Over the years I’ve been working as an image consultant I’ve realised that style is a journey, not a destination. When I started image consulting I worked through a process to discover my style personality, but since then it has kept evolving.
During my time in the corporate world and working in large business institutions, my style was more classic. I favoured suits and plain collared shirts or knit tops, small and discreet jewellery. Classic and a bit relaxed would have been my style. Now my feet are always feminine, my jewellery generally has an element of drama and the rest of me is a combination of dramatic, feminine and creative, though I do like to be comfortable too. It’s a long way from my old much more classic style.
To help you develop your style I’ve collect some of my posts on creating personal style: