Is your signature style a way of telling the world what kind of person you are? If so, you’re not alone. Having a signature style can help you stand out from the crowd while also freeing you up to choose clothing and shoes that you know will look good on you.
Defining your signature is not an instant process and it can take time to identify what makes you feel good, looks flattering and simply feels like “you”. It takes practice and lots of trial and error but once you get it right, you will have a template for dressing that makes shopping a breeze.
To create my own signature style, I started by paying attention to what made me feel confident and how certain styles looked on me. I also spent time looking at individuals whose style I admire and trying to emulate theirs until I had developed my own unique look.
Once I had a good idea of what I was looking for in a signature, I then began to research online to see how other people had created theirs. I wanted to find out how they had approached the process, what elements they had used and how they had made theirs stand out.
As I was doing this, I kept a list of things that I wanted to include in my own signature and I made sure that every element that I used had a purpose and a place in my style. It was important that they all worked together and that they all expressed my personality as well.
In addition to this, I tried to make my signature as recognizable as possible so that it would not be easily forgeried. This helped me to feel confident and it was a great tool for helping me to sell my designs.
When it came to creating my signature, I also wanted to ensure that it was clear and easy to read. I also wanted it to look professional and stylish so that it would look good on my documents and for me to be able to use it anywhere I went.
Choosing the right font for my signature was very important. I chose a font that was simple yet had a bit of flair. It was also a font that was not too similar to other fonts so that it was easy to identify it.
The shape of my signature was also very important as I needed it to be symmetrical and to not have any gaps. I also wanted it to be legible and to have a good contrast between the letters.
Another key thing to consider when choosing a signature was the angle of it. The angle of the letters in your signature can indicate how serious or casual you are about what you’re doing. It can also show whether you’re a logical, analytical person or if you’re a spontaneous one.
After I had my signature decided, it was then time to start thinking about how I was going to put it into action. To do this, I took a few weeks to think about what I wanted to wear and how I wanted to look. I also purged my wardrobe of things that did not fit in with my new signature style so that I could only purchase garments that I knew would look good on me.