There's always a strong correlation between decorative style and personal style - it's easier to spot in some than others, but it's usually no accident that people who wear big hats and florals can't seem to let go of their balloon valances.
My own style varies throughout the year. I tend to get pretty lazy when the seasons are at their extreme (who wants to worry about dressing when it's 40°C or wet and cold?) but I go full-tilt in the spring and fall. In this climate, it's our brief chance to pull out our suede shoes and our mid-season coats, to layer-up and accessorize.
I like simple clothes, clean lines, well-fitted. I like being comfortable. Sometimes I like wearing my most basic items with my most flamboyant shoes. Or socks. I think I always liked classic clothes (an 8-year old me in suspenders). There were periods when I wore nothing but dress clothes, and years of the black T-shirt and jeans thing. Now I tend to wear a culmination of all my style-eras.
This fall I'm wearing sweaters and jeans and more colour than I'm used to. I like a chunky sweater (I call them my Bing Crosby sweaters) and a slim pant. I've been big into chambray since springtime. I have ties and shirts and even a vest. Tucked, untucked, casual, dressed-up. It's classic and a bit throwbacky. Comfortable and easy.
A tour of my closet tends to look a lot like a tour of my house. Pops of colour, textures, and mostly-classic elements. Does your closet reflect your home?