Five Ways to Find Your Signature Style or “Go To” Style Uniform

Five Ways to Find Your Signature Style or “Go To” Style Uniform

– Finding your go-to or signature style. (happy music) Hi, ladies! It’s Erin, and welcome back to my channel. For those of you that
might be new to my channel, hi, welcome. I do upload two new videos every week, every Wednesday and Friday mornings. So I hope you will hit
that Subscribe button so you get the notifications, and you don’t miss out on anything new. Okay, today I wanna talk about your go-to or signature style. Those two things are a
little bit different, but basically the same. And we’re talking about
the importance of it, what it is, how you find it, and I also wanted to
mention out of the gate that if you are finding
yourself struggling a little bit with your style, flailing, if you will, maybe you’ve had a life transition, maybe you’ve lost a lot of weight, maybe you’ve gained a lot of weight, maybe you’re pregnant, maybe
you just had your baby, and you’re not really
sure, you’re just lost. If you haven’t already watched
my style reboot series, I highly recommend that as a way to get your style back on track, to give you the road map to help you get your style back on track. I did them, eleven videos,
they’re all numbered, they’re in order, you should watch them in the order that they are numbered, and I really feel strongly
that that can help you, at least give you a plan. Second thing I wanted to
talk about, is the importance of a go-to or signature
style and what is it? Your go-to style is the outfit combination that you would turn to when
you are pressed for time, or not sure what to wear. And you know that you can walk
out the door feeling great, feeling confident, knowing that it fits and flatters your body,
knowing it makes you look good, knowing it makes you
look modern and youthful and sophisticated, all
the things that you want, and that it is also versatile, like it can go from running
errands during the day, to the dinner date you have that night, or a business lunch during the day, to a day with your husband
later that evening. So versatility with your go-to
look is also very important. So let’s talk about some
of the things that you need to think about when
identifying that go-to style. The first is your body type. (cheerful music) When somebody writes to me, and they say, “Erin, I cannot find
clothes that fit my body, I have a flat butt, I have a short torso, I have big boobs, I have
short legs, I have, you know, any medley or (speaks in foreign language) of specialty body type things,
then I always kind of say, you’re going to have to
have things tailored, because manufacturers,
designers, do not create clothing or garments for specialty body types, they just don’t. There
are some situations, like petites, you know,
there’s clothing lines for petites, tall, there are
clothing lines for tall women, but in most cases when you
have a specialty body type, you’re going to have to do
some tailoring to make it work. You also may need to have your go-to style be certain silhouettes. So, for example, if you
have a really round tummy, and then smaller legs, you
may want to wear tunic tops, or flowy-er tops with a jacket
over to kind of cinch in the middle or cheat the
waist, and then maybe a pair of skinny jeans to offset
the volume of the tunic. And that may be your uniform. So you may not be able to
deviate much from the uniform because of your body type. What I’m saying is, your
go-to style has to be based on your body type. What will
fit and flatter your body type? This could be endless videos
talking about body types and how to dress them, I have
done a zillion over the years. And I’m sure you can find them
if you type in the search box by the videos, also, if you
do have a tummy issue, you should watch my “20 Tips to
Help You Conceal Your Tummy” video, that one is a great
one, and I’ll put a link to that one below. I’ll also put a link to
that Style Reboot playlist so if you wanna go ahead and watch that, to kinda get things back on
track. That’ll be there too. So finding a go-to style
that definitely fits and flatters your specific body type. And again, if you’ve got
really broad shoulders, you’re gonna wanna wear something to soften the shoulders that
don’t exaggerate the shoulders, if you have really big
hips butt and thighs, and you wanna minimize
them, maybe you don’t, because that’s fine too,
but I’m just saying, if you do want to minimize them, you wanna have your uniform do something that will help you do that. So maybe it’s a boot
cut or straight leg jean instead of a skinny
jean. Or a wide leg jean instead of the skinny jean. And a blouse that hits to the hip length. You gotta figure out what that
is, what is going to best fit and flatter your body type. And if you’re not sure
what your body type is there’s this whole thing
where you can do math and you know take your
measurements and stuff, but the easiest thing to do,
is wear something really fitted or get naked and look in the
mirror and figure it out. If it all looks proportionate,
like your shoulders line up with your hips, your busts
kinda line up with your hips, and then your waist nips
in, that’s like hourglass. If your waist really nips
in. If your waist is more like mine, it’s kind of
straight up and down, and doesn’t nip in much, that’s
more of a rectangular shape. You know, if you’re carrying
your weight in the middle, that’s going to be a circle
shape or apple shape. You know if you’re bigger,
up here than you are below, that’s the inverted triangle shape and if it’s your hips butts
and legs that are bigger than your upper body, then that’s the traditional,
most common body type, the triangle or pear shape body. Once you know your body
