A few weeks ago, I talked about how a top with unique style can add so much fun to your wardrobe. Today's top is one of my favourites because of its uniqueness. 

It has an unusual print and hemline and a combination of femininity and creativity that is just perfect for my style personality. It really feels like me!

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Another way you can make things feel more 'you' is with accessories. So, for example, what I do is wear a lot of solid colours, then add my touch with the accessories I wear. 

Remember, your clothes are so much more than a way to cover your body and not go out naked ;) Your clothes are there to allow you to have fun and express yourself, so make sure that whatever you are wearing not only represents you but makes you feel happy when you look in the mirror.  

I would love for you to take some time today to ask yourself, what do I want my style to be? Then I want you to describe what it currently is.

Sometimes it is a matter of adding more colour, new accessories, a pair of heels or even just a new red lipstick. Little changes to what you are doing today can create massive changes in the way you feel and look. And remember if you feel beautiful and confident all around you will start to change.

I am wearing: Top: Sass and Bide, Pants: Zara, Shoes: Colombia

Are you enjoying the OOTW? Please share with a friend that you know will enjoy it ;)

Have an amazing week! 

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Alba Gomez is an image and personal brand coach, keynote speaker, first impressions specialist and professional image consultant.

Born in Colombia and based in Australia, she travels nationally and internationally for speaking, executive coaching, consulting and training.

Alba works with individuals and small groups right through to large corporations. She brings her client’s image into line with their personal and professional roles, giving them the clarity and confidence to look and feel their best. Alba uses a unique, results-orientated approach, drawing on her 14 years of experience with systems and processes as an engineer.