Style and personality go hand in hand 06/12/2017 – Posted in: Carlene Noel, Fashion Styling, Personal Styling
Ultimately, people book a session with me to help define their personal style. As our lives change, we change, so it can become harder to define our ‘style personalities’!
Style and personality go hand in hand.
Whether you pride yourself on being perfectly polished or slightly more alternative and edgy, there is no escaping the fact that the way you dress offers an insight into your personality. That’s one of the beautiful things about fashion, it offers a platform for us to offer the world a hint of who we are without having to utter a single word.
Yes, staple pieces are a must have for every season – such as the trusty party dress, or the pair of well fitted jeans that make your legs look long and your booty peachy; but even these classics can have a hint of something extra which makes them fit nicely into a wardrobe filled with ensembles that celebrate your personality.
If you haven’t yet had a consultation with me and are now wondering what your fashion persona could be then wonder no more… you simply MUST try out this very accurate style quiz created by the lovely team at the Award-winning British jeweler ROX – Diamonds & Thrills who have teamed up with luxury Swiss watch maker Raymond Weil to create a quiz dedicated to celebrating your style personality.
They asked me to give it a try and I was pleasantly surprised with the results!!!
Unsure about what your style personality says about you? Then give it a go NOW 😊
Simply answer a series of lifestyle questions, from asking about your favorite city or your ideal Saturday night, to examining your ultimate style icon, and you’ll instantly unlock your 1 out of 7 fashion personas. Exciting right! Click here to take the quiz and don’t forget to let me know in the comments below which persona you. If you then need something to wear to complement your newfound persona this Christmas party season, get in touch and I’ll find something that’s perfect for you.
Illustrations by the talented Robyn Neild