Do you also have these problems? You are buying pieces that you do not wear later, regretting after buying them since you know that you will never wear them, concentrating on the act of buying rather than quality, purchasing the pieces that are exactly same, and then getting puzzled asking, ‘Why do I have nothing to wear?”… Then, let’s say frankly: Your wardrobe needs an architect. We recommend you to build your wardrobe like an architect that starts from the foundation and ends with the last vase. Here are the points to consider while doing it:
1 Describe your style that you call as ‘This is my style!’. In other words, identify the pieces that you feel yourself most comfortable wearing them and that the people will associate with you saying, ‘Oh, that is her style’.
2 Personalise your style. Remember that the piece you buy is also bought by many other people. Think about how to add an authentic interpretation to that piece in order to not worry about ‘wearing the same outfit with someone else’. Add your personality with a kerchief, necklace, earrings, brooch or another piece of clothing that you will pair with it.
3 Screen the colours… Trendy colours, the colours you like, the colours you like on the other people. Even if they are very beautiful, they may not suit you. Identify your own colours. Let’s show you how to do it: When you wear a colourful piece, pay attention to the comments that you receive without any extra addition (hair, makeup, etc.). Are the people around you asking ‘Are you tired? Are you sick?’ or ‘Have you had a hair care? Have you had your hair dyed?’ even though you are wearing the same makeup and hair style… Positive criticism actually results from the fact that you have found the colour that exactly suits you.
4 Make sure that you have a strong capsule wardrobe: Every wardrobe needs some key pieces: Well-cut jeans that suits you will be your night style with stilettos, and your lifeguard with sneakers during the day and nobody will even notice that you are always wearing the same jeans! This also applies for a white shirt, a well-cut black dress, an elegant dark blue jacket, a trench coat, and a black pencil skirt emphasizing your curves. Identify the key pieces and buy them among the high-quality options. The remainder of the style puzzle will seem much easier with these pieces!