well, are you implying dressing up has nothing to do with technical point of view? that it has everything to do with your value, word view and ethics, alone? for me, i don't think i put that much of thought into dressing myself up every morning. sometimes i do, but most times i don't. so if i "technically make some "erros", like matching the colors or lengthes wrong, and i'm happy someone will point it out and save me from some further embarassment! it's really just that plain and simple
ofcourse personal style reflects a lot about a person, either conscious or subconscious, but the thing is we are humans, and style is just like everything else in our lives, there are aspects purely subjective, and aspects also objective, and i do make mistakes, i mean, the technical aspect of dressing up, i can be blind as well, like without taking a good look in the mirror so "error" happens, and that part has nothing to do with the core of me, and i will appreciate someone act as my mirror and shed me some lights. just like my world view is not flawless, yes, its personal, but as life goes on and i grow as a person, my style evolves so is my world view. we all learn from "errors", don't we?
my point is i just believe there are spritual core of someone's personal style, and also lots of technical aspects of dressing up. and that's the part i welcome others to address upon me, so i can reflect, and learn