redefining personal style


The injection of colour back into my wardrobe has been something which I've find myself gradually doing in past couple of months, thanks to a recent obsession of the colour red. It comes as no surprise that a large majority of wardrobe consists of a monochromatic palette, yet as someone who used to wear ALOT of colour and even have an array of colourful hair styles.

The recent shift to a more simpler (and sometimes limited) colour palette was something that came about naturally. It was like one day I woke up and decided that that sort of style wasn't for 'me' anymore and wanted to gradually incorporate a more refined look into my everyday style. The first major shift was dying my hair blonde, as I couldn't bear go back to my natural shade (brown) and then it all kinda began. Taking inspiration from both 70s style icons and the kings and queens of tailoring- David Bowie and Annie Lennox. Merging them both to form a loosely 'normcore' inspired look. It's been an ongoing process, almost as though I'm redefining my personal style again. With the process of redefining your personal style, it's about finding what works for YOU and trying not to get hyped up into the constant flow of new and sometimes recycled trends.

 Jumper - Shein (link)* | Coat - Zara (link) | Trousers - Missguided (similar) | Hat - eBay (similar)

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