5 Ways To Personalize Your Fashion Sense

With the emerging fashion trends nowadays, it might be tempting to go with the flow and purchase what’s popular among your friends and other people within your age bracket. However, following the trend might make you lose yourself, in terms of fashion, not allowing your style to reflect your personality and who you really are. 

Some people take fashion seriously. This is their way of expressing themselves and shouting out to the world who they are. To be fashionable while letting your personality shine through every outfit is a bit tricky, but it can be done.

Listed below are the ways you can personalize your fashion sense:  

  1. Custom Print Your Clothes 

One of the best and most obvious ways to personalize your clothing is by custom printing your clothes. You can either go for a heat press or screen printing to achieve superior product results. While heat press is a quicker way to print on your shirt, going for screen printing ensures that ink will be embedded into the fabric, making it great for long-term use. Furthermore, you can even toss them in the dryer.  

As you custom print your clothes, try to look for a design that resonates with your personality. You can download free images online or purchase one that you can print on your shirt for personal use. Alternatively, to enhance personalization, you can always come up with your own design and have it printed on your T-shirt. This way, you’ll have something no one else has, along with expressing yourself the best way you can.  

  1. Create A Mood Board 

Discovering your personality through clothing might be challenging, especially if there are a lot of pieces of clothing that you’d like to wear. To better understand your personality through clothing, consider making a mood board. This will help you identify your clothing staples and find inspiration to define your personal style.  

To create a mood board, you can search for photos online of any outfits you specifically like. It could be a jacket, top, pants, or shoes. As you gather enough images, you should print them out and put them together so you can have a visual collage of your choices. 

You’d be surprised to see that your preferred clothing has similarities, such as fabric choice or style. Knowing this will help you personalize your fashion sense as you purchase pieces of clothing and put them together in a way that’s uniquely you. 

  1. Declutter Your Wardrobe 

If your wardrobe is full of trendy pieces that you’ve purchased impulsively, you might want to start decluttering so you’ll have room for a much more personalized wardrobe. This liberates you from what you think is fashionable but doesn’t speak volumes about who you are.  

When decluttering your wardrobe, make sure you put your unwanted clothing to good use. You could donate usable clothing to a charitable organization of your choice. However, if you need extra cash to purchase new clothing, you might want to consider selling them online or have a yard sale for a quick buck.  

  1. Keep The Basics 

When decluttering your wardrobe, you should keep essential pieces as much as possible. This lets you mix and match pieces without worrying about going overboard as they’re plain and simple.  

For your basic clothing, you should keep plain T-shirts, sleeveless shirts, and tank tops. For your pants, go for a solid color and pattern such as black, white, and beige. You can even play with denim if it uses a plain and solid color.   

  1. Use A Statement Piece 

You can conveniently wear basics for your entire outfit, but where’s the fun in that? Adding a statement piece can work wonders in personalizing your clothing. It allows your outfit to stand out while expressing who you are. However, when adding a statement piece to your outfit, be careful to add just one, as too many can make your outfit crash and burn.  

A statement piece is not limited to clothing items but could include accessories, bags, and shoes. Nothing’s stopping you from wearing a loud shirt or pants to define yourself uniquely and confidently. Just ensure that every piece blends well together and captures your signature style.  

The Verdict 

Personalizing your outfit can be challenging, especially when there are so many trends that you’re tempted to try. However, this might cause you to lose track of who you are and what you genuinely want to wear. 

To bring yourself back, declutter your wardrobe and start from scratch. While the process might be painstaking, it’ll all be worth it when your fashion sense becomes authentically yours.  

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