One can develop a signature style of their own by wearing clothing that flatters their figure type and that suits their lifestyle and age. Once one determines what looks best on them they can build their wardrobe with those styles and begin to develop a style of your own. Time and experimentation trying different style clothes on and checking in the mirror will help. Another way to set yourself apart is to use an accessory to personalize your look. Anna Wintour (pictured), editor of Vogue, wears sunglasses and Madeline Albright wears big pins (brooches). A particular style of handbag, bright color scarves, jewelry or interesting hosiery (if you want to draw attention to your legs) will work also.
Madeline Albright Creates A Personal Style Read My Pins was an exhibit of the former Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright. Her collection consists of over 200+ brooches/pins. The Madeline Albright exhibition examined the collection’s historic significance and demonstrates the power of jewelry to be “ice breakers,” convey and/or communicate messages in social and political situations and create a personal style.
Jewelry That Makes A Statement Jewelry that makes a statement sends a message about who you are and what you value, conveys confidence and can make an outfit chic. I think what you notice first about someone is their personal statement. A piece of jewelry that catches your eye when you see a woman qualifies as a “statement” piece of jewelry. Something that stands out from everything else.