How to Find Your Personal Style
Do you feel you have a personal style? Do you know instinctively what is going to suit you or do you pour over magazines thinking that just would not look right on me?
Here are some ways to discover your own individual style and build on it.
A great place to start is in your own wardrobe or on your rail. What do you have there that you love and wear all the time? Consider the silhouette of your favourite dress or tunic. Which fabric feels so soft and light you can float in it?
Another idea is to draw inspiration from your favourite celebrity. What is the Duchess of Cambridge stepping out in? What colours did Claudia Winkelman wear on strictly the other night? You may even want to emulate someone you meet in everyday life or what did your manager wear to dominate the meeting?
Channel your inner Queen Consort in the Luvvey style Rosemary. This Lagenlook tunic skims the back of the knees with a curved draped hemline that looks almost regal. The structured shoulder helps you feel confident. Be the Camilla in your own domain.
Now in her 50s, Jennifer Aniston continues to present herself with elegant sophistication. You can imagine her in our Venetia that allows you to float into a room as it creates its own movement. Available in 5 of this season’s colours Venetia is perfect to pair with a pattern like our Betty animal print trousers. Draw attention away from the upper body. Show off those pins! The stretchy fabric makes them so comfortable and you can choose from all 7 colours or collect several pairs. Match them to your sweater or contrast.
An alternative block colour sweater is Luvvey’s Nigella. With structured shoulders and a shorter hemline you will feel quite different in it. You can still choose to coordinate or style it up with a colourful floral scarf whose pattern is set off by a mint or emerald green sweater below. Choose from 7 colours.
Neeta is a textured waffle oversized shirt with cuffs that create a pirate blouson. The back drapes like a fluted skirt with a curved hem and the collar movies structure without looking masculine. In subtle taupe or khaki, it’s easy to pair with bright trousers or liven up with beads or a pendant. You can belt it or wear it over a polo-neck on cooler days.
Don’t let the changing seasons inhibit your style. Whether your style is bohemian chic or your colour palette is sophisticated muted tones, you can always find pieces to enhance your personal collection at Luvvey.
Now that you have decided the lengths of tops that suit you best and the colours that bring you joy even in the late winter you can be more confident in selecting pieces for your wardrobe. You can also repeat the same style in different colours or choose accessories that allow you to repurpose your signature item.
At Luvvey we are always delighted to help. If you are stuck for ideas do drop us a line at info@Luvvey. com