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It's a new era in fashion - there are no rules. It's all about the individual and personal style, wearing high-end, low-end, classic labels, and up-and-coming designers all together. - Alexander McQueen

A person's personal style is roughly equivalent to his or her fashion sense. Some people are highly conscious of their personal style, which may be detailed and planned out, including certain brands, patterns, and designers. Other people simply have an emergent personal style, which they may not be able to articulate, but which they subconsciously use to select clothing. A person's sense of style is often related to his or her social groups, interests, and age, and often to other individual factors as well.
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Christine Cameron

So, there are a few fun things about this outfit. First, does anyone recognize this 'shirt' that is under the dress and vest? Well, over the summer, I wore it here, here and here. I also wore these knee socks here. The other great part of this outfit...

Hat: H&M Shirt/Romper: F21 Dress: Steve Madden Vest: F21 Belt: Thrifted from 20Twenty in Ballard Socks: H&M Shoes: Indigo for Clarks Necklace: ...


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Christine Cameron

Necklace: H&M Shirt: Anne Klein, thrifted from Beacon???????s Closet Dress: Steve Madden Belt: Thrifted from 20Twenty in Ballard, WA Skirt: F21 ...


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Christine Cameron

So, there are a few fun things about this outfit. First, does anyone recognize this 'shirt' that is under the dress and vest? Well, over the summer, I wore it here, here and here. I also wore these knee socks here. The other great part of this outfit...

Hat: H&M Shirt/Romper: F21 Dress: Steve Madden Vest: F21 Belt: Thrifted from 20Twenty in Ballard Socks: H&M Shoes: Indigo for Clarks Necklace: ...


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Christine Cameron

So, there are a few fun things about this outfit. First, does anyone recognize this 'shirt' that is under the dress and vest? Well, over the summer, I wore it here, here and here. I also wore these knee socks here. The other great part of this outfit...

Hat: H&M Shirt/Romper: F21 Dress: Steve Madden Vest: F21 Belt: Thrifted from 20Twenty in Ballard Socks: H&M Shoes: Indigo for Clarks Necklace: ...


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Christine Cameron

rocking the mustard tights....

Necklace: H&M Shirt: Anne Klein, thrifted from Beacon???????s Closet Dress: Steve Madden Belt: Thrifted from 20Twenty in Ballard, WA Skirt: F21 ...


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Christine Cameron

This fun, shiny, sequiny Shine Fever Capelet is from ModCloth and I have been waiting for a special occasion to wear it. It's actually a vest with a removable capelet, which is super cute with jeans, but for tonight, I wanted to be a bit more glam....

Necklace: H&M Top: Shine Fever Capelet Dress: Steve Madden Tights: ? Shoes: Jenni Kayne...


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Christine Cameron

This fun, shiny, sequiny Shine Fever Capelet is from ModCloth and I have been waiting for a special occasion to wear it. It's actually a vest with a removable capelet, which is super cute with jeans, but for tonight, I wanted to be a bit more glam....

Necklace: H&M Top: Shine Fever Capelet Dress: Steve Madden Tights: ? Shoes: Jenni Kayne...


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Christine Cameron

This outfit was inspired by the lovely Garance Dore's take on the denim shirt. In the near future, I definitely plan on tucking it in or tying it around my waist, but for now, I decided to layer it over the black dress and belt it. And, in order to a...

Hat: H&M Shirt: Stolen from my Dad's closet Dress: Steve Madden Necklace: Courtesy of Necklush, gifted at the Weardrobe Conference Tights: ? Belt...


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Christine Cameron

Necklace: H&M Shirt: Anne Klein, thrifted from Beacon???????s Closet Dress: Steve Madden Belt: Thrifted from 20Twenty in Ballard, WA Skirt: F21 ...


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Christine Cameron

This outfit was inspired by the lovely Garance Dore's take on the denim shirt. In the near future, I definitely plan on tucking it in or tying it around my waist, but for now, I decided to layer it over the black dress and belt it. And, in order to a...

