The Art of Breaking the Rules

Posted by Jill Chivers in Fashion, Style and Shopping, Videos

Style rules are meant to be broken, and some of the best dressed women in the world, certainly some of the most interestingly and authentically dressed women in the world, dress to the beat of their own drum.

They don’t follow a formula.

They don’t dress according to a dogma.

They break all kinds of style rules.

And yet they look fabulous.  They are intriguing, fascinating, gorgeous.

In this video, Imogen Lamport of Inside Out Style Blog and I discuss breaking style rules masterfully.

When we don’t follow a formula and break the rules, we have the opportunity to open into a new space of style – one that is wholly defined and created by us.

Personal style is not created by prescription and I hope this video inspires you to consider what style rules you want to break – and to do so masterfully, authentically, and stylishly!

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    2 Responses to “The Art of Breaking the Rules”

    1. Blaine P. Barrett says:

      Dressing for work used to be pretty easy: a suit and tie for men, and a skirt suit or pantsuit for women. Then came casual Fridays and ” Hawaiian shirt day .” Today’s business-casual workplace (where, according to Gallup, just 6 percent of American men bother to wear a necktie) would seem to be a world without rules.

      • Jill Chivers says:

        It’s interesting Blaine, isn’t it? I like to think that you can still have standards, even if you aren’t following the rules.

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