Creating Your Personal Style
Do you know if people form the right impression of you, based solely on your appearance? When asked to describe your style, can you translate your answer into an actual look and successfully repeat it?
Maybe you’ve previously worked with a personal stylist or shopper who never really got you on a deeper level. Even if you’re not sure what your style is, it’s something you can learn to define and cultivate. A personal style profile establishes a common language that ensures you know your style and consistently present yourself with confidence. The style profile translates your personality qualities, traits, strengths, and goals into a language of your unique style. Your style profile summary identifies the types of garments, fits, fabrics, patterns, colors, and details to make the appropriate impression.
The Personal Style Profile Process
- Begin by self-assessing your personality traits and development goals.
- Receive an analysis that aligns with personality traits and development goals.
- Then, review a style summary report that lays out how your personality and goals translate into current fashion.