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Life Style Fashion: How to tailor your Signature Style around Your life

Updated: Mar 30, 2023

When it comes to fashion, it's easy to get caught up in the latest trends and styles. But what about lifestyle fashion?

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The reality is that we all tend to buy clothes with an idealized version of our life in mind, rather than buying for the life that we actually have. This can result in a closet full of clothes that are either never worn or only worn on special occasions. In this post, we'll explore the concept of lifestyle fashion and why it's important to buy clothes that suit your actual lifestyle.

  • Define Your Lifestyle

The first step to creating a functional lifestyle wardrobe is to define your actual lifestyle. Do you work in an office or from home? Do you have children? Are you a fitness enthusiast? Do you attend formal events regularly? These are all important questions to consider when building your wardrobe. By defining your lifestyle, you'll be able to identify the types of clothing and accessories that will work for you, rather than buying items that don't fit your needs.

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  • Prioritize Comfort

When it comes to lifestyle fashion, comfort is key. There's no point in buying an outfit that looks amazing but is uncomfortable to wear. Instead, focus on finding pieces that are both stylish and comfortable. This might mean investing in high-quality basics that can be mixed and matched, or choosing fabrics that are breathable and easy to wear.

Signature Style/ Prioritize Comfort/ jeans and sneakers / hailey bieber

  • Invest in Quality Pieces

Investing in quality pieces is another key aspect of lifestyle fashion. While it can be tempting to opt for cheaper, fast-fashion options, these pieces often fall apart quickly and need to be replaced frequently. By investing in high-quality items that are designed to last, you'll save money in the long run and have a wardrobe that is built to withstand your actual lifestyle.

Signature Style Invest in Basics / black trousers belt and classic chanel bag black

  • Check the Fabric Quality and Maintenance

When shopping for new items it's important to pay attention to the quality of the fabric. Look for natural fabrics like cotton, silk, and wool that will last longer and feel better on your skin. Also, consider the maintenance of the fabric and whether it fits your lifestyle. For example, if you don't have time for hand-washing or dry-cleaning, avoid delicate fabrics that require special care. Opt for durable and easy-to-maintain fabrics that can withstand regular washing and wearing. Therefore, it is always important to read the labels of the garment and ensure that we have the capacity to take care of it as required. Otherwise, what ends up happening is we end up not wearing the item as frequently as we would because it does not match our fashion lifestyle.

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  • Be Mindful of Trends

While it's important to embrace your personal style, it's also worth being mindful of trends. Incorporating a few trendy pieces into your wardrobe can help keep your look fresh and modern, but it's important not to go overboard. When investing in trendier pieces, look for items that can be easily mixed and matched with other pieces in your wardrobe, and consider buying them in a more affordable price range.

Signature Style / purple skirt and silk and funky sweater / two girls / fashion trends/ colors

In conclusion, lifestyle fashion is all about buying clothes that suit your actual lifestyle. By defining your lifestyle, prioritizing comfort, investing in quality pieces, embracing your personal style, and being mindful of trends, you can create a wardrobe that is functional, stylish, and true to who you are. When it comes to lifestyle fashion it's important to think about the budget. My next blog is about building a signature style with thrift vintage fashion.

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