Fashion is perhaps one of the first things many of us think of when we think of style. And for good reason—it can be an evocative expression of who we are and how we want other people to read or interpret us.
But it’s limiting to think that the only way we can express our style is through clothes and accessories. There are many other conduits for unleashing our unique spirits. Style = passion, always, whatever the passion may be.
We were thrilled to get a letter from Monica Lee, a delightful artist who has recently put her Style Statement to work on decluttering her home, strengthening her sense of identity, and conceptualizing how she wants to present her brand and portfolio.
Monica wrote about her Style Statement experience on her blog.
If you’re finding yourself too constrained in your interpretation of your Style Statement – perhaps associating it solely with aesthetic choices – check out Monica’s example. And remember, use your Style Statement to activate your true passions, your true longings.