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Learn how to dress confidently.
Every morning you make an important decision. Seemingly a simple task, but it has the ability to affect your day and how you interact with others. Confidence comes from within, but there are ways to incorporate it into your style. Sharing how to dress confidently in 6 simple ways.
Change Your Mind Set About Shopping
Rather than searching for the lowest price tag, think about price per wear. Do you want this dress to last a few months or a couple years? Fast fashion is cheap, easily torn and replaceable. You deserve fine silks, not fabric that leave your skin irritated.
Don’t Jump Onto Every Trend
Changing every season, trends can be fun, especially if you’re aware of your personal style. Having this knowledge will make it easier to know what trends to buy. If your wardrobe is filled with slip dresses, the smock dress trend will not appeal to you. Wear what makes you feel happy over what’s trendy.
Have The Right Lingerie
The perfect outfit begins with what’s underneath. If your lingerie isn’t the correct size, you’ll feel uncomfortable, like you’re trapped in your clothing. Get measured and invest in quality pieces. When everything fits right underneath, so will your outfit and you’ll radiate with confidence.
Outerwear Is Always In Style
To elevate a look instantly, regardless of season, add outerwear into the mix. A cardigan over a slip dress, blazer and jeans combo, hoodie and puffer jacket – the possibilities are endless. A simple hack, yet very efficient and chic.
Focus On Fit Rather Than The Size
In an appearance based society, it can be difficult not to fixate on the number stitched into the clothing. Size changes depending on what shop you enter. Would you prefer a pair of jeans that fit beautifully or the fact you fit into a size 12? Personally, I prefer comfort, which lies hand in hand with how to dress confidently.
Get Clothing Tailored
Constantly readjusting your clothing means you’re uncomfortable. It could be a plunging neckline or a dress shorter than you expected. Either get it tailored to fit or donate it. I never appreciated a tailor until last year when I travelled to India. I tailored all my trousers as they were longer than my height. The feeling when I got them back was the best, they fit exceptionally.
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