If you find a look that works for you, stick to it. I'm at my most comfortable in jeans and a blazer, and I'm not afraid of wearing different cuts of denim. I love skinny jeans but I'm feeling a flare at the moment - I'm really liking a wide leg. The pencil skirt is one of the most useful items to have in your wardrobe as it's always saucy (especially in black) and seems to work for almost everyone.
Look to the past
I really love the late 1960s and 1970s, around the time of the Rolling Stones. I don't channel it in everything I wear, but it does seem to feed through most outfits. The late part of the 1960s was an exciting time, with lots of changes in the fashion industry. It's important to have some inspiration or a reference point when you're dressing.
Be prepared to suffer
Dress for your mood
Most of the time I dress depending on my mood. I just throw on whatever I feel like wearing at the time, which tends to come from the palette of black, grey or red. If I'm having an off day, I'll wear full black.
Work your style
It's often only other people who notice you have a signature style. I don't think I've got one, though other people tell me I do. But it doesn't matter; even if you do tend to wear the same things all the time, it's how you wear them and your attitude that counts. Dressing is like modelling - you can constantly adapt and change.
The finishing touches
It's important to accessorise and I always turn to the scarves, hats and sunglasses in my wardrobe. But wearing too many accessories at once can look very bad. I always have a pair of Ray-Bans in my bag and lots of pairs at home because they seem to go missing. They're a real staple. And jewellery? I don't think you can ever have too much.
Source: Telegraph UK