To dress like an Aquarius you need to throw all sartorial rules out the window, for Aquarius fashion and style has no rules.
Aquarius is an air sign that is unconventional, unique and sometimes chaotic, just like its ruling planet Uranus..
If you’ve got strong Aquarius placements in your birth chart, then your style will be strongly influenced by this zodiac sign.
Check your natal chart and look for these key Aquarius placements that reveal your horoscope style secrets:
- Sun in Aquarius (the true you, how you shine)
- Aquarius Rising/Aquarius Ascendant/Aquarius in 1st House (your brand, image and first impression)
- Aquarius in 2nd House (your shopping style)
- Venus in Aquarius (beauty and aesthetic style)
Discover how to dress like an Aquarius with some air sign-inspired fashion tips…
What does Aquarius wear?
Sun in Aquarius and Aquarius Rising people have an eclectic, individual aesthetic that helps them stand out from the crowd.
Aquarians like to wear clothes that are unique and different, so they look for one-off items that no-one else will have.
Although Aquarians like to be part of the group, it’s important to them that they retain their individuality.
This is the zodiac sign that rebelliously customises their school uniform or pushes the office dress code boundaries with a colourful tie.
Famous Aquarius style icons, like Harry Styles, Jennifer Aniston, Paris Hilton and Megan Thee Stallion, are all known for rebelling against convention and starting their own fashion trends.
The Aquarius colour palette
The symbol for Aquarius is the water bearer or waves, so this air sign is often mistaken for a water sign.
Aquarius suits bolder aquatic shades but also likes bright air sign colours.
The eclectic Aquarius colour palette is like a rainbow, featuring ultraviolet, marine blue, turquoise, silver and yellow.
Blue is the Aquarius power colour, though, and that’s the shade that makes them shine brightest.
How to dress like an Aquarius
To dress like an Aquarius you need to rebel against all the style rules and create an individual look that stands out.
Aquarius fashion and style is a melting pot of nostalgic and futuristic looks, with clashing colours and cultural references combining in a unique way that sometimes works and sometimes really doesn’t!
Although Aquarius may spend a great deal of time thinking about their outfits, it can sometimes just look like they’ve got out of bed and thrown together random items.
The one thing you can guarantee is that an Aquarian won’t care what others think of their style.
They wear what they like and the only approval an Aquarius needs is their own.
Create an Aquarius aesthetic with some key Aquarius clothes and accessories:
- Reflective sunglasses
- Metallic/sequin hats
- Oversized floppy/bucket hat
- Silver jewellery
- Neon/printed/sequin tailored suits
- Denim jackets/shirts/skirts/shorts/dresses
- Blue jeans
- Coloured feathers/faux fur
- Smiley faces
- Oversized floral prints
- Paisley pattern
- Cheeky slogans
- Political symbols/slogans
Aquarius hair and beauty
If you have strong Aquarius placements in your chart, especially Venus in Aquarius, then you’ll be heavily-influenced by the air sign aesthetic.
Anything goes when it comes to Aquarius makeup but they suit bold shades of blue, purple and green eyeshadow, paired with shimmering lips and a silvery highlighter.
Aquarius hair is free-flowing, with many Aquarians preferring loose wavy styles or bohemian braids, sometimes in rainbow shades.
Aquarius shopping style
When it comes to shopping, Aquarians prefer to veer off the beaten track and avoid established high street stores.
This zodiac sign is also quite tech-savvy so they’ll prefer to shop online via an app or social media platform.
Aquarius hates to look the same as everyone else so they will seek out independent stores and charity shops that stock one-offs.
Even if they do buy into mass market designs and shop at large online retailers, Aquarius will customise their clothes so they look different from the original design.
Aquarius is the master of character dressing and they love to find vintage pieces that have a story behind them, allowing them to channel the spirit of the person when they wear the item.