PART 1: Developing Your Own Personal Style

  Fashion designer Christian Siriano urges his clients to develop their own personal style by first looking back at the things, eras, ...

 

Fashion designer Christian Siriano urges his clients to develop their own personal style by first looking back at the things, eras, styles, that you related to most as a child. As a stylist, I love to experiment with many different looks, but for this post, I wanted to center my style on my childhood interests.

 As a child I was obsessed with nature and Native Americans. For years I listened to Native American music, visited reservations, collected natural stones, arrowheads, and native rabbit pelts, and daydreamed of a simpler time of tee-pees, fire pits, and rain dancing. This outfit is inspired by the purity of the natives and nature that I deeply cherished as a child.

 The Ivory Closet Top | Lola Jeans | Naughty Monkey Boots | The Attic Feather Bracelet | 
Vintage Earrings | Bourbon & Boweties Bangle | The Ivory Closet Hat

Stay Tuned Next week for Part 2 in the Developing Your Own Personal Style series. 
I will be show casing another childhood interest that pertains to my fashion today.



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  1. This top is lovely! Very feminine and dainty!

    xo,
    Abby of Life in the Fash Lane

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    1. Thank you Abby! I love your blog! I followed you on bloglovin' I have a blog on Bloglovin' too if you would like to follow ;-) Thank you for checking out my post! xo

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