The importance of personal style
Ever since I was little, I was fascinated by people with personality, people who stood out with something, who clearly differed from mediocrity or banality… I was fascinated by the sensual style of Brigitte Bardot, the classic-elegant of Audrey Hepburn, or Marilyn Monroe’s “sexy diva” and also by the well-known actors’ style.
I knew these people had something special…
Their style speaks for itself!
The more defined a person has a style, the more attractive she is!
In order to have style, you must, first of all, know yourself very well.
It is important to always know yourself, but especially for defining your own style.
To define your style, you have to dare!
Don’t let yourself be defined by concepts, patterns, the mouth of the world or what others do! Have the courage and strength to stand up and choose with courage what suits you!
Courage defines you and differentiates you in this world! All the inspirational models we see and admire had the courage to choose without fear! And only in this way did they end up leaving traces in history.
In a world indoctrinated by theories, concepts and many rules, I challenge you to choose your rules! You choose how you want to be, what you want to do, what you feel suits you!
People with style value them first and foremost! They know they are unique! They know there is no one else like them. As a result, they are not afraid to express themselves with courage!
Personal style is the mirror of your personality. So I challenge you to polish a beautiful, strong, noble personality, so that you have the strength and courage to choose the best and most beautiful for you!
Regardless of whether you are defined by the elegant style, sport, casual or rock, it is important to always have confidence, dignity and most important, you need to feel comfortable in your own skin!
I want to share a little secret about femininity: A real woman knows how to juggle styles, depending on the event, circumstances, her mood… .but without losing her personality, without giving in bad taste, and without a strong note! But, we will also learn about this 🙂
In the next article we will talk about how to succeed in defining your personal style in a few simple steps!
Editor-Rarity News, Psychologist, Author & Entrepreneur