Did you know that everyone has their own style personality and that everything you wear needs to be in harmony with who you are? To give you a better idea we've put together an overview of the different style personalities for women below. Think about these as archetypes, or even pantomime figures, and see who resonates with you.
The Dramatic or Diva
Striking, sophisticated, structured and asymmetric. Someone who oozes confidence and is not afraid of making an impact with bold pieces and accessories.
Celebrity examples: Cher, Tilda Swinton, Angelina Jolie, Paloma Picasso, Amy Winehouse, Lady Gaga and Adele.
Composed, sleek and elegant with a timeless, effortless and uncluttered wardrobe.
Celebrity examples: The Duchess of Cambridge, Kristen Scott Thomas, Princess Grace of Monaco, Michelle Dockery and Courteney Cox.
This is the Robin Hood figure or the outdoorsy wholesome type that keeps accessories and make-up simple and natural.
Celebrity examples: Sandra Bullock, Julia Roberts and Elle McPherson.
Ingenue and pretty: think sheer fabrics and feminine, delicate florals and detailing.
Celebrity examples: Lily James, Kylie Minogue, Amanda Seyfried, Nicole Kidman and Gwyneth Paltrow
Earthy and relaxed, creative and arty. Earthy, but glamorous at the same time.
Celebrity examples: Kate Winslet, Sophie Dahl and Julianne Moore.
Sporty, easy, natural but with some structure.
Celebrity examples: Meryl Streep, Princess Diana and Emma Thompson.
Feminine, pretty, glamorous and girly, but provocative at the same time.
Celebrity examples: Reese Witherspoon, Marilyn Monroe, Emilia Clarke and Scarlett Johanssen
Romantic, glamorous, regal and feminine.
Celebrity examples: Christina Hendricks, Elizabeth Taylor, Catherine Zeta Jones, Eva Mendes and Jennifer Lopez.
Theatrical, bold, individual, extravagant, exciting and sexy.
Celebrity examples: Penelope Cruz, the young Sophia Loren, Salma Hayek and Gloria Estefan.
Cute, sharp, neat and funky. Small scale, boyish, French 'urchin' or pixie.
Celebrity examples: Ellen deGeneres, Carey Mulligan, Judy Dench, Emma Watson and Audrey Hepburn.
There are subtle variations to all these archetypes and most people are a combination of at least two. Our very own Annie for instance is a mixture of Adventurer and Classic: the Huntswoman or Huntsman. While Manina is a Gamine, Rachel is a Dramatic and Ilka is a Dramatic and a Classic.