Decision season’s vitality is shiny and fast, even when private fashion targets rank excessive on our new yr priorities. Dressing with intention—nevertheless you outline it—feels doable on New 12 months’s Day. We overlook what we promised ourselves again in January by July. Anxiousness and limitations attributable to an ongoing pandemic aren’t serving to: Final yr, this author promised to strive new indie labels and new silhouettes in 2021… however then spent the day wrapped in knitwear set after knitting set at house.
Type resolutions are nice! We will all the time strive once more. 2022 is simply starting, and anybody who seeks vogue inspiration can accomplish that in loads of time. BAZAAR.com might be counting on a panel of designers, stylists, and creatives to assist them with their fashion resolutions for this yr. Their targets are comparable, whether or not they’re utilizing secondhand items or daring colours and shiny patterns. All of them wish to get again to sporting actual garments for 365 consecutive days. Discover 14 fashion commitments value making and retaining for the brand new yr.
Shibon Kennedy, stylist
“I really got back to the idea of exploring fashion frivolity in more earth-friendly forms. I have a pretty expansive closet as it stands, so that means a lot of restyling things I already own. Also, if I am buying clothes for myself—which actually happens quite rarely, but still!—then making sure those pieces are primarily vintage. My favorite vintage spots, hands down, are James Veloria(The best buys, the best vibes plus Brandon and Collin forever You can find out more at Lara Koleji. I just got a vintage Versace men’s DB navy pinstriped blazer there that is BEYOND.
“My other resolution was to remember that fashion has no rules. Through expressive dressing, I’m trying to have fun and bring some levity to these crazy times. —@shibonleigh
Nikki Ogunnaike, digital director at BAZAAR.com
“After two years, I’m ready to really get dressed again! And by that, I mean looks that will make my friends ask upon seeing me, ‘Oh, okay, where do you think you’re going?!’ or say, ‘Okay, I see you!!’ Looks that elicit a response so grand people will feel like Nikki is BACK!” —@nikkiogun
Très Vivier Strass Patent Leather-based Ankle Boots
Midi Gown in Knotted and Ruched Jersey
Brynn Wallace, founding father of Dimepiece
“My style resolution is to be on Rachel Seville Tashjian’s ‘Opulent Tips’ best-dressed list for 2022. I know this won’t happen—but it’s aspirational, urging me to take fashion more seriously. As Dimepiece evolves and becomes more successful, I know I need to dress the part … because, currently, I’m scrambling for a worthy outfit anytime I’m invited to a fancy dinner or featured in a photo shoot. Ultimately, I just want to feel more comfortable in my looks, secure with the thought that they aptly represent my inner fire.” —@brynntrill
Salem Mitchell, mannequin
“My style resolution is to dress sleeker, a bit more elevated, and sexy. I came into the fashion industry around 18 years old. I’ve spent these past few years learning more about who I am, what I like, and tending to my fluctuating self-confidence. I’m going to be 24 this year, and this is probably the most grown-up I’ve ever felt, as well as the most confident I’ve ever been. I really want my style to reflect that. To higher heels helping me stand tall in 2022.” — @salemmitchell
Opyum Patent leather-based pumps
Kate Bellman, managing vogue editor at Nordstrom
“My style resolution for 2022 is to play in my closet and start getting dressed again. Even though most of my work is still virtual and onscreen, I’m making an effort to get dressed head to toe and put full looks together. My friend and I have come up with weekly style theme challenges to get us reinvigorated and re-inspired with our wardrobe once again. In honesty, I just really missed my skirts and shoes, so after two years, it’s time to take them for a spin!” — @kategbell
Sirella Mesh Fringe Skirt
Jackie Skye Muller, cofounder Leisure Habits
“After a year of living on the farm with my family, my style has completely shifted to accommodate more functionality. This year, I’m aiming to bring more elegant (but still appropriate) pieces into my weekly wears. This includes my latest obsession: fabulous pajamas!” —@recreationalhabits
Celebration Pajamas with Feathers
