In a world buzzing with personal affirmations and positivity, it can seem as if everyone were free to tap into their unique creativity to design their own style. That’s, ultimately, the purpose of motivational stickers and messages from “You are beautiful” to “Be yourself.” However, what these messages often fail to address is a growing issue in independent adults who are surrounded by stylish inspirations and ideas; how do you figure out your style? Indeed, the reason why more and more of you prefer to grab neutral options in the shops and for their home decor is that you might be unsure of what you like or what truly reflects who you are.
These style shackles, as it happens, can affect your very identity. When you express your personality through your style, you ’re using your sense of fashion as a mirror to look into yourself. When you’re not able to embrace this chance of introspection, you’re not only missing out on fun outfits and decors; you’re also missing out on yourself. Thankfully, you can get help to break the shackles for good.
What’s my individual style?
When you’re unsure of what style or cut fits you best, you need a personal stylist to introduce you to a whole new range of possibilities. First of all, forget neutrals, and discover what outfits work best for your body and your personality. A personal stylist, contrary to the common belief, is not just for celebrities. They can help you to prepare for special occasions or major life events, such as changing jobs or moving to a new country. But more importantly, a stylist helps you to fall back in love with fashion again so that you never have to feel again as if you had nothing to wear. When you unlock the fun side of fashion and begin to understand how it affects your mood, you can finally celebrate your individual identity. There is no one style fits all principle. You can mix and match and customize your outfits to reflect the real you.
You don’t want an IKEA home
The real you exists outside of your wardrobe. The real you has a home. Your interior decor is an extension of yourself. Of course, buying mass-produced and cheap items can be helpful, but you need to be careful as relying too much on standard furniture can deprive your home of its personality. You need a healthy mix of functional and beautiful items, which you can choose with the help of professional interior designers who understand who you are and what you need. Pros can tap into the psychology of colors, shapes, and materials to unlock your true self and help you to feel good at home!
Who’s stopping you from being unique?
Experts in fashion and decor can help you to understand how to express yourself through your style. However, sometimes the issue is much deeper. Whether it’s lack of confidence or fear of rejection, you can be the one who’s put those style shackles on. A therapist can provide the compassionate and enlightening support you need to break free.
It’s time to free yourself from your fears and doubts and to embrace your true style, at home and in your fashion. From personal stylists to therapists, there are more than one experts who can help you become the best version of yourself.