In the English vernacular we ascribe style as being or having that “thing” or the "it factor". Modern day colloquialism or as the Millennial would say one has "swagger". Though style is very hard to bound or even describe with one lexicon, it surely is easy to identify. Style and fashion are not germane to material objects, but can be associated with a lifestyle and a way of thinking; coupled with confidence and personality. Style encompasses all aspects of life and living. It is the thing that makes us who we are, and substantiates thoughts and preconceived notions others have about us. It is how we brand and market ourselves.
The French ascribe those intangible qualities that make something distinctive or attractive as having a certain “je ne sais quoi”. Like music, fashion and style are: cultural, gender, social, economic, age, class, and race agnostic. Simply put, fashion is transparent in many ways, transcends all, and has huge impacts on how we navigate life. I believe that just as we each have an affinity for certain foods, style is not different. Style can be created by the individual. Rachel Zoe once stated that, Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak.”
Looking good and feeling good are grandeurs of life that we all enjoy. Whether it’s a lifetime legacy or a passing moment, you should always give consideration and thought to your own personal style and fashion. Personal style is a language spoken by an individual, but can be understood by the masses.