POPSUGAR Fashion Poll Do You Have a Signature Style? by Fashion 8/21/08 1 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest Kate Moss, Lauren Conrad, and Kate Hudson certainly do . . . Bauer-Griffin Online, Pacific Coast News Online, and Source Read More Signature StyleLauren ConradFab PollKate HudsonKate Moss Kate Hudson Kate Hudson Kicks Off Thanksgiving Weekend With Beachside Family Time Kate Hudson's Birthday Message to Her Mom, Goldie Hawn, Is Guaranteed to Make You Melt Kate Hudson Sizzles in Campari's 2016 Calendar — See a Year's Worth of Sexy Pics Have You Noticed That Kate Hudson Is Everywhere Lately? 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Stay Stylish With OurFashion and Beauty Newsletter Personalize Fashion and Beauty News Street Style Beauty Tips Celebrity Style Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. piesecki 7 years It's more by accident than on purpose but I definitely see a theme in most of the clothes I buy - it's a bit of a gossip-girl-meets-rock-chick-then-goes-to-the-office kind of thing... mainly I am obsessed with plaid! acf222 7 years I like to call my signature style East meets West. I'm a native to southern California but have lived most of the adult life in New York, so my style reflects a little bit of both. My style staples are pencil skirts, fitted jackets/blazers, sexy heels, and scarves or wraps, but I also am quite fond of flip-flops and well-fitting cotton tank tops. I don't follow every trend, I just stick to what works for me. My rule of thumb is if I don't feel completely comfortable and confident in my outfit, I don't leave the house in it. berrymix 7 years I mix it up. I get influenced by a lot of things so I switch from one style to another. sarahsreallife 7 years I think I switch it up...but I'm not all over the map. There are definitely things that I repeat: statement shoes, scarves, jackets, bright colors and big rings. As long as I like it, I'll wear it, even if it's a little different than what I usually do! austerity 7 years lol Francoise...I know what you mean...besides, having a signature style can be combined nicely with following the trends...the greatest fashion designers have always said style is about translating the trends that you like, to your own look. joannabanana88 7 years I chose other because I don't and totally wish I did! Still figuring it out ;) RoyalBlueMoss 7 years I sure do. RoyalBlueMoss 7 years I sure do. robinesque 7 years OOOH! SUH-NAP, Francoisehardly! Francoisehardly 7 years I don't really agree that having a signature style is boring. The most enduring and influential style icons had/have a specific type of look that they stick to and that doesn't mean wearing the same outfit day after day. I thinking someone knowing how they are and being aware of what they like, not what's trendy, is far more interesting than people who obviously don't have a personality behind what they wear. robinesque 7 years Signature style for me, of course! oxykisses 7 years I love changing up my style...i have an urban style,preppy,classic, and modern. I think its better to have different looks rather than looking similar and expected...its boring. emalove 7 years I'm really drawn to the boho chic look...and I've always loved feminine styles. So I guess those are the looks that I gravitate towards. soapbox 7 years I usually stick to the triangle shape, does that count as a style? Most of my skirts and dresses are A-line and I tend to wear a lot of black. Whenever my clothes are folded, it's hard to tell what's what's because everything seems to be black. tulipsaki 7 years I don't get the inclusion of lauren conrad in this. What is her style? Kate Moss is boho-chic/retro, and Kate Hudson seems all California girl, but LC? ilanac13 7 years i think that i'm slowly trying to evolve my style. back a few years ago - i definitely had a personal style that was my own - and now that i've kind of moved away from the lifestyle that i had at the time, my style has gone away too. i moved to a place that was much more casual - so i tried to change it up a bit and now that i'm back at my starting point, i'm trying to regain some personal style without being overly trendy again. Francoisehardly 7 years I more or less do. I know I have specific shapes, fits and colors that I like but recently I've been trying to look at things a little differently to change up how I dress a little. I just wish I could find clothing around here that looked more like what I want. I need to figure out how to make my own clothing. sexylibrarian 7 years I like to mix it up, but I have my signature look that I like to stick to as well. mondaymoos 7 years I'm way too random to have a signature style. Asche 7 years I really don't appreciate the fact that you grouped Kate Moss in the same category as Lauren Conrad. I know that saying Lauren Conrad as a signature style is not necessarily a complement, but still...I don't like her juxtaposed next to such a legend! austerity 7 years Contemporary, high-fashion gypsy :D Greentea1203 7 years I mix it up, but mostly I dress in Alexander Wang-type clothing. Simple colors but interesting shapes and such. EkaterinaBallerina 7 years I switch it up all the time. My job connects me with people from all different kinds of backgrounds so I can be really ecclectic with my wardrobe. But there are days when I prefer to be more done-up than relaxed. Plus I like to throw in pieces that don't necessarily look like me to change it up. melizzle 7 years Urban cowgirl. Or that's what I like to call it. leahtron 7 years It's always evolving I guess, but I do have a pretty distinct style. I don't really like to follow trends unless I absolutely adore them. I like skirts, tights, interesting shapes, and unexpected plays on volume.