1Knowing your personal style can make your life easier. First, you can shop clothes more wisely—you'll no longer experience buyer's remorse. Second, you can get dressed in the morning faster—an important skill when you're running late for workand lastly, you'll feel more self-confident. Need help figuring out your style uniform? Follow our simple four-step guideline below.

1. Find your style crush.
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Do you have a favorite celebrity or blogger style? Are you in awe of Olivia Palermo's sophisticated choices? Or do you like to channel Lauren Conrad's good-girl looks? How about Cara Delevingne's urban outfits? If you have a Pinterest board, what kind of outfit photos do you pin the most? Studying your fave style photos can help you identify the style that attracts you the most. Do you find yourself inching toward modern and edgy outfits? Or do you like frilly dresses? You can start editing your wardrobe foundation from your answers to these questions.

2. Determine the most common item in your closet.
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Is your closet overflowing with striped tops? Do you notice a color palette or theme going on in your closet? Your repurchases lay out the obvious. You feel pretty and fab in these pieces.

3. Play up your assets.
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Do you have toned arms or a bountiful booty? Pick a body part that people always compliment you on, and highlight it by wearing figure-flattering clothing. For toned arms, sleeveless and halter tops look best, while a rich booty deserves to be hugged by pencil skirts and stretch jeans.

4. Trust your instincts.
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Ask yourself which outfits have made you feel the most confident about yourself. Is it that crop top-midi skirt combo or that crisp white tee and skater skirt? Don't mind what's uso, stick to whatever works for your body and lifestyle.

PHOTOS: Instagram @Blogger Elle. @InStyle Magm @Max and Co, @American Street Style


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