Thursday, 5 June 2014

STYLE ICON: Kate Foley


Honing your own unique personal style is pretty hard – with trends flying at you faster than tennis balls at Wimbledon it’s difficult to stick with just one. I can be found channelling ‘60s chic on Monday, Ghetto-tastic style mid-week and unintentional Grunge by the time Friday rolls around!

One person who knows a thing or two about this elusive ‘signature style’ we’re all supposed to have (but haven’t really got the knack of) is it-Brit fashion stylist Kate Foley. Kate has got her USP (unique style point) down to a tee, or a full midi-skirt!

I love her easy archetypal style of teaming a high-waisted skirt with a fashion-forward top, chic heels and a flash of red lipstick. It’s a ‘50s-inspired look for the modern-day gal.

After careful analysis of Foley’s look I think that the key to having a style that’s all your own is to not limit yourself too much. Find a silhouette that works for you and mix it up. Skinny jeans and a shirt your bag? Try out different fabrics and prints. Pencil skirt and crop top suit you? Get an array of mix ‘n’ match separates.



Here’s how you can inject a bit of 
Foley-fashion into your wardrobe.

4 comments:

Lauren said...

All of these outfits are gorgeous! I think we all panic that if we don't mix it up all the time, we're getting stuck in a rut. We have to all learn there's a difference between a rut and knowing what suits you! x

Abbie said...

Wow she is one classy lady <3 I am totally the same as you chopping and changing my look daily ha! My style all depends on my mood tbh! xx

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Sheree Milli said...

GLAD YOU LIKE THE POST LADIES. X

Martha said...

Love this! Makes me want to throw on a midi skirt and some red lippy :)
Martha xo
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