Recreate Her Style: Zoe Kravitz

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When I work with my clients to identify, develop or define their personal style I ask them to send me photos of the people whose style they admire. Together we get into what exactly they like about that persons' style. Is it the way they combine and wear colour? Is it the clean minimal aesthetic? Is it the overall energy or attitude of that person?

I take a forensic approach to analysing the style of the world's most stylish people in this way. And the result is that I give my clients a clear roadmap to achieving that style, or adapting that style to their own lifestyle, shape and budget.

Let's look at the style of Zoe Kravitz and break it down. She never fails to look effortlessly cool, completely comfortable in her own skin and super stylish. If we look at the architecture of her outfits, there's a pattern that emerges whether she's going for a stroll in her neighbourhood, or attending a red carpet event. And it consists of three elements: Chill - Modern - Classic.

In every outfit there is always something chill, something modern and something classic. Take, for example, her outfit where she's wearing a t-shirt over a negligée-style dress. The basic white t-shirt is as chill and casual as you can get. The black lace-trimmed slip dress underneath brings an unexpected and very modern element, and her Gucci loafers are as classic as they come. Together the whole outfit looks incredibly cool on her.

And what about her outfit where she's wearing a bowling shirt with lavender jeans? The jeans, the white vest and the bowling shirt are all chill. Casual. The bowling shirt is modern in the unexpected vibrancy of the print, the slightly masculine silhouette and styling (worn open). The jeans are also modern in their relaxed silhouette (you won't find her in skinnies) and unusual colour. She brings the classic element with her loafers, which ground the whole look.

So if you like her style, think about those three elements when you put your outfits together. Is there something chill? Something modern? Something classic? 

If you like someone's style, or you see outfits you like on social media, online or in real life but don't know where to start - click the button below to contact me and enquire about how I can help you.

“Fashion has to reflect who you are, what you feel at the moment, where you’re going.” -Pharrell Williams. 
There's three truths in this quote. 

1. What you wear should reflect who you are. It's an outward expression of who you are inside. And expressing that in an authentic way through your outfits choices is a very powerful way to feel comfortable in your own skin.

2. What you wear also has a direct impact on how you feel. Studies have proven this is absolutely true. When you dress in clothes that make you look good, you feel good. Dressing in a more polished way makes you more productive. 

3. What you wear impacts how you are perceived by others. Dress for the job you want. The person you are becoming. If you feel it so will the people around you, and that's half the battle to achieving it.

What you wear absolutely makes a difference. #suzannedelahuntystylist
“Fashion has to reflect who you are, what you feel at the moment, where you’re going.” -Pharrell Williams. There's three truths in this quote.  1. What you wear should reflect who you are. It's an outward expression of who you are inside. And expressing that in an authentic way through your outfits choices is a very powerful way to feel comfortable in your own skin. 2. What you wear also has a direct impact on how you feel. Studies have proven this is absolutely true. When you dress in clothes that make you look good, you feel good. Dressing in a more polished way makes you more productive.  3. What you wear impacts how you are perceived by others. Dress for the job you want. The person you are becoming. If you feel it so will the people around you, and that's half the battle to achieving it. What you wear absolutely makes a difference. #suzannedelahuntystylist
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The Pantone colour for 2022 is the purpley-blue hue, Very Peri. Also released in the Pantone colour trend forecast were some other gorgeous tones. If you want to inject colour into your wardrobe choose the ones that make you feel your best, suit your skin tone and create a complimentary colour palette for your outfits. 

This years colours for Spring/Summer include:

Slide 1: Very Peri. Great to express your creativity and intuitiveness. 

Slide 2: Fragile Sprout. Fresh and modern. 

Slide 3: Bubblegum. Feminine, fun and inviting. 

Slide 4: Sudan Brown. Earthy and chic at the same time. 

Slide 4: Popcorn. A light yellow that will be perfect for summer outfits. 

Slide 5: Potpourri. A subtle pink that could be worn as a neutral. 

Slide 6: Orchid Bloom. A cool lavender colour that looks gorgeous with dark brown. 

Slide 7: Perfectly Pale. Perfect for outerwear. 

Slide 8: Northern Droplet. Neutral perfect for cooler skin tones. 

#suzannedelahuntystylist
The Pantone colour for 2022 is the purpley-blue hue, Very Peri. Also released in the Pantone colour trend forecast were some other gorgeous tones. If you want to inject colour into your wardrobe choose the ones that make you feel your best, suit your skin tone and create a complimentary colour palette for your outfits. 

This years colours for Spring/Summer include:

Slide 1: Very Peri. Great to express your creativity and intuitiveness. 

Slide 2: Fragile Sprout. Fresh and modern. 

Slide 3: Bubblegum. Feminine, fun and inviting. 

