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Save Your Favourite Fashion Looks in Your Style Book

Actresses do it, professional stylists do it, even your favourite fashion designers are doing it. They call it an inspiration book or notebook. You can also call it a style book. Having a stylebook is the best way to save time and unnecessary stress. It's simple. It avoids accumulating unnecessary pages (you don't have to keep the uninspiring pages of your magazines). And you are sure to always be up to date.

We bring you today this easy to implement and very practical trick to always be inspired. And to dress in style.

Note, cut, archive ... your favourite looks!

The idea is simple. The next time you flip through a magazine and stumble upon some fabulous looks, take a closer look at what women are wearing and break down their outfits, piece by piece. By doing so, you can get fashion ideas from any image in your favourite magazine. You just need to take the time to look at each item of clothing without being distracted by the creations the model is wearing. After all, these details are just fantasy.

You have to focus on the style of the clothes and only on that point. This way, you can get plenty of leads to looks and outfits to die for.

When you have started to keep your stylebook up to date, you will not be able to do without it, and you will quickly find that it saves you time and brings you a real plus in shaping your personal dress style.

Keep everything you love even if, in a photo, you are only attracted to a belt buckle, a pair of shoes, or a bracelet. Keep your favourite pages under laminated sheets or in a binder. Organise your stylebook by seasons, by outfit styles (office outfits, evening outfits, etc.) in the order that seems most logical to you.

There is only one rule: don't forget to consult this notebook when you are short of ideas. Or you don't have time to design a cool, and above all remarkable outfit. Almost all women know this. But now, thanks to your personal portfolio, you will no longer be faced with this kind of situation. It's your turn!


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