Lesson learnt: Don’t get too caught up with the trends each season; they will be gone before you know it. Instead, incorporate the trends that suit your personal style and leave the rest.
Lesson learnt: Experiment with your sense of style until you find out what works for you. Know the kind of clothes/shoes/accessories that flatter you the most and make them the staples of your wardrobe.
Lesson learnt: Don’t try to copy other people to a tee or blindy follow the trends. Get inspired by them, but be your own "style stalker" or "trend setter".
Lesson learnt: Fashion is fun and exciting, but don’t be a slave to it! Be selective with what you buy and wear.
Lesson learnt: A lot of the time, the outfits that go down the runway are works of art that are not meant to be worn in "real life".
Lesson learnt: Don’t go too over the top with your outfits. It’s great to be fashion-forward, sure, but there’s a fine line between trendy and tacky.
Lesson learnt: If you’re not sure about the dress code for an event, always go for a more casual outfit option. There’s nothing worse than being the most overdressed, overdone girl at the party.
Lesson learnt: The way you dress can really reflect and impact your mood and self-confidence. If you’re feeling down or stressed, wear bright colours. If you want to make a good, professional impression, make sure your outfit is polished.
Lesson learnt: Less is more. Always.
Lesson learnt: Choose your jewels, headwear, shoes and bags wisely. Try to avoid piling on the jewellery; it takes attention away from your outfit.
Lesson learnt: A signature scent is a powerful thing. If you have one, people will connect you with it in the same way they link your voice, personality and style.
Lesson learnt: If you can’t walk in them properly, ditch them. Even if they are the most gorgeous pair of stilettos in the world.
Lesson learnt: None, because you already knew that!
Lesson learnt: High heels are seductive. If you want to feel taller, sexier, powerful or more confident, throw on a pair of heels. They make a huge difference to the way you feel and present yourself.
Lesson learnt: Invest in high quality shoes. They will last longer, look better and treat your feet nicer than a pair of cheapies.
Lesson learnt: It’s just not worth wearing that super expensive dress that is too tight, digging into your skin, or hard to walk in. That’s not what luxury is supposed to feel like, so go for something that you’re comfortable in.
Lesson learnt: Confidence is the key to feeling sexy. Posture is the secret to a great walk, so pull your shoulders down and back, straighten your neck and walk with purpose.
Lesson learnt: This is known as "aspirational shopping". Nothing will motivate you to be healthier when you have that gorgeous dress hanging in your wardrobe just waiting for a night out on the town.
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