Being true to yourself automatically encourages you to be queen of your wardrobe fiefdom instead of the more common slave to fashion.
Fashion is as Fashion does...
Fashion is often used in two primary ways: to make someone fit in or make someone stand out. It can also play both roles. For example, a person may dress in a gothic style. In a sense, this person is standing out, but in another sense, this person is using fashion to portray group membership. In another examples, employees at a workplace may have the option to wear either work style pants of jeans to work. If a new employee comes in wearing jeans every day, it is likely that the whole workforce will follow suit in time, rather than maintaining the less comfortable pattern of wearing work pants
Style = Individuality
Once you connect with your core fashion persona, your style will improve and you'll look fabulous. This will radiate through the way you dress. You'll feel good and and attract the same admirations clothes-horses like Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe are (still) getting!