Style may be subjective, but whether you love it or hate it, the fact remains that it cannot be ignored. Since there is no definitive answer as to what is or is not stylish, acquiring and retaining an impeccable sense of style involves several components that encompass what the truly fashionable is. Nothing is more empowering that looking and feeling confident, and exceptional fashion is a great gateway to elevating your stock across the board. The sooner one recognizes the power of style, the sooner he or she can use it to their advantage. At the end of the day, how we present ourselves speaks volumes about us without saying a word. Find your personal sense of style, curate the fashion that best represents your true self, and then capitalize on the doors that open to you once all of these parameters are met.
Great Fashion Is Magnetic
When you walk into a room looking and feeling like a million bucks, everyone notices. Have you noticed? Power is an aphrodisiac, drawing people towards you and connecting you in ways that cannot always be communicated directly. When your outward appearance speaks volumes, it is impossible for anyone not to take note and inevitably gravitate towards you. Whether it is an impressive suit or a great accessory, elevating your sartorial game is one of the most creative ways to exude confidence that shines through and through. Nothing is ever set in stone when it comes to fashion, but there are ways to achieve the perfect representation of you through your own sense of style and seize the moment.
What is the importance of fashion?
A fashion student explained why fashion is so important: ‘Fashion is a constant presence in a person’s life. It is a daily task of choosing what clothing to put on your body for the day, and it is not only used to protect modesty, but it is used for self-expression’.
Jermell is known as a ‘Fashion Guru’ in the Turks and Caicos Islands, and has wowed us with a number of his creations during local shows, as a guest designer. He is the sort after fashion designer and fashion consultant. Jermell attended the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale Florida.
He traveled to Kingston Jamaica in 2014, where he was a contestant in the hit Reality TV show Mission Cat Walk, the Project Runway of the Caribbean. Here up and coming fashion designers from around the Caribbean compete to win. Mr. Williams was also a guest designer in 2014 at Harrisburg Fashion Week in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA. Jermell has done a number of fashion shows internationally and locally. He is persistent in following his dream of making fashion a staple in the Turks and Caicos Islands. He also facilitates his own Runway and Fashion workshops for aspiring models in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
You can follow him on Instagram: @caribbeanstylista
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