type, once you know how to dress, you better
understand how to dress your body, then you can pick your go-to
or signature style based on your body type. When you’re picking that
signature or go-to style, it’s also important to
consider what your style is. (cheerful music) You don’t have to pigeon hole yourself, you don’t have to pick
a category and be like that’s me, I’m gonna stick to it, you can if you want to,
but you don’t have to. It’s important to understand,
like, you gotta roadmap in your brain. Do you know what I mean? Like the same way you might
write down your life goals, and you have a roadmap,
you have a five year plan or a ten-year plan. If
you don’t, you should! But your style is kinda the
same, so you wanna have an idea, a general idea of how you want to dress. It may change from day to
day, and it’s certainly going to evolve us because we
change as people dramatically. Our lifestyle changes, our age changes, maybe we change climates,
maybe we have babies, you know, whatever. So it’s
going to evolve and change, it doesn’t necessarily mean what was your signature
style ten years ago is going to be your signature style now, but I think it’s important
to identify it, now, when you are trying to
find what your go-to style is going to be. So whether that’s classic
clean lines, minimal details, or romantic, lots of lace and
ruffles and floral prints, or fashion forward, you’re a
risk taker, you like trends, you push the envelope,
or something like preppy, which is lots of polo shirts
and madras plaid and seersucker and ribbon belts, that kinda thing. Whatever your style type is,
maybe there’s a version of that that’s your very own unique
style, just having that in your head will help you so
much in identifying not just that go-to signature style,
but also how to dress on a day-to-day basis. So
it’s an important thing to understand anyway. (cheerful music) Another tool that can
help you in identifying that go-to style is to look in your closet and see what is it that
you have multiples of. So you know what I’m talking about, you have like six striped
shirts in your closet. Or, six black blazers in your
closet that you know like oh hey, my go-to style is a striped shirt, a black blazer, and skinny jeans and a cute pair of ballet flats. Maybe you have, you’re like me, and you’ve got like a
zillion white eyelet tops. Or, you’ve got, like a lot of turtlenecks and you’re like Diane Keaton, you’re always wearing a turtleneck. Those are the pieces you
should probably incorporate into that go-to look because that’s what you feel the best in, that’s
what you feel the prettiest in. That’s what you feel the most
comfortable and confident in. So, looking at those
pieces, the multiples, the ones that you have
a lot of in your closet, or you keep buying again
and again and again, that’s going to help you
so much in developing that signature go-to style. (cheerful music) The next thing I want to think
about is if you do wanna have a signature style, maybe you
have something that you wear all the time, like a pair
of statement earrings, that could be your signature, or Jackie O used to wear
the big oversized glasses, so maybe something like that
is your signature style. Or maybe you love chokers,
and that’s your signature. Maybe you love bodysuits
and that’s your signature. Maybe you always wear dresses
and that’s your signature, maybe it’s a huge top knot
like I’m sporting right now, that could be part of
your signature style. Just a little something that
you can always kinda throw in there that’s unique to you,
that becomes your signature. That’s kinda the fun, you
don’t have to do that, but I feel like that’s a fun
thing you can throw in there. I definitely have
signatures, but they vary, and I alternate between
some. So I would say, like the white blouse would be one, and then probably like a choker necklace, I love, I have several
that I love to wear, kind of on a regular daily basis, and then jackets, like I love jackets. Like I love to wear blazers,
I love to wear motor jackets, so I feel like that could
be considered my signature as well. (cheerful music) And the last thing to think
about, I say this all the time, when considering that go-to look, is does it make you happy? Do you feel cute in it?
Do you feel joyful in it? Do you feel confident in it?
Do you feel comfortable in it? It has to like, check all those boxes, and then, you’re gonna rock it. And so that’s the outfit,
and variations of that outfit that you turn to, that you
go to, on the, like I said, on those days where you
don’t have a lot of time to make that decision, you’re in a hurry, but you need to look good. Which, I think that happens to most of us at least once a week. So
I hope that helps you, just sort of think about
this a little bit more, in developing that a little bit more. It is sort of a general topic but I think it is a very specific goal,
and a specific target, and how you go about there, I
hope that those tips help you figure out a way, give you an easier way to go about figuring out what your go-to, signature style is. As
always, if you have questions, just comment below, let me
know what those questions are. Don’t forget about that
style reboot series if you haven’t already watched it all, I’ll put a link to that
below. I’ll put links to my signature style below
for you guys to take a look at. Some of the pieces that I
wear over and over and over and over again, I’ll
link those below as well. Thank you guys so much for watching! I hope that you will hit
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keep tabs on, on everything. Thanks again, you guys, for watching! And I will see ya next time! Bye (cheerful music) (cheerful music)

