Cre­aT­iNg your uNique per­soNal sTyle


By koNye chelsea NWaBo­gor

when you’re se­ri­ous about your skin, you see a der­ma­tol­o­gist. when you want the per­fect pho­tos on your wed­ding day, you en­list the help of a pro­fes­sional pho­tog­ra­pher. The same goes for style! Don’t be afraid to en­list the help of a pro­fes­sional stylist if you can af­ford it. If you cant, again so­cial me­dia is a good place to start. The per­fect wardrobe should not only rep­re­sent your vi­sion and cre­ativ­ity, but also be tai­lored to your life­style. Con­sider the per­sona you want to present to the world. you want your style to re­flect your per­son­al­ity, but it also has to make sense in your field of work, your over­all life­style, the city you live in and aligned with your long-term goals. Do you want a bet­ter job? are you try­ing to make it in a par­tic­u­lar in­dus­try? Think about adding a few sharp and ap­pro­pri­ate pro­fes­sional pieces for in­ter­views in that line of work. or if you want to work in fash­ion, add more on-trend pieces.

re­gard­less of what life throws at us, it’s im­por­tant to be able to adapt while still main­tain­ing a style that is all our own. and why ex­actly is this im­por­tant? The im­pact of per­sonal style goes far be­yond mak­ing a good first im­pres­sion; great style is also about ap­proach­ing each day with con­fi­dence, and the abil­ity to feel le­git­i­mately beau­ti­ful in what we are wear­ing. Be­lieve it or not, the right wardrobe can make a dif­fer­ence in that depart­ment.

aNITa adeToye


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