Express Your Individuality With Fashion [Top 4 Ways]

Every day is an opportunity to embrace and reflect your individuality.

There are so many ways to express individuality — style, behavior, relationship, activities, communication, and more. Fashion is one of the important ways to do so because people find it very easy to judge you by your look, which means that dressing appropriately will leave the right impression on anyone you meet.

Without further ado, how are some ways you can express who you are through what you wear.

Focus on Styles, Not Fashion

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Fashion changes constantly, but style does not because it is personalized. Do the best with what you have by choosing clothes and accessories that compliment your body and the unique look you want to achieve.

Dress in what makes you feel good. Know the right colors, patterns, and even styles that fit well. This will not only create an air of elegance and emphasize your strength, but it will boost your confidence and self-awareness.

Accessorize

Accessorizing is another way to reflect who you are to people. Visit the jewelry store and buy pieces of jewelry that match the impression you want to leave on people.

Jewelry does not need to be expensive to be unique and reflect your personality. Avoid being flamboyant by buying moderately priced jewelry that is unique and looks good on you.

However, if you feel uncomfortable with modern jewelry, there are antique accessories — earrings, bracelets, broaches, and even rings — that can reflect who you are without being showy.

No matter which you prefer, the motive behind it is reflecting the best and positive version of yourself to people.

Your Scent Is Also Essential

The way you smell can also leave a strong impression on people, so, try to always smell nice. People don’t have to see you, touch you, or hear you before they should be able to remember you.

This means that if someone is to remember you by your scent, it has to be something pleasant and lovable. Have a signature scent that is unique, thereby making it easy to express your individuality.

Dress for Yourself and Go Simple

Clothing is a form of self-expression and what you wear tells who you are. It is important to dress for yourself — wear what makes you feel comfortable.

Study yourself and wear what affects you positively. Let your style boost your confidence and mood. Curate a perfect wardrobe by investing more in clothing that represents your unique style.

Moreover, no matter who you are, go simple! It is better to look simple than receiving a mocking grin when you enter a room.

So, if you are not sure of how a dress will look on you, go simple by opting for easy-to-mix-and-match wardrobe staples such as a pencil skirt with universal colors and silk blouses.

With these four tips, you should be convinced that fashion can express your individuality to people without talking.

However, no matter the personality you are trying to express to people, always ensure that they are true to you and something you can be proud of.

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BA, MA Psychology (and Conflict Resolution), University of Cambridge (2007). With a decade of trial and error in psychology and 33 years of navigating my own complex (that's one word for it!) relationships with family, friends, co-workers and men, I hope I have some useful knowledge and skills to share with my readers about making sense of relationships and trying to become a better person every day.

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