Your Personal Style

Mastering your personal styleThere are many lucky people who are born with instinctive style, while most of us develop our own from trial and error made through the years. Many of us go thru life, without understanding how to develop our personal style in order to complement our personality. Here you can Consider what ‘style personality’ you are. Did you know that there are 7 different style personalities? Astonishing isn?t it? Most women will tend to be a mix of two styles… you might find you are one personality at work and another in your home or social life. Understanding what style category you fall into will help you to create a fantastic look suitable to your personality and lifestyle.

The Classic Style

The Classic, Traditional Style

The Feminine Style

The Feminine, Romantic Style

The Dramatic Style

The Dramatic, Striking Style

The Natural Style

The Natural, Sporty Style

The Creative Style

The Creative, Original Style

The Elegant Style

The Elegant, Chic Style

The Sexy Style

The Sexy, Alluring Style

Most importantly your style needs to reflect your personality and your lifestyle. Take the time to explore who you are and how practical a wardrobe you require. Once you have an idea of what kind of style you want to portray, go through your wardrobe and eliminate anything that doesn’t fit your new look. Then make a list of basic items you need and go shopping! You don’t need a lot of clothes to create a signature look – look for some quality basics in neutral colors, add some bright accents and always, always make sure they fit.

If you would like assistance creating a personal style, an image consultant can be invaluable. For a free consultation to discuss your image needs please visit and contact an image consultant near you! And if you would like to learn more about Pensility Style we offer training webinars. Book your session today!



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