100 Replies to “Five Ways to Find Your Signature Style or “Go To” Style Uniform”

  1. Hi Erin great tips! Yes we sometimes are creatures of habit and have all these duplicates. Just shows how much we like them. I think in a signature style it could be a colour too. Like some only will wear black! You put so much work into your videos – thank you my dear xo

  2. Erin, love ❤️ your videos, you give me a lot to think about. Can monochromatic be a signature style. I do like a monochromatic combo as my go to outfit, because I feel like I’ve pull myself together that day.

  3. Erin you have really been knocking the content out of the park.

    Could you do a business casual (professional environment/no denim) lookbook or style guide for the fall? Also, maybe a “how to shop your closet” video? I have an extensive closet but struggle with what to wear. I am just bored with everything. Maybe a few pieces and how to remix them into multiple outfits?

  4. Love this…..ur tips make it easy to follow!!!! I love/enjoy ur channel u r such a beautiful inspiration to me n others!!!!!!
    I hav never been able to jus dress for my body shape for 1- last few yrs has taking everything- right now I may find $1 in change that’s all I hav 2- I use to b in a size 2 after having 4 kids I went size 3 w stomach flab but after getting six 2 yrs ago I went up to size 6 it looks good everywhere except for my stomach which looks like a hard basketball bc of where it’s located I hav a difficult time finding shorts/jeans to fit!!!! I prefer the Chic Casual Style (no dresses) but I’m having such hard time n not being able go n buy what may fit is even worse!!!! If u hav any tips especially for jeans/shorts plz share!!
    ( I hav went to mall n tried on high rise n shapewear but it really emphasizes the basketball tummy- low rise jeans jus makes it hang over) I’m so stuck!!!!!!!

  5. This was he. Six striped tops? Only 6? Haha. I have so many I don’t notice when my daughter borrowed one for Halloween. Those jeans make your legs look really long. Funny how we might want something because of how it looks on someone else but it won’t necessarily have the same impact on us, if that makes sense.

