How to dress for success
“Fashion is very important. It is life-enhancing and, like everything that gives pleasure, it is worth doing well.” —Vivienne Westwood
There is a famous proverb "We are what we eat". Well, I think it goes much broader: What we think, how we think, what we do... and what we wear too.
What we wear is one of the things that we actually can control in our life (at least after the age when our parents decided that for us). Psychologists already proved that what we wear affects our mood and behavoir. Here is a compilation of tips that can lead you to great-feel vibes:
1) Be honest with yourself. Look in your wardrobe and ask yourself "Do I like what I see?", "How do I feel in this dress?", "How do I want to feel". This is a reality check. You might have had this dress for many years. It looked great on you, but now it might be out of style or you changed. Maybe there is a small tear inside that's not really visible, but still you know about it. How do you feel wearing it?
For example, you want to feel great and confident. (Who doesn't?) Does your wardrobe help you? If not, maybe it's time to upgrade.
2) Hidden secret Some researches say that wearing a chick underwear or even special socks can give you a special confidence boost. This most likely stems from the reflection of how you dress only for yourself. Subconsiously, the more you do for yourself, the more love you give to yourself. Of course, you become more confident, because love do empower.
3) Research and discover your style If you haven't discovered your own style, it's never too late. Even more, you can do it as much as you want because we change constantly! You can find inspiration on Pinterest, fashion magazines and fashion influencers on Instagram.
4) Choose comfortable fit. Yes, that sexy mini dress may look stunning. But also important is how you feel in it. If it is too tight or too short, your thoughts might be occupied with that instead of focusing what really matters.
5) Choose the fabrics that you like to have on your skin That dress may look great, but if it's itching or you feel like wrapped in plastic bag, the comfort vibes will be way off.
Here is an interesting view on the topic presented on Ted Talk
LLet me know in the comment, how do you percieve clothing? Do you use them as the tool for your success?