Slide 4: Sudan Brown. Earthy and chic at the same time. 

Slide 4: Popcorn. A light yellow that will be perfect for summer outfits. 

Slide 5: Potpourri. A subtle pink that could be worn as a neutral. 

Slide 6: Orchid Bloom. A cool lavender colour that looks gorgeous with dark brown. 

Slide 7: Perfectly Pale. Perfect for outerwear. 

Slide 8: Northern Droplet. Neutral perfect for cooler skin tones. 

#suzannedelahuntystylist
The Pantone colour for 2022 is the purpley-blue hue, Very Peri. Also released in the Pantone colour trend forecast were some other gorgeous tones. If you want to inject colour into your wardrobe choose the ones that make you feel your best, suit your skin tone and create a complimentary colour palette for your outfits. 

This years colours for Spring/Summer include:

Slide 1: Very Peri. Great to express your creativity and intuitiveness. 

Slide 2: Fragile Sprout. Fresh and modern. 

Slide 3: Bubblegum. Feminine, fun and inviting. 

Slide 4: Sudan Brown. Earthy and chic at the same time. 

Slide 4: Popcorn. A light yellow that will be perfect for summer outfits. 

Slide 5: Potpourri. A subtle pink that could be worn as a neutral. 

Slide 6: Orchid Bloom. A cool lavender colour that looks gorgeous with dark brown. 

Slide 7: Perfectly Pale. Perfect for outerwear. 

Slide 8: Northern Droplet. Neutral perfect for cooler skin tones. 

#suzannedelahuntystylist
The Pantone colour for 2022 is the purpley-blue hue, Very Peri. Also released in the Pantone colour trend forecast were some other gorgeous tones. If you want to inject colour into your wardrobe choose the ones that make you feel your best, suit your skin tone and create a complimentary colour palette for your outfits. 

This years colours for Spring/Summer include:

Slide 1: Very Peri. Great to express your creativity and intuitiveness. 

Slide 2: Fragile Sprout. Fresh and modern. 

Slide 3: Bubblegum. Feminine, fun and inviting. 

Slide 4: Sudan Brown. Earthy and chic at the same time. 

Slide 4: Popcorn. A light yellow that will be perfect for summer outfits. 

Slide 5: Potpourri. A subtle pink that could be worn as a neutral. 

Slide 6: Orchid Bloom. A cool lavender colour that looks gorgeous with dark brown. 

Slide 7: Perfectly Pale. Perfect for outerwear. 

Slide 8: Northern Droplet. Neutral perfect for cooler skin tones. 

#suzannedelahuntystylist
The Pantone colour for 2022 is the purpley-blue hue, Very Peri. Also released in the Pantone colour trend forecast were some other gorgeous tones. If you want to inject colour into your wardrobe choose the ones that make you feel your best, suit your skin tone and create a complimentary colour palette for your outfits. 

This years colours for Spring/Summer include:

Slide 1: Very Peri. Great to express your creativity and intuitiveness. 

Slide 2: Fragile Sprout. Fresh and modern. 

Slide 3: Bubblegum. Feminine, fun and inviting. 

Slide 4: Sudan Brown. Earthy and chic at the same time. 

Slide 4: Popcorn. A light yellow that will be perfect for summer outfits. 

Slide 5: Potpourri. A subtle pink that could be worn as a neutral. 

Slide 6: Orchid Bloom. A cool lavender colour that looks gorgeous with dark brown. 

Slide 7: Perfectly Pale. Perfect for outerwear. 

Slide 8: Northern Droplet. Neutral perfect for cooler skin tones. 

#suzannedelahuntystylist
The Pantone colour for 2022 is the purpley-blue hue, Very Peri. Also released in the Pantone colour trend forecast were some other gorgeous tones. If you want to inject colour into your wardrobe choose the ones that make you feel your best, suit your skin tone and create a complimentary colour palette for your outfits. 

This years colours for Spring/Summer include:

Slide 1: Very Peri. Great to express your creativity and intuitiveness. 

Slide 2: Fragile Sprout. Fresh and modern. 

Slide 3: Bubblegum. Feminine, fun and inviting. 

Slide 4: Sudan Brown. Earthy and chic at the same time. 

Slide 4: Popcorn. A light yellow that will be perfect for summer outfits. 

Slide 5: Potpourri. A subtle pink that could be worn as a neutral. 

Slide 6: Orchid Bloom. A cool lavender colour that looks gorgeous with dark brown. 

Slide 7: Perfectly Pale. Perfect for outerwear. 

Slide 8: Northern Droplet. Neutral perfect for cooler skin tones. 

