Fashion Portfolio: Monthly Inspiration to Liberate Your Style
What we wear is powerful. Our clothing sends a message to others, reinforces ideas we have about ourselves, and has personal, social, work, and economic affects. This year long fashion series encompasses some of the best key characteristics to improve style and living or give food for thought on how to refresh a wardrobe. Over time, month-by-month, progress can be made and a great sense of style maintained through the study of various kinds of clothing, fashion hubs, and personal utility.
In life we may not become famous, infamous, or blockbusters. We do; however, have the power to become something more than those labels. It is our savvy and confidence that allows us to rise above and experience living life with good taste. Our travels, life experiences, and dreams are snapshots on the runway of our lives. There is no better place than the now to make the best strides down that runway. This is your epic, your life, so choose the label you wear wisely.
Knowing what to wear and how to wear it is a powerful skill. Some readers are at an advanced level and have a personal style. Some will go on to experiment with clothes, trends, and brands. While others may be too intrepid to wear anything besides t-shirts and shorts. Once you conquer the clothing world and develop a lifelong interest in dressing right, you will feel more inspired to shop and enjoy your home, social, and business life.
No need to be scared of labels, black-ties, white-ties, button-downs, or bespoke clothing. Here is where expert knowledge and trusted expertise comes in handy. Many readers rely on Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven as their go-to source. Let an enjoyable experience with these fashion recipes be your start. If you are more advanced and comfortable with fashion items, share your ideas, purchases, and suggestions.
It is key to make clothing selections with a long-term frame of mind. Quality construction and timeless pieces are sharp and financially smart choices. Know your measurements and proportions. Take a look in the mirror to see what cuts, colors, shapes, and lengths are best for you. There is a learning curve for going from being dressed by mom to dressing yourself, for your current physique, current life, and adventures. Calvin Klein, business mogul and designer, once explained to me at a fashion show that what people wear should be modern, clean, and make them look their best. Personal responsibility is at the heart of dressing well. Study magazines, people in the streets, in school, models, and actors in your age range. Also, seek out knowledgeable salespeople in stores and vintage shops.
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January: The Power Suit
February: Your Guide to Vintage Menswear
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