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Ways to Wear Unique Clothing: The Guide to Turning Your Wardrobe Into A Fierce Individual Style

Creating a great personal style is about more than just having access to the latest fashion trends. It’s about knowing yourself and what works for you, both in terms of body type and personal tastes. You need to know your individual style so that you can work with it, rather than against it. This way, you’ll always look your best while still being true to who you are.

Creating a killer personal style doesn’t have to be hard — but if you’re new to this whole ‘style’ thing and don’t have many resources at your disposal, it might seem like a pretty steep hill to climb. Fortunately, we have you covered. Here are our top tips for creating an amazing personal style that will leave people talking about your unique look everywhere you go.

Understanding Your Style Before Buying Unique Clothing

Before you can start making any real progress towards a killer personal style, you need to understand your own personal style. To do this, think about your own wardrobe and general preferences. What items do you always reach for? Why? Which pieces do you gravitate towards the least, and why?

This exercise will help you start to see both the items you gravitate towards naturally and the areas where your style could use some work. Once you know where you’d like to improve, you can start making real progress towards a killer personal style.

Finding Colors and Patterns You Love

When you’re getting started with creating a killer personal style, your first step should always be to identify the colors you love and work best with your skin tone. This is important because it will help you narrow down the types of clothing you should be looking for. There’s no point in trying to build a personal style around clothing you don’t love or feel confident in wearing. If you don’t love a particular color or style, you’re much less likely to wear it. In turn, this will make your overall personal style suffer.

Instead, you want to be able to select pieces that you not only love but also feel confident wearing. You want to be able to walk into any room and feel amazing in what you’re wearing. Lots of people are able to do this naturally, but many more need to put in some effort to make this happen.

When thinking about the colors and patterns you like to wear the most, you should also consider how open or willing you are to trying new colors or prints that you have never seen or imagined before.

Get To Know Vintage And Unique Fashion

If your preferred style leans towards vintage or unique pieces, you’ll want to make sure you’re keeping an eye out for these items when you shop at a thrift store or consignment store. When you’re at the vintage store, make a point to pick out the items you know will work best with your personal style. If a piece is vintage or unique, it’ll likely be more expensive than a standard item — but it might also be worth the investment.

We’ve found that the best unique clothing is actually upcycled clothing, which is fashion that has been repurposed from used, vintage, or unwanted materials. This way, your clothing is truly one-of-a-kind. You can find upcycled fashion on Etsy, Depop, or RE.STATEMENT – the only marketplace that solely focuses on unique, upcycled fashion.

Unique and vintage items are often more special than standard clothing. They might be one-of-a-kind items or feature details that can’t be found in other items. When you work vintage and unique items into your wardrobe, you’ll stand out from the crowd.

Don’t Be Afraid To Try New Things

Even if your preferred style leans towards vintage and unique pieces, that doesn’t mean you can’t also experiment with different looks and trends. After all, trends are a great way to experiment with new looks. You can find ways to incorporate the latest trends into your existing style. When you’re getting started with building a killer personal style, this is especially important. If you’re just getting your feet wet with the whole ‘stylistic’ thing, you’re almost certain to make a few mistakes along the way.

For example, you might accidentally wear a piece of clothing at the wrong time of year or with the wrong type of shoes. This can have an impact on your overall personal style — but it doesn’t have to be a negative one.

Find Out What Works For You

Finally, before you start making any real progress towards a killer personal style, you need to find out what works for you. How do you want to look when you walk out the door? What do you want people to think when they see you? These are some of the questions you need to be asking yourself when you’re trying to figure out what works for you.

You also need to think about your lifestyle and how it impacts your personal style. If you work in a very formal environment, your personal style probably needs to reflect that. In turn, you may want to make a few adjustments to your usual look.


Now that you know how to create a killer personal style, it’s time to start putting these tips into action. This is a process that takes time and effort, but with a little bit of patience, you should be able to create an amazing personal style that’s all your own.

Remember that your style should express who you want to be and bring out the best in you. If you’re looking for your voice to be heard before you say a single word, be sure to check out RE.STATEMENT for the unique, upcycled statement pieces you need to stand out.


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