  6. 1) I HIGHLY recommend Erin’s Style Reboot Series if you’re struggling with your wardrobe or even if you’re not! There is so much info contained in these videos, they are worth watching over and over; 2) Get the checklists! I have these taped to my wall in my closet; keeps me focused to fill in the areas I NEED vs all the trendy items. These checklists are especially helpful during the Nordstrom sale when it’s sooooo easy to wander off…..;3) Use Erin as a resource!! I don’t know how many times I’ve asked her questions for things like what to wear on my winter vacation to my sons graduation to how to dress for my body type. She’s wonderful, full of answers and she responds in a timely manner.

    Erin, this video is so good, I wonder if you should add it to the Style Reboot Series? Love from MN 💕

  7. Great video, Erin! You are so sensible, real and your tips are easy to follow. You inspire. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  8. Hi Erin,
    I’m new to your channel and I’m thrilled to find it. It’s great to find someone that has such great content and I feel better seeing more age appropriate trends with flare 💋

  9. I think my go to is either a t-shirt or sleeveless turtleneck, a pair of flair leg jeans and a moto jacket with a scarf. I’ve been so happy flair leg jeans are back. Skinny jeans look terrible on my pear shape. They accentuate my large thighs 😳. Flair legs make me look taller and more lean.

  10. Think I know what I will be doing soon. Binge watching the style reboot series!! Lol Trying to get my act together but lately feel stagnant and that I am regressing in my wardrobe and bad shopping habits of buying things that don't work. Ugh. I also want to be more minimalist. I feel it would make dressing much more simple. Thanks for such useful info and tips that you make easy to understand and follow. 🙂

  11. I love this video. I need to find a flattering style. But I just love your makeup look. It is so flattering , natural and pretty!

  12. Erin loved this. My go to is jeans ,jackets and a great pair of shoes .love dresses in the summer. Just realized my signature piece is for sure the shoes. Xo

  13. Great tips! My teen daughter and I were just talking about finding her style. She's at an awkward phase and struggles sometimes. I'm going to use this video to point out some things to try and help her out.

  14. very helpful Dear Erin..thank you…when you said the romantic style…blouses and frills and flowers and prints…it hit me..yes it is me!….thank you…you are doing a wonderful job here for us on yutube….hug…Jana

  15. Really LOVED this. Ever since your style reboot videos, I’ve been defining and refining my signature style and not buying things that just sit in my closet. My signature accessory: Movado watches. 👍🏼💗 Great review! XOXO

  16. Hi Erin, I love, love, love the white blazer outfit your wearing in this video!!! Those Good American jeans with the heels make your legs look so darn long! Absolutely Gorgeous!
    I'm a Jeans and statement earing kind of girl, I love my high waisted jeans because I think they help my legs look longer with my5'3" short frame and with my super short hair I love to sport a great pair of statement earring.
    This video is full of such great advice you always deliver on what we ladies need to hear to be able to dress with confidence & style.
    Love you,

  17. Erin, great tips. I definitely struggle with this. Could you please tell me the info on the polka dotted maxi in this video?

  18. Erin, fabulous video, thank you! It makes complete sense, but somehow I did not know your go-to signature style starts with your body type. Of course! Thank you for sharing. Love too your Nordstrom video … I’ve never shopped the sale. This year will be my first. Your enthusiasm and great picks spurred me on!

  19. Vintage 70s make me happy! And go with my petite, long legged frame. Just bought a jumpsuit and Dr. Scholls high heeled sandals today:)

  20. Thank you for such helpful tips! Your videos is such a pleasure to watch! Will definitely watch the style reboot videos!

  21. Fun topic! My go to are dresses with my rectangular body type. Easy and looks pulled together at all times. Could you focus sometime on what to wear with skirts? I struggle with them and have so many in my closet that go unused. They often make me full cut in half, hippy, and frumpy so I avoid them but don't want to. Thanks.

