When you feel that it’s time to give your wardrobe an overhaul, you usually consult some fashion magazines (online and printed ones) to check out what styles, colours and designs of pants, dresses, and clothes that are considered “in” and fashionable for you to own and wear. There are also certain TV shows can also be great sources of everything that’s currently trendy and hot in the fashion scene.
These two reliable ways of finding out what type of clothes and outfits you would need to get to improve your wardrobe can only take you far though, especially if you don’t have the build of a model or that popular celebrity you are a big fan of. You probably already know that not all of the latest designs and styles of clothes that are currently trendy do not really suit or look flattering to all types of bodies.
To make sure that you always make the best decisions when investing in any new set of trendy clothes and outfits to add to your wardrobe, you can undergo a personal stylist training course.
Undergoing A Personal Styling Training Course
When undergoing a personal stylist training program, your trainer or mentor will usually start with helping you acquire or improve your positive self-image. This is an important part of the whole course. Once you become more confident and feel better about yourself, you will then start learning about industry styling and illusion tricks that can help you realise a personal style that impeccably suits you, enhances your great features and hides the ones that you are not so proud of.
Most personal styling courses will help you learn how to do and even master the following:
• Correctly evaluate the shape of your body and face.
• Emphasize your positive physical characteristics and minimise your other attributes.
• Give balanced proportion to your outline by using different tried and tested fashion tricks and clothing shapes.
• Choose and work with colour schemes that enhance and flatter your innate skin tone.
• Correctly select the best hairstyles that flatter the shape of your face.
• Take better care of your skin and hair.
• Using fashion wisely to suit you.
• Make the most of the value of your wardrobe. This means you will learn how to achieve a lot within a limited budget when it comes to shopping for new clothes and how to mix and match them properly, to fully maximise your investments in your new sets of wardrobe.
• Think in another way and break out of fashion repetition and regular norms.