If you know your personal style identity, chances are you've bought the corresponding shopping guide.
(If you haven't, I recommend it! And if you don't know your style identity, try the Style Identity Calculator. Or consider a virtual analysis.)
I recommend using your shopping guide to create a Pinterest board. Doing this helps you really visualize the full extent of your wardrobe's potential.
I used my Ethereal Natural Shopping Guide to create a Pinterest board. I searched for individual items recommended on the list, and pinned those that conformed to other EN requirements laid out in the guide.
For example, I searched for "rolled sleeves," and pinned a pic of rolled sleeves that were cotton (Natural) and very light in color (Ethereal.)
Paging up and down through the board, letting my eyes float gently over all of the images, I get a strong, clear sense of the Ethereal Natural look. I feel like I'm seeing for the first time exactly how much the femininity of Ethereal and masculinity of Natural really contrast with each other. It's striking and beautiful. I feel inspired to stretch myself a bit more in my daily choices.
When you make your own board, pin items that only include the garment or accessory in question -- nothing else. Nonconforming items in the pictures will improperly influence your sense of your style identity.
You can see my Ethereal Natural boardhere.
6/24/2017 04:12:21 pm
This was an excellent suggestion. I put off trying this for a while, but when I did, the process really helped me curate what worked for me.
6/26/2017 10:58:49 am
So glad this worked for you!
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