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Susan Feldman is the founder of One King & # 39; s Lane and In The Groove, a style goal in which she shares her age-old outfits and shopping tips. Feldman is also our resident style expert here at Who What Wear and she has shared everything from the basics she packs for every trip to the items you will always find in her H&M shopping cart. Today we addressed her to discuss the style mistakes she made in the past and what she learned from it.
I am the kind of person who believes that style can be acquired. It took some time for my personal style to develop into a place where I know exactly what works for me and what is more important, what is not. I know why I feel good inside and out. Today I would describe my style as "classic with a twist". I don't have to look for fashion trends. I make sure I invest in parts that work for years, or I will wear them all the time. But that doesn't stop me from scattering fun, trendy pieces now and then that don't break the bank.
At the end of the day, the biggest style flaw is trying to look like someone else. Find what works for you and accept it. Don't compare your style to others. The key to looking good is always trust. With that in mind, here are some mistakes I made along the way.
"My days of hunting for fashion trends are over. You will soon no longer catch me in bike shorts, a neon top, shoulder pads or over-the-knee boots. Every now and then I will deal with a trend that resonates with me. Fashion should be fun so I'm not afraid to try new things. But what is more fun at the end of the day than feeling good in your own clothes? "
"I don't remember when I ever felt comfortable in a stiletto, even if it was a fabulous shoe. If you don't feel good, you will never look good. I still believe that a little size can help to finish one. " Look or even give you some sharpness, but now I'm looking for 2-inch or 3-inch pumps instead of a sky-high heel. Invest in a pair of Manolo Blahnik pumps in black suede, and you'll always have a shoe you can count on. "
"Wearing ripped jeans is not for me – why are the tears always on my knees? This should have been the first indication that this wasn't a good look for me. But I couldn't help it! Denim is here to stay and there are so many options, and I've found jeans that I feel great in and that I can wear well or badly. I love the feel and color of vintage-inspired jeans, especially because they look great with everything, from everyday sneakers to my (not too high) high heels for the date night. The other style of jeans that I've been wearing all the time is a high waisted bootcut. They make my legs look longer and I don't have to sacrifice comfort for style . "
"I love suits, so I thought the over-sized suit trend was just right for me. Um, not that much. I tried, but I never got to know it. I always thought about it in every boxy blazer after how ridiculous I looked This trend error did not diminish my love for blazers, a blazer is the MVP of every large wardrobe, they are so versatile and you never have to worry about them going out of style, I just know that I need them I stick to blazers made from delicious fabrics and a perfectly cut fit. For spring this means the perfect linen that helps me to lighten up. In autumn I tend to wool and velvet for the endless Christmas party. "
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