  22. Hey Erin, I just wanted to let you know I finally purchase the Madewell V-neck tee you recommended a month or so ago. It is now my favorite tee 🙂 I used your link from when you recommended it. I hope you get credit for all my Nordy purchases because I went nuts this year. I'm going to order more tees today. Sadly, they are sold out of white, and they aren't part of the sale. It doesn't matter they are worth full price! Thanks for all your hard work! Have a great weekend! Congrats on 95,000 subbies!!!

  23. Erin, I LOVE this entire video. I have watched your Style videos and plan to binge watch them again. They are so helpful yet fun and real at the same time. I'm going to put together a blue jeans and white blazer/top go-to-look right away. I'm at work and can't wait to get home and put it together. Love your channel!

  24. Great video Erin !!! As always good tips and I love your channel !!! You are so helpful and beautiful girl 💕much love 💕 xoxo

  25. Hi Erin, I tried to subscribe to your newsletter but it gave me an error message saying that I'd made too many attempts however it was the first time I had tried. The massage said to try again in 5 minutes but it still didn't work. Any suggestions?

  26. This is why I continue to watch EVERY VIDEO you put out. I learn something new all the time!! Thank you! This was all great information!

  27. Erin, thank you for the focused direction! Can you also share where you found the closet staging shelf and bar…. it’s perfect !

  28. Yes! I embraced the loose top and skinny jeans a few years ago and it is the only thing that flatters my body type. I have a wider waist and skinny long legs. Flare jeans look terrible on me.

    This was so helpful! After watching this and looking in my closet I totally noticed signatures that I hadn’t realized before.

  29. Hi Erin!!! You just keep getting better and better. I used to always wear long loose tops, but your videos have tsught me that for me they make my legs look shorter. Also been busty…they wooukd hang like a tent. Beautiful girl , you have taught us so much. After reading the comments, I see a lot of us ladies have figured out what looks best on us because of YOU!!! 😙♥️🌺😁

  30. Hi Erin. I truly enjoy your content. I would really enjoy a video along the lines of '50 facts about me'. Getting to know you better would be awesome!

  31. I started watching your channel after the style reboot series came out, so I am watching them now and loving them.

  32. Great timing! I used to be so comfortable with clothes and shopping when I worked. Then I had kids, weight up and down. I've finally lost weight and went shopping and suddenly felt so unsure of everything. This was helpful.

  33. Anxious to watch your reboot series. I retired last April after 45 years wiring as a professional. I have had a real struggle the last year to develop my new style. One big challenge is when I shop I still gravitate to my professional style. I did find some jeans and casual pants. Now trying to find the tops.

  34. Erin, your content is always fantastic! I watch your videos because I want to be motivated to take it up a notch and you really do that for me! Thank you!

  35. I have been following you since you had under 10,000 followers and I am absolutely love watching all of your videos!!!!! 😍. I’ve noticed that your videos have more of a blurry background and I love it!! Please let me know what camera you have been using recently!!!

  36. You touched on a future tutorial idea. How to dress to emphasize your legs. A good set on legs come in all shapes and sizes.

  37. Ladies… The STYLE REBOOT Series really changed my life in so many ways! The 11 videos were over WAY too quickly for me because I learned so much! JUST GO WATCH if you haven't already!!! 💎😁❤️

  38. I just love your videos! You make it all sound so fun and easy. Lots of great information and I have to go check my closet. lol Many good tips – you look great 🙂 xo have a great weekend!

  39. I’m not sure if I have a signature style. But I do have a signature accessory. My daughter bought me a necklace years ago, and I wear it constantly. I have a whole lot of other jewelry but find myself always wearing that necklace.

  40. Thank you Erin as this is practical and obtainable advice…it would be great to see more in depth , your suggestions to looks and styles of outfits best suited for each body type. Or perhaps take one type of uniform, like jeans, blouse and jacket and apply to the silhouette best suited for each body type. How would someone best interpret looks they see on Instagram & Pinterest and make them realistically wearable for different body types? Somehow when I try to do this, it doesn’t always seem to look or feel as good as the picture would suggest. ❤️ your channel!

