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As you begin contemplating a change to your hair, wardrobe or other elements of your personal style, consider creating a “look book.” What's a look book, you ask? It can be a simple notebook or journal that you fill with ideas you gather from the world around you to help jumpstart your style change.

Cut out photos from magazines and catalogs, jot down ideas from television, look up some fashion designers online and make notes of stores that catch your eye. Bear in mind that inspiration comes from many places. You might love colors, textures and fabrics you see in homes or design stores, too. Nothing is off limits. Remember, this is about learning to express your unique sense of style through your look and there are no "wrong answers!

Sometimes it can be difficult to pinpoint what style changes you want to make, but drawing from everyday life will give you a better sense of how to begin.

Posted: 12/5/22