How to Find and Develop Your Unique Style


How to find and develop your unique style

Back with Jill Chivers of Shop Your Wardrobe in this video to discuss another reader question about how to find and develop your unique style.

In this video we talk about how style changes and grows as our lives change Рfrom working to retired.  From office to motherhood or motherhood back to the office.  Change is the one constant you can expect in your life, which is why you need to continually evolve your style.

We warn about “set and forget” which you need to be aware about and how you can remain true to yourself but still maintain modernity.

We share tips on methods to assist you in defining your style.

Finding and Developing Your Unique Style

Watch the video here now.

What have you found useful when finding and developing your unique style?

You may find these posts useful in thinking about different ways to approach the process (there is no one right way) and I think that style is constantly evolving too!

Style is a journey not a destination

In the movie of your life what would your character wear?

Finding your style recipe

Tips on how to cultivate your style

How to develop your personal style

The relationship between personal style and decorating style

We all make style mistakes and why it’s not a bad thing

Michelle’s 7 Steps to Style

Evolve Your Style style challenge


I'm not sure if it's for you but how would you feel if you learned all about the colours and styles of clothing that suit your individual personality, shape and style? Just imagine what it would be like when you can open your wardrobe and pull together fabulous outfits that make you look and feel amazing every day? If you'd like to stop wasting money on the wrong clothes and accessories plus join an amazing bunch of very special women also on their style journey - then my 7 Steps to Style program is right for you. Find out more here.

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  • Thought-provoking discussion. I’ll be looking at my things with new eyes. Something that came to mind is that some of my favorite styles come in and out of my life. For example Western boots, batik or richly textured fabrics are in my wardrobe for a decade or two then vanish for another decade or more. I’ve always loved them and enjoy looking but don’t need to buy. Then love becomes a passion again and I have to have them. It’s not tied to my job or life phase, but intensity of feeling and how easy they are to find (at an affordable price).

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