Shelby Ying Hyde, contributing vogue market editor at BAZAAR.com
“It may sound cliché, but this year, I’ve decided to be less impulsive and shop with my personal archives in mind. It’s so easy to get bogged down by the different trends on the market, so 2022 for me is all about filtering out the noise and going with my gut instincts. Whether it’s discovering new brands to invest in or buying those forever pieces from heritage designers that I’ve always wanted, the keyword is intention. Essentially, I will be asking myself, ‘What’s the purpose?’ or ‘What value does this add to my closet?’ before every purchase for the next 365 days. I’ll be making the investment upfront in Wardrobe.NYC’s new eight-piece system with Carhartt to get me through the next few months. (But you can shop the styles individually as well.)” —@theshelbyying
Shelby Ivey Christie, vogue historian and costume historian
“Last year, I was curious about color and pattern. I was looking to get out of my neutral palette comfort zone. This year, I’m ‘back to black’—I learned that too much color just wasn’t reflective of my authentic self. It was great to dabble in some playful patterns and color, but it only reaffirmed that I am indeed a neutral palette girl with the pop of occasional color. It is my New Year’s style resolution to continue to stay true to my personal style by wearing things that represent me in the most accurate way, not something the algorithm pressured me to purchase. I’m really into structured pieces with a quirky twist—Ottolinger, Peter Do, Hanifa, and Y/Project are my current go-to favorites.” —@bronze_bombshel
Kerry Pieri, vogue director for BAZAAR.com
“I’m still not getting dressed as often as I had a couple of years ago, so I need far less than I ever have. Instead of getting increasingly bummed about it, I’m taking it as an opportunity to invest in a few things that I truly love and that I think I’ll want in my closet for years to come. I used to harbor fanciful ideas that as I grew older I’d become a Junya Watanabe and Comme des Garçons acolyte in strictly very cool avant-garde Japanese fashion. The truth, it turns out, is that I’m more and more drawn to classic tailored styles. This Saint Lauren vest is something I’ll want to wear for years to come.” —@kerrypieri
Vivid Wu, stylist and artistic advisor
“My style resolution for 2022 is to revitalize my existing wardrobe so I can make better use of it and find new ways to style different pieces. That includes tailoring clothes so they fit better and donating the pieces I really won’t feel like wearing again to local charities or secondhand stores for a new life. I also want to continue taking more fashion risks and using my style as a way to express myself and let my personality shine.” —@vivid
Emily Oberg is the founding father of Sporty & Wealthy
“My style resolution is to buy less, but better. To only invest in pieces that I know I will wear five to 10 years from now.” —@emilyoberg
Glamazon Diaries founder, Makeda Saggau–Sackey
“Aside from my 10-day French wedding wardrobe, my style in 2021 was very minimalistic. My sartorial picks were also devoid of the colors and prints I normally include in my daily dressing. I’ve vowed to be a maximalist this year with bold colors, lots of prints, and lots and lots of voluminous pieces including wide-leg pants and midi skirts.” —@glamazondiaries
TyLynn Nguyen is a designer and mannequin
“My style resolution is to incorporate more color into my wardrobe and my interiors. I was recently exploring Gabriela Hearst’s website, and I came across this incredible red dress, and now I must own it! It is the perfect red color, and I appreciate her sustainable approach she has with her business. ” —@tylynnnguyen
Lauren Santo Domingo is the cofounder and chief branding officer of Moda Operandi.
“I love a new year, because the resort collections are landing in the shops. These collections, otherwise known as the holiday or cruise, are in shops longest so I get the most out of them. They have the best assortment of summer looks, and anything I buy in January or February I can wear on a beach weekend or spring break trip, but best of all, it’s already in my closet the second the weather gets warmer. The items I wear most are usually the pieces I bought in January.” —@thelsd
Cotton Crocheted Midi Gown
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