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Dressing Like Your Venus Sign and Why You Should Try It

We have all had those days where we stare into the abyss that we call our closet, wondering what to wear for the day. We throw on different pieces of clothing, hoping that the outfit will magically pick us. One thing is for sure; you will almost always notice a trend in your closet. Maybe you have too many sneakers, or possibly most of the items in your closet happen to be the color black. Or perhaps you tend to be someone who dresses on the cozier side. Or you’re like me, have a closet full of statement pieces but a lack of basics. Whatever the case may be, we all have different aesthetics and personal styles when it comes to the clothes that we wear, and you can thank your Venus sign for this. 

Your Venus sign, in astrology, is determined by where Venus was in the sky when you were born. Your Venus sign illuminates your values and desires surrounding romance, love, culture, and beauty. Venus is an almost extremely important planet when it comes to an understanding of how we relate to the world and others. This is why, when it comes to style and personal aesthetic, your venus sign is a main factor and influence. Below are how each Venus sign informs your fashion and style preferences. (If you’re not sure what your venus sign is. Enter your birth date, time, and location into an online generator like astro-charts.com).

Venus in Aries

Aries are attracted to attention-seeking and edgy styles. You are sure to pull off any trend as long as it consists of a pop of red and a statement piece. Look to celebrity icons like Rihanna for inspiration.

Venus in Taurus 

Taurus are known for being attracted to earth tones and comfortable fabrics. Your style is very earthy and luxurious. Look to Jessica Alba for style inspiration. 

Venus in Gemini

Gemini is attracted to playfulness. Playing with different patterns and textures will often make you feel most confident. Look to popstar Lizzo for inspiration.

Venus in Cancer

Cancers are drawn to more sentimental and intricate pieces. You’re also very prone to layering and being more on the cozy side. Your style inspiration is Zendaya.

Venus in Leo

Leos love being the star of the show! Your bold personality translates into your clothing choices. You are drawn to extravagant outfits and statement pieces galore. Your style inspiration is Emily Ratajkowski. 

Venus in Virgo

Blazers, loafers, simple jewelry. Virgos are known for having a very sophisticated style while still keeping it neutral and earthy. You are known for paying great attention to detail. Your style inspiration is Tracee Ellis Ross. 

Venus in Libra

Venus is your ruler! This means that just about anything that you put on is everything that venus stands for –beauty, culture, and art. Your personal style is very chic and elegant. Your style inspiration is Hailey Bieber. 

Venus in Scorpio

One of my favorite Venus placements to date, Scorpio Venus, your style is an expression of your different moods. It’s reflective of your mood and emotions. You look like you are combining softer fabrics with edgy textiles. Think silk dress with a black leather jacket. Your style inspiration is Nicole Richie.

Venus in Sagittarius 

My personal Venus sign, Sagittarius Venus, is known for being a lover of adventure and statement pieces. You love a one-of-a-kind piece that you just so happened to pick up on your vacation to Joshua Tree for your 2nd cousin’s wedding. Clothes are an experience for you! Your style inspiration is Kendall Jenner.

Venus in Capricorn

Capricorn Venus, you love long-lasting, great-quality pieces. You love a good structured and well-thought-out look. You tend to shy away from fast-fashion looks and gravitate more towards classically chic details, and that will never go out of style. Look to Irina Shayk for inspiration.

Venus in Aquarius 

You are an innovator, Aquarius! You love unique, cutting-edge, and individualistic pieces. Your style is way ahead of its time, so it’s safe to say that you’re definitely a trendsetter. Look to Jenna Lyons for style inspiration.

Venus in Pisces

The sign of Pisces is known for being dreamy and fairy-like. Your style is poetic, romantic, and dreamy like the mermaids that you are. It’s safe to say that you would absolutely kill a pastel tulle dress. Look to Shay Mitchell for style inspiration. 


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