Thursday, February 25, 2016

What Is Style?
Style equals expression. It's the total combination of the way you dress, talk, move your body, or do anything for that matter. Simply, it's how we express our inner self outwardly. This includes all of our thoughts, emotions, interests and values. Everything on the outside is the reflection of what's on the inside.

What's The Difference Between Fashion And Style?

Fashion is an art which is difficult to keep up with because trends change seasonally, but style is impacted by much longer-lasting factors. Style is affected by religion, politics, culture, wheather, body type, profession and the list goes on and on and on...

Types Of Styles

Arty, refers to a creative thinker. The clothes an arty girl wears shows her artistic themes. Arty style avoids the conventional and chooses something unique. People with arty style also prefer handcrafted items and actually create their own clothing and even accessories at times.

Bohemian style is characterized with artistic interests like arty style. However, the difference is that Bohemian style focuses on some exotic patterns and textures. The free-spirited Bohemian draws inspirations from the gypsy look with their intricate patterns, peasant blouses, multiple chains, head scarves, and also hippy ponchos and tie dye jeans. Bohemian is well known for features that are considered non-traditional in appearance.

 "Chic" is often synonymous with "trendy" or "fashionable". People who favor this style prefer classic and stylish designs that are striking and smart. Chic style means having clothes that have strong colors but not garish.


"Flamboyant" is associated with "dramatic". However, between flamboyant and dramatic, flamboyant is more energetic and outgoing. The main characteristic of flamboyant is being flashy. The clothing of this fashion style are often asymmetrical, exaggerated flouncing, fringe, multi-colored, and splashy. At most times, flamboyant fashion style can have outlandish prints or intense bright colors.

Glamorous style shows a dazzling look accompanied with refined drama. But it also has a subtle allure, which can be between dramatic style and sexy style. Similar to flamboyant style, the clothes often get everyone’s attention. Most of apparels are deep to bright, however, not really intense. A glamorous style is never complete without diamonds, silk and satin.

Preppy style is very popular among college students. This style is often girly but not too much frilly. The clothes are great to mix and match. In most of the time, the style may appear luxurious but actually people with this style do not drop ton of cash to have the look. The apparel often includes opaque tights, A-line skirts, girly blouses and headbands, etc.

Punk Rock
Punk had gone through different modifications and style twists but the main goal of punk style is to be anti-materialistic and edgy. Punk rock has skinny jeans, band tees, skater styles and wrist bands.

Tomboy style is for a girl who wants to wear something simple and who doesn't like to wear pink. Tomboy style focuses on graphic tees and distressed shirts from the boy section of department stores. This apparel is a bit baggy but it is not a bad thing. Likewise, popular stores offer unisex clothes that can be worn by guys and gals.

Depending on the genre or the crowd, rocker style may vary from ultra-glam to grunge. Thrift stores are the ultimate source of the rock styles. Clothes are cheap and looks like they were worn in for several months. Rockers do not wear baggy clothes and they opt for smaller size. Rocker style is not complete without ripped denim, vintage tees and leather jacket.

Street / Urban 
This is the constantly evolving style that develops on the streets of the big cities. It is constantly changing and quite undefinably, but it tends to be a mix of casual and hip and what’s happening in the world at any particular time. Some previous street style trends include: new wave, punk, goth, grunge, mod and hip hop.

The term vintage is used to describe clothing between 20 and 100* years old which is clearly representitive of the era in which it was produced. Vintage clothing can be used, manufactured, and handmade.

Since the 1930s the term has been used to describe both day and evening fashions of varying degrees of formality that demonstrate this relaxed approach while remaining appropriate wear for many business or social occasions.The term can also refer to activewear, which is clothing designed specifically for participants in sporting pursuits.

If You Wanna Learn More About STYLE

Tv Shows;
  • Project Runway
  • The Designer
  • House Of DVF

  • Vogue
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Elle
  • In Style
  • Teen Vogue
  • Seventeen
  • Marie Claire


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