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How to Find Your Personal Style | Estée Lalonde

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, February 9, 2016
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  • LegitLemonade

     3 years ago

    Having money would really help in finding my style.

  • RolletjeTape

     20 days ago

    Hmm not sure, it could help a little but it depents on what style your aiming for. If we look at some awesome rockstars (and Im talking about the members of the Rolling Stones, Queen, etc) had 0 coin in their youth but still looked awesome during the 70s. It's because they have charisma, a strong attitude and flair. Thats not for sale!

  • eva heungens

     1 months ago

    Ugh me too

  • deerclaudia

     2 years ago

    So glad that someone finally mentions "Trend doesn't mean Style". Many youtubers don't really have a style, instead, they follow every single the trend.

  • Ms Bond

     3 years ago

    Your sweater you are wearing looks very very cozy - it reminds me of a nice bowl of oatmeal.

  • Ms Bond

     3 years ago

    +Estée Lalonde well, it looks yummy - you are the brown sugar and honey on top  : ))

  • Elizabeth Medina

     3 years ago

    "If you feel good in it, you'll look good in it." Estée Lalonde, 2016

  • Krist Soup

     3 years ago

    I loved this video series idea Estee! Can you do a video on "Finding Your Signature Scent?" :)

  • Xia V

     2 years ago

    Krist Soup ooommmgggg kristttt 😆😆😆😆 ahhh I love ur videos so much 😍😍😍

  • Alejandra Lemus

     3 years ago

    I'm 16 and I am currently going thru that stage of "let's try every single style"... So thanks! I'm really looking forward for this series😄

  • Laura

     3 years ago

    Trends also don't flatter everyone and different body shapes

  • Maleficent

     3 years ago

    +Laura That's true but sometimes it's a matter of style and fit. I could never find a romper that would fit me properly because they usually fit best on tall, skinny girls but I was eventually able to find a romper that did suit me and it was actually my sister that pointed it out to me. Sometimes it's a matter of trial-and-error.

  • Norma Martinez

     3 years ago

    I think this video needed more "affordable" options, I say that very loosely. For example when you mentioned the leather jacket and jeans, maybe it would have been help if you said another brand that has quality jeans for less than $260 for example Lucky Brand jeans. Their jeans go for $100 which is still a high ticket item but more reasonable and within reach for some people. I say this with a lot of love. Other than that this video was well done, great tips.

  • Michelle Booth

     3 years ago

    I am constantly on a quest to find the perfect white t shirt. Does anyone know of any amazing, high-quality t shirts that AREN'T SEE-THROUGH??? Your input would be much appreciated. :)

  • twistedxvengeance

     4 months ago

    Me too girl I have yet to find one that isn't see through and flatters my curvy body without bunching or clinging or making me into a box 😑

  • 5BabyAlien5

     3 years ago

    I always hear people say that their cheap clothes are falling apart after a while, what the hell do you do to your clothes? That never happened to me

  • Brittany G

     2 months ago

    Agreed. I just gave away several things i got from H&M about 5 years ago because they were still in great condition i was just tired of them 🤷🏻‍♂️

  • Phương Linh Trần Lê

     3 months ago

    Dorte Laursen my clothes aren’t even H&M or Forever21 lol. Those brands in my country are midend, aka expensive as hell to normal people. We mostly wear clothes from market, supermarket, local brands,...which are all much cheaper and most are in worse quality than H&M. But my no-brand jeans, my no-brand tees, my no-brand skirts,...have stayed with me perfectly for over 5 years