Style is a deeply personal expression of who you are, and every time you dress, you are asserting a part of yourself.
Style comes from knowing who you are and who you want to be in the world; it does not come from wanting to be somebody else, or wanting to be thinner, shorter, taller, prettier.
It's empowering for women to have some tricks up their sleeve to help them look their best.
If you look back in history of the women who are most memorable and most stylish, they were never the followers of fashion. They were the ones who were unique in their style, breakers of the rules. They were authentic, genuine, original. They were not following the trends.
She who dies with the most stilettos wins.
Some girls on the street don't have a lot of money, but they have the best style. It's not about being able to buy everything in the store.
Like most people, I've grown a lot more sophisticated in my style choices. I know myself and what suits me better now than I did when I was much younger and feel more comfortable in my own skin.
Fashion is expensive. Style is not. Some of the most stylish girls I know are certainly not the wealthiest.
From time to time, you may see a girl wearing her black opaque tights as pants. They are, in fact, not.
Style is like a muscle: you have to exercise it regularly or you'll lose it.
People always ask me if I could live in any other era what would it be, and I tell them none! I feel so lucky to live in an age where technology has changed and continues to change and make life so much more exciting. It keeps everyone young and constantly learning new things.
Taking stock of what you own, when done correctly and thoroughly, helps dampen the urge to shop frivolously.
Style is about fun. True style is not about having a closet full of expensive and beautiful things - it is instead about knowing when, where, and how to utilize your collection.
Every stylish girl knows that when the sun goes down, the heel goes up.
A great pair of shoes can make a $20 outfit look like couture, and a poorly constructed pair of shoes can make couture look like a cheap knockoff.
Nothing is more alluring to a man than a woman who looks good in her jeans.
I'm very classic and structural. I love clean lines and interesting, modern details. But I'm all about being streamlined - less is more.
The fashion editor as it used to be has changed. Now you have to wear many hats, and whoever tells you differently is wrong. Now you're on TV, whether you want it or not.
When I was older and I first started working, I was obsessed with buying my first Chanel jacket. I saved up my hard-earned money, went to Barneys, and bought a little black Chanel jacket. It saw many, many job interviews and many, many events. I'm not fitting into it lately, but I still have it.
Always make sure your jewelry isn't taking over you or your ensemble and keep everything in proportion to your frame
We all get a little rush of excitement at the prospect of buying a brand-new outfit for a first date, but this is not the time. You're much better off wearing clothes, shoes especially, that you've already tested.
It's refreshing to see a woman who can artfully weave her individuality into an otherwise safe ensemble.
My style is about making things last forever. When you're on a budget, it can be daunting to spend $300 on a pair of boots or a coat. But such basics are the building blocks from which your look is crafted.
I have seen everything possible covered in studs and grommets. Also, what I call angry shoes: those platforms with the multiple buckles and studs. I think the polished girl is back.
Putting on fierce boots is an instant pick-me-up.
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