You are beautiful and unique
Your body architecture is yours alone. You are not one of 5 or even 10 body shapes and that is all you need to know. You are much more than that.
Your body architecture is a combination of silhouette, proportions, scale, texture, sheen, somatotype, colouring, defining features and most importantly, your personality.
Your clothes should flatter your personal architecture, not just be what current fashions may dictate.
Fashion is a tool in your style toolbox, nothing more.
Only buy the fashions that work with your personal architecture and your personality, the pieces that you truly love.
Your uniqueness is what makes you memorable and recognizable, enjoy your differences.
You can choose how you’re perceived by what you wear. You have control over your choices.
Your lifestyle will dictate what you need in your wardrobe, not an arbitrary list compiled by a magazine or tv show.
Your personality has the biggest influence over what you love and why you love it. Work with who you are and your body to showcase it in the most authentic way.
Your style is unique to you. You will not find it by copying others. You may find inspiration from others, but your style is your own. It should make you feel like the most confident version of you.
You are perfect, just as you are.
Let everyone else enjoy your beauty by enhancing it with your style that embraces your body and flatters both it and who you are.
Listen…. Do You Hear That? What is Your Body Telling You About Your Wardrobe?
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Yes! You said it perfectly.
Beautifully said, Imogen. We do like to categorize things and people don’t we? In the end we would like to look aesthetically appealing, and that is a very subjective, ‘eye of the beholder’ matter. Feeling good about how we look affects our emotional health.
Absolutely feeling good about our appearance affects our emotional health. This is why I love working with the Look Good Feel Better cancer charity as the feedback we get actually says that looking good can make a huge difference to how we feel, particularly in such difficult circumstances.
Perfectly said and something we often forget. Thanks for putting style into perspective. I will print this out!
<3, Imogen! Thank you!
You have stated this beautifully, Imogen. For each statement you make here, I say yes!,Yes!, YES!
Thanks so much Rita!