photos. Apologies for the poor quality of the images; they really don't do justice to how good these rooms look!
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This was such a simple project that really changed the feel of the room. I used high end fabric and streamlined the decor to make it look more modern and interesting. The colors were brightened up with new paint, flooring, furniture arrangements, bedding sets, and vanities. The before/after photos really don't show how big a difference this made; I think I can post all of them at once without boring you too much!
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It looks like a small change in color and furniture arrangement, but this bedroom really has major impact. The project was finished with the addition of some new texture and interest from fabrics.
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I used a new fabric to show how it could work in an accent wall (either by itself or in combination with other fabrics):
I thought the room looked busy, so I decided to remove some of the wallpaper/materials on one wall and replace them with an interesting pattern: on that wall I have a quilted fabric and an applique floral:
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I added a few new decorative touches to the mirror frame and the dresser, as well as some artwork:
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18. After These are all the before/after photos of this room! I had so much fun updating it; definitely one of my favorite projects! Now I'm off to figure out what's next! --------------------------------------------------------- When you're ready to discount wedding dresses, check out Factory Direct Wedding Dresses for professional bridal gowns at low prices today! Author bio:  David Richardson is a freelance writer with many years experience in the fashion industry and he has been writing for since September 2010. He also writes for a number of blogs and websites including, and


Above is a list of the 33 most daring fashion designers in the world. They are unique and they are very skilled people who sometimes work in unconventional ways. They aren't afraid to make a statement and they'll never shy away from making something that might seem "out there". Some of them are a little bit weird, but that's what makes being around them so special and interesting. We could all learn something from these designers; there is always something new and useful to learn in this industry. The fashion industry is always changing and evolving, so next time you're at work or school or wherever you happen to be reading this, consider how you can apply some of these lessons to your day-to-day life.

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