#suzannedelahuntystylist
The Pantone colour for 2022 is the purpley-blue hue, Very Peri. Also released in the Pantone colour trend forecast were some other gorgeous tones. If you want to inject colour into your wardrobe choose the ones that make you feel your best, suit your skin tone and create a complimentary colour palette for your outfits. 

This years colours for Spring/Summer include:

Slide 1: Very Peri. Great to express your creativity and intuitiveness. 

Slide 2: Fragile Sprout. Fresh and modern. 

Slide 3: Bubblegum. Feminine, fun and inviting. 

Slide 4: Sudan Brown. Earthy and chic at the same time. 

Slide 4: Popcorn. A light yellow that will be perfect for summer outfits. 

Slide 5: Potpourri. A subtle pink that could be worn as a neutral. 

Slide 6: Orchid Bloom. A cool lavender colour that looks gorgeous with dark brown. 

Slide 7: Perfectly Pale. Perfect for outerwear. 

Slide 8: Northern Droplet. Neutral perfect for cooler skin tones. 

#suzannedelahuntystylist
The Pantone colour for 2022 is the purpley-blue hue, Very Peri. Also released in the Pantone colour trend forecast were some other gorgeous tones. If you want to inject colour into your wardrobe choose the ones that make you feel your best, suit your skin tone and create a complimentary colour palette for your outfits. 

This years colours for Spring/Summer include:

Slide 1: Very Peri. Great to express your creativity and intuitiveness. 

Slide 2: Fragile Sprout. Fresh and modern. 

Slide 3: Bubblegum. Feminine, fun and inviting. 

Slide 4: Sudan Brown. Earthy and chic at the same time. 

Slide 4: Popcorn. A light yellow that will be perfect for summer outfits. 

Slide 5: Potpourri. A subtle pink that could be worn as a neutral. 

Slide 6: Orchid Bloom. A cool lavender colour that looks gorgeous with dark brown. 

Slide 7: Perfectly Pale. Perfect for outerwear. 

Slide 8: Northern Droplet. Neutral perfect for cooler skin tones. 

#suzannedelahuntystylist
The Pantone colour for 2022 is the purpley-blue hue, Very Peri. Also released in the Pantone colour trend forecast were some other gorgeous tones. If you want to inject colour into your wardrobe choose the ones that make you feel your best, suit your skin tone and create a complimentary colour palette for your outfits. 

This years colours for Spring/Summer include:

Slide 1: Very Peri. Great to express your creativity and intuitiveness. 

Slide 2: Fragile Sprout. Fresh and modern. 

Slide 3: Bubblegum. Feminine, fun and inviting. 

Slide 4: Sudan Brown. Earthy and chic at the same time. 

Slide 4: Popcorn. A light yellow that will be perfect for summer outfits. 

Slide 5: Potpourri. A subtle pink that could be worn as a neutral. 

Slide 6: Orchid Bloom. A cool lavender colour that looks gorgeous with dark brown. 

Slide 7: Perfectly Pale. Perfect for outerwear. 

Slide 8: Northern Droplet. Neutral perfect for cooler skin tones. 

#suzannedelahuntystylist
The Pantone colour for 2022 is the purpley-blue hue, Very Peri. Also released in the Pantone colour trend forecast were some other gorgeous tones. If you want to inject colour into your wardrobe choose the ones that make you feel your best, suit your skin tone and create a complimentary colour palette for your outfits. This years colours for Spring/Summer include: Slide 1: Very Peri. Great to express your creativity and intuitiveness. Slide 2: Fragile Sprout. Fresh and modern. Slide 3: Bubblegum. Feminine, fun and inviting. Slide 4: Sudan Brown. Earthy and chic at the same time. Slide 4: Popcorn. A light yellow that will be perfect for summer outfits. Slide 5: Potpourri. A subtle pink that could be worn as a neutral. Slide 6: Orchid Bloom. A cool lavender colour that looks gorgeous with dark brown. Slide 7: Perfectly Pale. Perfect for outerwear. Slide 8: Northern Droplet. Neutral perfect for cooler skin tones. #suzannedelahuntystylist
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How to introduce colour into your wardrobe. If you feel like you want to introduce more colour into your wardrobe, you are not alone. So many of us have a wardrobe that’s awash with dark colours and black.

This Spring Summer there’s going to be a lot of bright colour in fashion. So before you purchase, think about how you might bring bright colour into your wardrobe. 

If you don’t want to go full-colour straight away, introduce it in small ways with your accessories: scarves, shoes, bags, belts, jewellery. 

And when you’re investing in bright clothes, always make sure they have a point of difference to them in their texture and silhouette. Anything glossy, textured or structural. This will avoid the risk that your bright pieces could look a little basic. 