  41. I've been eyeballing that HB two tone bag for a while. Just saw it in your closet and I think it's beautiful! It is marked down right now also.

  42. You really give us style impared ladies hope, Erin! The way you break it down makes it sound so doable. Thanks! I am going to try and incorporate this (may be easier said than done but one can try!).

  43. Yep, put me in fruit basket because I'm all apple in shape 😝
    Fantastic video as always. Thank you for listing and talking about your other videos because it has prompted me to do some style homework this week. I'm honestly looking forward to watching the series. Thanks lovely! xo VEE

  44. Erin, I’m new to your channel! I love all your content! Just watched your style reboot series. Thank you for all the advice. I can’t wait to try incorporating all your tips and tricks! ✌️Arizona

  45. Love your channel b/c you educate in addition to giving examples of what you are actually talking about…

  46. Your vids have been showing up on my youtube feed quite a bit so I just subscribed as they are quite interesting. We are the same age and I watched the vids you did about aging. I get a lot of laughs when I tell friends this: most people lose weight in the face as they age, I've gained weight and my face looks fuller, so I don't have many wrinkles. Also genetically, I'm asian so I tend to get less sun damage even though I swim outdoors. And I didn't have kids so my body is different. I get compliments for looking 10 years younger and people don't believe that I'm in my 40s (in the dark I look late 20s). I know you work out and watch what you eat so you have a great shape! I should be more careful about what I eat and unfortunately I work long hours which offsets any workout at the gym…

    I am unusually big busted and petite, with a tummy issue (the apple shape but my mum and sis don't have this body shape – they're more typical chinese with small busts and small waists)! I wish I could find someone to tailor my clothes (my mum is relatively good but getting very old and has arthritis). Unfortunately I didn't inherit her talent for sewing and the ability to be able to see where to tailor. I have learned over the years, and as I gain weight, clothes that are more flattering. Pencil skirts work great for me but the problem is I like wearing flats and boat shoes/sneakers so I don't wear them much at work! I do like button down tops and blazers as they flatter bigger bust. I have nice legs and heels would work for me but i just can't wear them! Even kitten heels annoy me and feel uncomfortable. Unfortunately I also can't wear ballet flats as they are too flat and give me bunions (I had to stop wearing them at work!). I do find there are certain brands that I will gravitate towards as they will compliment me more because they might have clothes for shorter people like me or clothes with generous bust.

    My signature does change from time to time. I go through periods when I am really into something, like I love dresses in summer because I don't suit wearing skirts. I like blazers because they are more flattering on big bust (not double breasted though). And you're right – confidence and comfortability really enhances the look. I have not been able to find suitable work pants – all my suit pants look awful on me as they just point out the lack of waist and tummy whilst the skirts work. I only ever wear a suit when meeting with clients. It's winter in Australia now so I've taken to wearing black jeans with tailored shirts as I'm not required to be in a suit all the time at work. In previous years, I've gone through phases of dresses and skirts in tights for winter.

  47. Love the variety of jeans as well, your outfits don't look like "go to's" although they are basic they look modern and trendy. Some people wear the same "uniform" and it looks like the "uniform"…yours do not look like the "uniform", which is great!

  48. Your videos are so helpful and well thought out! I struggle with my signature style because I am currently a stay at home mom and the clothes that I am drawn to are things like skinny jeans with heels and a silk cami and blazer. That is what I reach for for date night, etc. I struggle with what to wear during my day to day life.

  49. My go-to style is tee shirt and jeans. I love the look of blazers, but they don't look right on me so I optfor a cardigan instead. There are so many beautiful clothes and shoes I'm attracted to, but when I try them on I don't look feel like myself:( I literally feel like I'm in someone else's clothes. I have a hard-to-fit foot and have difficulty walking in heels. Am I doomed to be a "fashion tomboy" forever??

