Discover A New Style | Tricia Chen

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Discovering new styles, figuring out the rules of fashion, accessorizing, expertise and tutorials, Tricia Chen has the best tips to answer any fashion question you may have. Can’t wait to explore her advice? Check out a little Q&A with this stunning fashionista!

What about discovering new styles to incorporate into your look and style?

New styles are always fun to try out and I always do give them a try, but as mentioned, I like pieces that can be worn in various outfits, in different ways. I also like to just subtly add in a new style instead of going 100% full-on, simply because it takes me time to warm up to things, too!

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Think about the 80/20 rule; if you get 80% of your impact from 20% of what you do, what is that 20% for you as it pertains to developing and expressing your personal style?

Knowing what compliments you and suits you is the no. 1 most important! Whenever I’m trying out a new trend, I always make sure I feel comfortable, I feel like myself, and I feel good and confident in it. If either of those feelings aren’t there, I skip the trend.

What style/fashion accessory is your favorite?

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Bracelets! Because you can look down at your arms anytime to see them (whereas you can’t see your necklaces/earrings as easily)

If you can/could consider yourself an expert in one

area of  new style/fashion, what would it be?

It would be knowing how to make sure my legs appear longer than they really are.  Because I have a long torso and short legs!

Can you give me a tutorial on how people can best incorporate that style/fashion advice in their life?

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I’m not a model or a movie star; I’m just a normal, average person, and I find it easiest to really incorporate styles from people like me because our lifestyles, body shapes etc would be more similar. I would say find someone who is perhaps in the same field/city/age/body type as you and learn from them!