Style is as personal as it gets. It’s one of the most creative forms of intimacy one can explore. It lives and breathes through personal choices and the lifestyle one chooses. It’s malleable in being something today and another tomorrow, yet formidable if afforded permanency, which makes it such a beautifully interesting commodity. The way it shifts and changes through a lifetime and generation resembles a gallery offering a variety and an array of allure. Within its beauty lies its function of announcing one to the world. It speaks before you and for you by informing the person you are. You and your style can be identified by any of its elements. 

Style is much more than a visual aesthetic, it envelops your personality and characteristics. They all add up to your stylish whole, painting the picture of who you are for the world to see. Fashion is a fickle thing and style as shallow, but made all the more expansive by the personality behind the look. Envisioning oneself as a blank canvas with all the possibilities in the world is a simplistic way of looking at life and style. The bounty of opportunities can both dizzy you and dazzle you and certainly inspire you once you’ve found your vibe. 

Style becomes uniquely personal when looked at as value and is made more so once attention to detail, fit and fabric are intimately introduced, as these are the particulars that bring it together formulating collections with distinctive signatures. Style like art is finest when curated over time by searching and sifting through to land on what suits you. It’s a courageous commodity and an honest one, as it reveals personal intricacies, from palettes to politics, style shows it all. In this the best styles are those braving the world and showing up totally, by showing up and showing off after practice with poise spelling out for the world to see their


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