Hat: H&M Shirt: Stolen from my Dad's closet Dress: Steve Madden Necklace: Courtesy of Necklush, gifted at the Weardrobe Conference Tights: ? Belt...


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Christine Cameron

This outfit was inspired by the lovely Garance Dore's take on the denim shirt. In the near future, I definitely plan on tucking it in or tying it around my waist, but for now, I decided to layer it over the black dress and belt it. And, in order to a...

Hat: H&M Shirt: Stolen from my Dad's closet Dress: Steve Madden Necklace: Courtesy of Necklush, gifted at the Weardrobe Conference Tights: ? Belt...


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Christine Cameron

This outfit grew entirely from the new bow tie I picked up the other day from Buffalo Exchange in Ballard. It was $4 and I love it. I played off of it and created a sort of Chorus Line/circus/magician/Britney Spears-ish look, all mashed together. Any...

Hat: H&M Blazer: H&M Dress: Steve Madden Bow Tie: Thrifted from Beacon's Closet Tights: ? Shoes: Jenni Kayne Gloves: H&M...


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Christine Cameron

This outfit grew entirely from the new bow tie I picked up the other day from Buffalo Exchange in Ballard. It was $4 and I love it. I played off of it and created a sort of Chorus Line/circus/magician/Britney Spears-ish look, all mashed together. Any...

Hat: H&M Blazer: H&M Dress: Steve Madden Bow Tie: Thrifted from Beacon's Closet Tights: ? Shoes: Jenni Kayne Gloves: H&M...


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Christine Cameron

This outfit grew entirely from the new bow tie I picked up the other day from Buffalo Exchange in Ballard. It was $4 and I love it. I played off of it and created a sort of Chorus Line/circus/magician/Britney Spears-ish look, all mashed together. Any...

Hat: H&M Blazer: H&M Dress: Steve Madden Bow Tie: Thrifted from Beacon's Closet Tights: ? Shoes: Jenni Kayne Gloves: H&M...


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Christine Cameron

We ran around all day long, seeing friends and family, so there were times when it was appropriate to be a little more dressed up, sans the studded blazer from ModCloth, and other times when I could be a bit more funky and show off my metal. Either w...

A Stud-y in Chic Blazer: Courtesy of ModCloth Dress: Steve Madden Tights: Urban Outfitters Shoes: Jenni Kayne Bracelet: My Mom???????s...


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What people have said about New York, New York
You definitely want to avoid the tourist look. You know, the souvenir hats, I heart NY shirts, not a good look in NY. New York is one of the most fashionable places in the world. Fashionable, designer clothes are what catch attention. You do want to still be comfy strolling around, but be creative with it. Think of where you want to go and what the weather is supposed to be like. For example, winter time, you want to wear a long coat. It gets real cold but there are a ton of fashionable coats to cover your tourist look underneath. Comfortable shoes are a must! Big Apple is called that for a reason, it's big! You have so many places you want to go and see so good foot wear is important.
There isn't exactly a specific style to dress in the Big Apple. Be funky, sleek, or just cute with your look. Be creative. You want to stand out, but in a good way.
You don't have to wear black to be sleek and stylish. Mostly businessmen and women tend to wear a lot of black, because it just works for them. You don't want to look like you are going to an important meeting. There are tons of stores in NY. Pick your store or even a few and put your own thing together.
5th ave is one the best places to go to shop. Designer clothes are highly looked upon. To name a few places that have amazingly cute clothes Juicy Couture, Gucci, Burberry, Coach, and so many more. Although black isn't always the way to go, darker colors are the most sophisticated. Light colors aren't recommended for the fancy look. You want to avoid the flip flops in the city. You may be a tourist, but you don't want to look like one. As many as there are everyday, you are sure to be stepped on, so toss the flip flops and shop for comfy shoes.