At all times there were different fashion trends in clothing. It happened because people want to look fun and attractive. Some women seem to be able to put together and outfit and fix up their hair and face naturally, whereas others struggle in all these areas. If that sounds more like you, don’t fret; you can find your style quickly and easily.
One thing you might do is take a look at catalogs and magazine with a very critical eye. What outfits are you drawn to, and what hairstyles do you find flattering? If you immediately notice tailored business suits, your style may be professional and upscale. If you appreciate graphic tees and funky shirts, your style is probably casual and bohemian.
Take a look at hairstyles you see on celebs or in magazines. If you appreciate a classic, severe bob cut, this can work well with your professional look. If you’re drawn to long and flowing locks, this too is part of a natural and casual look.
If you still struggle with your style, you may simply want to concentrate on a look that is flattering to you. Avoid shapeless, oversized shirts that do nothing for your figure and silhouette and choose some nice shirts and blouses that are fitted and flattering. If you haven’t purchased new jeans or new skirts and dresses in some time, chances are the ones you have are outdated and old-fashioned. Boot cut jeans flatter any figure and pencil skirts give any woman a slimmer appearance. Classic styles are always flattering so choose solid colors for pants, skirts, and tops that you can dress up or dress down with the right accessories.
When you’re unsure of a good hairstyle, usually a simple straight cut with some long layers at the bottom work for any face. You can use hot rollers to add some curls when you want a dressier look or keep it straight for everyday.