Your signature style is unique to you and comes from your style personality and certain styles that you know that you wear well.
It doesn't mean looking the same everyday! Instead, people will begin to positively associate you with a particular look that is just "you." For example, you may like to experiment with different types of accessories like belts, hats, or scarves. Or you may prefer bright colors instead of more muted tones, or vice versa.
To go a step further, your signature look could eventually evolve into your personal brand. Your personal brand should stay consistent over time, for the most impact. (Imagine if Nike changed their "swoosh" symbol - after all these years!)
So what is your signature style? It may be something so subtle, that you don't even realize that you're doing it. And remember: Ideally, your signature style should work for your image, not against it!
Successful layering for Fall is essential for the transitional weather outside. Here is the key to remember about layering pieces. They should be warm enough for your preference, without adding too much extra bulk.
Your inner most layer should be able to wick moisture away from the skin, made from cotton, lightweight wool, or other breathable fabric.
Layering pieces after that, depends on your schedule for the day. Work wear may call for a lightweight scarf, or jacket. For weekend events, you might wear a loose weave cardigan, with a light waterproof jacket on top.
Don't forget: Layers are meant to be taken off, if needed, while still sticking to your personal style.
Stay warm, but don't bury yourself!
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What's your best layering secrets for Fall?
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