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Your personal style reflects who you are—an extraordinary creation, beautifully designed by God.
Every outfit we choose holds the power to express our unique personality and identity as cherished children of God. This truth goes beyond mere clothing; personal style is a divine expression of our unrepeatable identity, reflecting the fact that we are made in God’s image.
In Theology of Style: Expressing the Unique and Unrepeatable You, author Lillian Fallon draws from her experience in the fashion industry to delve deep into the profound truth that what we wear is far more than just fabric on our bodies—it is a radiant statement of our unrepeatable identity, a tangible expression of being made in the image of our Creator.
A speaker and writer on the intersection of personal style and faith, Lillian Fallon guides readers on a transformative journey to recognize and celebrate the power of personal style to help us know our value as unique and unrepeatable daughters of God.
Through a combination of heartfelt anecdotes, humorous stories, and profound insights from St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, Theology of Style offers Catholic women practical guidance for developing their personal style and answers a series of key questions that often arise when discussing personal style, clothing choices, and modesty:
- Does what we wear truly matter?
- Can our clothing choices reflect our faith?
- How does our personal style affirm our dignity as individuals created in the image of God?
- How can we glorify God, and grow closer to him, through our clothing and personal style?
- Where does modesty fit in?
Within these pages, Catholic women will uncover the incredible significance of style as a tool for understanding their purpose, recognizing their worth, and building an intimate relationship with God. Readers will gain a deeper understanding of how they can align their personal style with their faith, embracing their divine identity and glorifying God in the process.
“Written with both readability and depth, Lillian beautifully weaves together psychology, theology, and St. John Paul II's vision of the human person. You won't look at your closet the same way after reading this!”
–Jackie & Bobby Angel
Co-authors of Pray, Decide, and Don't Worry and regular video contributors on Ascension Presents