Two Steps to Having the Style You Desire

Today I wanted to talk about what’s stopping you from having the style you desire. It’s easy to stay trapped and hidden in the limitations that the world gives us (and that you give yourself). For example, these types of thoughts: Style is easy for some people, but I’m not one of them Having style is difficult and it takes a lot of money to always look good I’ve tried and failed, it’s difficult for me, why is this time going to be different? That girl is skinny / young / cute, so it’s easy for her. Etc. What if I told you that it is possible, that it can be very easy and that anyone can have style? What if I told you that style has nothing to do with your age, your body, your weight or your idea of your beauty? Can you believe that? I wanted to tell…

The Key to Creating YOUR Personal Style

Wanna know how to create a more personal style? Then you’ll like to know that following your intuition is the fastest way to create and find YOUR style. It’s THE key ;) Something interesting happened to me today, more or less. I was walking down the street when I noticed a girl with a look that I loved. Similar to the one in the photo of the post (more or less because her pants were more beautiful and I added the bag and earrings ;)). So far nothing new, I’m always noticing what people wear, to take ideas ;). The difference was that I remembered that, a few days ago, I loved to see the same kind of pants, in another girl. Some time ago this probably wouldn’t change anything for me, because I wasn’t aware of my intuition, the ideas I got through the day. Now, when I notice…

How to Change Your Style by Being More Authentic

Today I’m talking about my most recent experience with my style. And it has to do with visibility. I heard a lot about this topic, both in business courses and in business or self-development coaching. And what does this have to do with you, you ask ;)? Well, if you don’t want to be visible for some reason, it will absolutely influence your style. Being visible is about not being afraid to show who you are. It’s about being YOU. What I’ve noticed lately is that I’ve spent most of my life hiding, trying to go unnoticed, for several reasons. One of them is the fear of being judged, criticized. It’s a very common fear. Of course, I’ve heard about being visible more than a thousand times, and though I understood very well the idea, it never really sunk in… maybe because I wasn’t ready to listen yet, or maybe…