MY STYLE EVOLUTION
At some point in your life you have all probably heard of the famous quote from Yves Saint Laurent, "Fashions fade, style is eternal." Yes, I agree that it might just be one of the most cliché, overused phrases in the fashion world, but if you really think about it, you may come to realise that it's actually very true.
I got the idea for this post when I was looking back through my earliest posts on my blog. Even though they were quite cringeworthy, I'm not going to lie, I still decided to leave the posts "public" on the blog. They are a wonderful indicator of how much you can evolve and learn in just a few years, from style, makeup, editing, writing, taking pictures, etc.
I change my mind constantly, which is mostly evident in my style choices. In general my style consists of minimalistic, monochromatic aesthetic, to which I add different trends that I love at that moment. In this post I want to mainly point out that, when it comes to fashion and your personal style, it's very important to have a good eye as well as the ability to carefully choose the trends that fit in with your own personal aesthetic. It's easier to just blindly follow magazine's directions, whereas staying true to yourself and your own taste presents the real challenge. In the past 4 years or so I have learned that you don't have to have just one specific "type of a style" that defines you, but you can mix and match depending on you mood, occasion, weather, etc. Let's remember that fashion should always be fun and not taken too seriously.
This is how my style has evolved in the past 4 years: