In the interim, I came across this lady.
What struck me instantly, is that Ms. Sergeenko has found the exact kind of sartorial words and phrases to use, to present herself in a way that isn't just visually appealing, but also intriguing, and original. Now it must be said that this is a woman with substantial financial means, so accessing the wealth of the Attire language's words is easier for her. But that doesn't mean that we lesser folk can't get to the same end point; that of having our own individual visual statements. Sure, we may have to find those words at second hand stores. We might learn to sew, so that we can create what we require. Whatever path we can, or must tread, we can still get to that same place.
Ms Sergeenko takes a bit of her Russian heritage, a good solid dollop of Dior's New Look, and a few deftly chosen, and edgy accessory pieces, to give us a notion of a woman with a deal of complexity to her character. So take a good look at these images of her in various venues, and you'll soon see that there is a consistent through line of expression, that is the essential thing worth taking on, ourselves.