#suzannedelahuntystylist
How to introduce colour into your wardrobe. If you feel like you want to introduce more colour into your wardrobe, you are not alone. So many of us have a wardrobe that’s awash with dark colours and black. This Spring Summer there’s going to be a lot of bright colour in fashion. So before you purchase, think about how you might bring bright colour into your wardrobe. If you don’t want to go full-colour straight away, introduce it in small ways with your accessories: scarves, shoes, bags, belts, jewellery. And when you’re investing in bright clothes, always make sure they have a point of difference to them in their texture and silhouette. Anything glossy, textured or structural. This will avoid the risk that your bright pieces could look a little basic. #suzannedelahuntystylist
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The white shirt is an essential basic piece for every wardrobe. It’s one of those building blocks that you can use to create so many different outfits. Here I show you the different functions that a white shirt can have in your outfit repertoire as well as a few ways to style your white shirts. At the very least it will make you feel less bad about having multiple white shirts hanging in your closet. #suzannedelahuntystylist
The white shirt is an essential basic piece for every wardrobe. It’s one of those building blocks that you can use to create so many different outfits. Here I show you the different functions that a white shirt can have in your outfit repertoire as well as a few ways to style your white shirts. At the very least it will make you feel less bad about having multiple white shirts hanging in your closet. #suzannedelahuntystylist
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Who do you want to be in 2022? I know that setting goals for a new year is not for everyone. So instead of setting goals, try envisaging who you want to be. Imagine a scenario that comes up for you often, whether it’s a work situation, a social scene. How do you want to relate to other people? How do you want to feel in that situation? How do you want to look? What you wear absolutely helps you become the person you want to be, or to fully be your authentic self. Does your wardrobe do that? Or could it do with a little updating? DM me if you’d like to work on your personal style. (And Melbourne, DM me for dates I’ll be in Melbourne and available for wardrobe edits and shopping!!) #suzannedelahuntystylist
Who do you want to be in 2022? I know that setting goals for a new year is not for everyone. So instead of setting goals, try envisaging who you want to be. Imagine a scenario that comes up for you often, whether it’s a work situation, a social scene. How do you want to relate to other people? How do you want to feel in that situation? How do you want to look? What you wear absolutely helps you become the person you want to be, or to fully be your authentic self. Does your wardrobe do that? Or could it do with a little updating? DM me if you’d like to work on your personal style. (And Melbourne, DM me for dates I’ll be in Melbourne and available for wardrobe edits and shopping!!) #suzannedelahuntystylist
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Reflecting on my favourite fashion and style people, looks, shows, designers, moments etc from 2021. It’s been a year, but that doesn’t mean that style wasn’t around to keep us inspired, happy and motivated to look and be our best. #suzannedelahuntystylist
Reflecting on my favourite fashion and style people, looks, shows, designers, moments etc from 2021. It’s been a year, but that doesn’t mean that style wasn’t around to keep us inspired, happy and motivated to look and be our best. #suzannedelahuntystylist
Reflecting on my favourite fashion and style people, looks, shows, designers, moments etc from 2021. It’s been a year, but that doesn’t mean that style wasn’t around to keep us inspired, happy and motivated to look and be our best. #suzannedelahuntystylist
Reflecting on my favourite fashion and style people, looks, shows, designers, moments etc from 2021. It’s been a year, but that doesn’t mean that style wasn’t around to keep us inspired, happy and motivated to look and be our best. #suzannedelahuntystylist
Reflecting on my favourite fashion and style people, looks, shows, designers, moments etc from 2021. It’s been a year, but that doesn’t mean that style wasn’t around to keep us inspired, happy and motivated to look and be our best. #suzannedelahuntystylist
Reflecting on my favourite fashion and style people, looks, shows, designers, moments etc from 2021. It’s been a year, but that doesn’t mean that style wasn’t around to keep us inspired, happy and motivated to look and be our best. #suzannedelahuntystylist
Reflecting on my favourite fashion and style people, looks, shows, designers, moments etc from 2021. It’s been a year, but that doesn’t mean that style wasn’t around to keep us inspired, happy and motivated to look and be our best. #suzannedelahuntystylist
Reflecting on my favourite fashion and style people, looks, shows, designers, moments etc from 2021. It’s been a year, but that doesn’t mean that style wasn’t around to keep us inspired, happy and motivated to look and be our best. #suzannedelahuntystylist
Reflecting on my favourite fashion and style people, looks, shows, designers, moments etc from 2021. It’s been a year, but that doesn’t mean that style wasn’t around to keep us inspired, happy and motivated to look and be our best. #suzannedelahuntystylist
Reflecting on my favourite fashion and style people, looks, shows, designers, moments etc from 2021. It’s been a year, but that doesn’t mean that style wasn’t around to keep us inspired, happy and motivated to look and be our best. #suzannedelahuntystylist
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