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Everyday Fashionistas: Women weigh in on what makes them feel and look good

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Mackenzie Phillips, 23, is taking a year off from her studies at Trinity College.

She describes her style as very simple.

"I actually hate shopping but I kind of know what looks good on me and I dress for my figure."

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Most women's personal style cannot be summed up into just one category. We tend to keep a variety of go-to looks in our wardrobes from professional to casual.

Somehow, we all find ways to express ourselves as individuals or fit in with the crowd, depending on the day and the dress.

Many women have a hard time keeping up with trends and knowing when to let a piece or a look go.

Rochelle York, a personal stylist in Scottsdale, Arizona, said that she sees similar problems facing most of her clientele and that the biggest issue she helps to solve is "too many clothes and nothing to wear."

Being creative, organizing, and adding key pieces to an already existing collection can transform a wardrobe and build confidence. The following women weighed in on their favorite fashion bits and pieces and what makes them feel good about the way they look.

The women interviewed are not the women photographed.

Edited by Jody Smith

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