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This Book Wants to Help You Find Your Personal Style

Feminine and Playful street style.
Feminine and Playful street style.

The exhausting task of figuring exactly which designers match your aesthetic has been simplified courtesy of For the Love Of Style, which schools budding style stars on looks such as “romantic and bohemian,” “sporty,” and “All-American.” The book, out May 15, from TeNeues publishing, guides readers through the maxi floral dresses of Chloé, the bright furs of Miu Miu, and the leg slits of Anthony Vaccarello, with the goal of helping shoppers sift through the flooded fashion landscape.

“[We believe] that it’s getting harder and harder for all of us to find our personal, unique style,” co-authors Corinna Williams and Nina Zywietz write in their introduction. “Journals report on hot new labels every week; more and more celebs turn designers — sometimes surprisingly good ones; countless online newsletters and shops continue to tempt us with their best buys of the week, month, season … So, where to go to order our Vans?”

Click ahead to see silver Birkenstocks, Alexander Wang runways, and avant-garde street style.

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Denim street style.

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Balmain fall-winter 2015 runway.

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Alexander Wang spring-summer 2014.

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Erdem spring-summer 2016.

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Ryan Roche spring-summer 2016.

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Alexander McQueen fall-winter 2015.

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Dries van Noten spring-summer 2016.

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Feminine and playful street style.

Photo: Daniel Bruno Grandl

Minimalist street style.

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Sporty street style.

This Book Wants to Help Find Your Personal Style