True masters often can make the nearly impossible seem easy. Whether they are acrobats, on a professional sports team, or a skilled orator, a true master of their craft can often perform the most difficult of the maneuvers without any visible difficulty. A casual observer might remark to themselves “well I could do that”. It is only upon attempting to duplicate the feat that an observer might fully realize the difficulty of the endeavor.
When it comes to style, sprezzatura is the art of appearing to elegant, fashionable, and attractive while simultaneously giving off the impression that your appearance was crafted without any real effort or thought. Simply put, a master of this art will show up at any time wearing a style which is not traditional yet pulling it off perfectly.
When it comes to hair, this look is best achieved by working with a gifted stylist to develop a look which is unique to you. This can require a bit of confidence. If you are feeling reluctant to take chances, then you may not want to attempt this. However, if you are confident in your ability to be comfortable with a bit of unpredictability, the results can be incredible. Additionally, the look should appear to be fairly low maintenance. If a glance from a casual observer lets them know that you had to spend hours doing your hair before leaving the house, you probably are not projecting the correct image here.
Above all else, the key is confidence and thoughtfulness. If you have a style which fits you well, ensure that you are comfortable in it. If you are comfortable, then it will appear natural to others. We all know the aesthetic. Glasses casually askew, hair ruffled slightly, etc. Confidence and planning can go a long way into helping you pull off whatever look you have decided on.
One thing to remember is that while the goal of the look is to appear effortlessly stylish, effort will be required. Unless you are incredibly gifted, failing to put in effort will likely make you appear to be somewhat lazy or poorly dressed. Sprezzatura is the art of making it look effortless, not actually removing all effort. Use a haircut which can be flexible, can blow in the wind, or perhaps be styled creatively with little effort. It is all about the little things which make you unique.