  50. Your advice is so useful, your style is so modern yet elegant, wearable and versatile, I wish I could find an Australian equivalent of you!!!! Because I want to buy just about everything you recommend, but it’s not easy given that I live in Australia. Absolutely loving your videos and hope you will continue to make them. The content is just superb, by a long shot, compared to others I’ve tried to find (on style- and there is a lot out there!). Thank you! You have class and style – something I’m looking to add to my every day, though it comes to some people easier than others!

  51. AAhhh Erin….I just love ya girl ! have the thick waist and it is VERY difficult to find anything that looks what I consider great, comfortable & in style! I either have my clothes kind of just hanging on me or I'm pulling and tugging all the time. Getting ready to watch some of your videos, I hope they help~

  52. Hi Erin – thank you for the inspiration! We love your fun channel! We really admire your comfortability on camera and how engaged your community is. We are just getting started on YouTube…aiming to inspire women over 40 to stay active with mini-Pilates workouts to do daily. We would love any advice you could give us to help us increase our engagement so we can spread our word. We look forward to following you and being a part of your community! XO Amy & Rachel

  53. Hi Erin just came across your channel recently think your a really honest and beautiful girl you have a lovely attitude and I looked at your own style on instagram I really love your style,Even though I’m a lot older than you 57 but I still like to dress like you and have blonde hair could you tell me what style of clothes would suit me as I’m an inverted triangle I think as I have a large bust round tummy broader hips small round shoulders and very skinny legs and ankles and I’m 5 ft 4 inches tall would appreciate your advice.Sorry to ask as I know your a very busy lady and probably have to many subscribers to reply to but just thought I’d try anyway thanks for your lovely videos and sharing with us take care lv jan ❤️🍀💐👄😘👜👗👠👚🛍

  54. Hooked on your channel 💕This is were I am struggling as I work backstage so I dress to work and mostly in black and in movable fabrics which are not always flattering and it gets hot working so I have to wear layers but I would like to dress completely different in normal live but I do 8 shows a week so on my time off I just chill……😩👠👗(when I go luxury shopping I kinda look like a poor teenager rather than a grown woman! 💕)

  55. I have watched so many body type videos and the closest I come too is an O or some call an apple. I have large breasts, a large middle and large hips. I am a size 16. I also have large thighs and knees and then the lower part of my leg is very slim. I look like a huge circle on two matchsticks. Unfortunately, I can't help it due to health issues and the inability to do any sort of exercise. What shape am I? How does one like me dress, much less find a style. Also, I am almost 70.

  56. Can you make more videos about the different styles and how to mix and match.. I think my style is edgy but also romantic sometimes but always polished. I just get confused about choosing outfit sometimes cause I like the idea of some outfits but I don’t know if it’s “me” if they match my style.

  57. Erin, I’m a new subscriber. I love your approachable and relatable take on styling. I’m thrilled I’ve found you. Thank you so much.

  58. I lost 120lbs. I DO NOT know how to dress my new body. I need to figure out how to accentuate some things, but hide all the extra skin. Any suggestions?

  59. Busbee, I love you channel! I have been to a few of those online personal shoppers sites and when trying to select my style; their options aren't on point. They could really use your help! Or…start you own for 40ish and over; I'm just saying…let me know where to sign up. Keep them coming!

  60. I love you girl. I will be 58 this June. I have alwaz had an edge and a signature color or print. Its leopard,Red and pink. No matter what I am wearing I will also incorporate these items. When I get gifts it is sooo me. That's my fashion signature. I am like a camilion also.

  61. I need to tell you how helpful your channel has been for me. I lost 75lbs this year and completely revamped my style to what I have always wanted. Your advice and look books have been so helpful in my journey. Thank you for being so dedicated to your YT community.

  62. I LOVE everything you wear and you are my inspiration! I just have to adjust to my body type, but I get my outfit ideas from your videos 😊

  63. Thank you for this talk, very realistic. Sometimes I’m all body types lol it’s a menopause thing. Love you Erin 💕

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