When we think about updating our style, it’s not uncommon for us to think about making drastic changes. We might cut bangs (also known as a fringe) into our hair, we might begin to wear a different style of clothes to give it a try, or we might get tattooed. All of these are perfectly valid of course, and if that makes you happy, go for it!
It might be that you feel pretty secure in your current style but just wish for a little update, something that can be enjoyable without feeling like a massive commitment. After all, it might be that you want a tattoo, but you’re just not that committed to any design yet, and so you’re happy to wait until you think of something better.
After all, no one ever said style had to be a big change despite the seasons, you can still be incremental about the whole process. In this post, then, we’ll discuss three subtle ways to express yourself through style, and perhaps offer some advice you hadn’t considered:
Subtle, Cool Piercings
The cool thing about a new piercing is that it can be very subtle, but also help adjust your look in a new way. For instance, a fun helix piercing is a little varied compared to the usual earlobe earring placements, but they look clean, smart, suitable for both personal and professional settings, and can also be worn with a range of different studs and hoops. If you’re looking to express yourself in a semi-noticeable way, this can be a fun and quite graceful means of doing so. Just be wary tha of course, some piercings are more notable than others.
Of course, accessories aren’t solely limited to jewellery. It can be fun to find a nicer watch that fits you, or perhaps enjoying a smart watch that helps you keep on your fitness goals while also looking sleek and cool. Accessories can go with unique outfits, like a cravate adding a nice tough to your spring wardrobe, or hair accessories that help you tie it differently or emphasize a certain style. Don’t be be afraid to flip the script and try something new, like wearing a cool belt around your waist.
Of course, you don’t have to select other products or goods to define your own style. You might decide to switch up some of your current clothes, like making jeans into shorts, cutting the arms off long-sleeve shirts cleanly, and adding buttons or other addendums to a garment elsewhere. In some cases you might be able to dye a piece of clothing, in others you might choose to ripe holes in it for stylistic purposes. If you own the garment, you can do pretty much whatever you want to it within reason. So don’t be afraid to give that a go, you’re never too old to learn something new and expressing yourself through personal choices like this is a great deal of fun.
With this advice, we hope you can express yourself through style in the best possible way.