Maintain Your Personal Sense of Style

Summer 2014 is raining choices when it comes to men's fashion. Florals, prints, pastels, bright colours, monochromes - you name it, you can flaunt it. But, amidst this plethora of choices, it's your personal style that will truly stand out. There are a few things better than taking what's in style and adding your own signature touch to the style or fashion. In the end, this is what style is all about - taking a style and making it your own as opposed to just flaunting it. understands the importance of everyone developing their own personal style, which is why we give you a four-step guide that'll help you develop your very own personal style.

Identify If Your Style Has Changed or Evolved

All of us change over time - including our style preferences. Are you a classic dresser? Do you prefer the retro look? Or do you lean towards smart casuals with a bit of quirkiness? These are questions only you can answer. The answer of course depends completely on what you're most comfortable wearing and what you consider is an extension of your personality. Once you know your style leanings, you'll be able to incorporate all looks - formal, semi formal, smart casuals and casuals - along with your style statement. So, if you're a classic dresser - you'll be able to pull of the casual look with a classic touch.

Take a Clothes Count
Now that you know what your style is, it's time to take a close, long, hard look at your wardrobe and see what you have. Are your clothes an extension of your style statement? If yes, keep them and add to your wardrobe. If not, it's time to give your closer a much-needed spring cleaning and discard any item of clothing that does not fit your style bill. This exercise may sound rigid and extreme, however, in order to stay true to your style statement, all your clothes have to be bought, picked and chosen accordingly. It's time to keep clothes that are essentially who you are and build around that.

Keep Your Basics
As important as staying true to your style statement is, having wardrobe basics is just as important. No matter what your style statement is, your wardrobe basics are the backbone of your wardrobe. Your denims, basic tees (black, white, beige), basic knitwear, the white shirt, the blue shirt, etc. are the backbone of your wardrobe. No wardrobe is ever complete without them and considering they're absolute basics, there's a lot you can do in terms of wearing these pieces that show off your own unique style statement. Wardrobe basics are the most versatile items of clothing in your wardrobe and you'll do well to ensure that your basic-full and of course, they look and wear like a million bucks. Any basic that's fading, ill-shaped and/or ill fitting must be replaced at breakneck speed.

Extend from Your Style
While you have got your style down to a tee, ensure that you try new combinations in terms of item of clothing and colour. You stay true to your style statement and you always come up with a more interesting look. It's simple, really - once you know what your style statement is, you can work from there and create newer interesting extensions to your wardrobe using your style statement as a foundation. This will help in an extension of your style statement and who knows, you may create a new trend as well.

By Nisha Samson

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