How to Style Classic Items Depending on Your Personal Taste

Hannah Almassi

Upon scanning my entire closet, a fashion psychologist once told me I didn't wear jeans because I probably felt they were "too boring" for my own wardrobe. She was right, but I was wrong. I used to think—almost out of fear—that by avoiding the inclusion of classics into my repertoire I was upholding my own, unique style. However, these chic pieces have become fashion pillars for a reason (there are decades and decades of images to prove it), and as your tastes mature it's likely you'll start to rely on them not only for ease but also for looking timeless… I certainly have.

So as I'm sure I'm not the first girl to think that a biker jacket just isn't for her, or that I'm too smartly dressed to consider sneakers outside of the gym, here are some completely different girls wearing them same items in their very individual ways. These items really can be moulded and shaped to suit personal tastes more easily than one may think. Scroll down to see how you can make these key classics for work you…

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