Confidence in dressing (how to dress and how to get comfortable)

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Outfit confidence and how to get it is something I get asked a lot. So how do you put all this together?

We shared our tips in this week’s Lunchtime Live video. Spoiler alert: A lot of your confidence depends on how you feel as a person. and seek professional help.

These are some of the things you might be feeling about the clothes you wear:

  1. I feel self-conscious about my clothes.
  2. I feel like I should wear more colors.
  3. I feel like it should be toned down.
  4. I don’t want to stand out.
  5. I want to stand out anyway.
  6. There is no way I can wear it.

Few people do not exercise the full spectrum of these emotions in any given week. They’re all normal emotions, but each one can wreak havoc on your outfit confidence. Many of these feelings are steeped in false, harmful beliefs we may hold about ourselves and our appearance.

So how can you make those emotional noises less and make you feel more confident in your outfit?

  1. Always come back to your style personality. Clarify your style personalityIt’s the personality that lifts you now, not what you might have worn ten years ago. confirm.
  2. Don’t neglect your style personality when wearing everyday clothes Or any special event or occasion. Just like parties and events, we want you to be confident in your everyday outfits. The difference is the attire to dress policy or suggested event dress code.
  3. Confidence of clothes is born, too Wear clothes that fit and feel wellFrom the feel of the fabric to the cut, and how your clothes fit your body, can mean the difference between feeling confident in your clothes or not. , you lose confidence.
  4. Learn to love the body you have. Body acceptance is the perfect muscle to do every day.All the layers of BS that generations have been offered about what a woman should look like can collapse our dress confidence in seconds.Listen to my chat hereAnd if this is a really difficult area for you, reach out to an expert.
  5. Another BS woman has been served for far too long is the idea that because we are a certain age or size, we must dress a certain way. It just undermines our confidence. Wear clothes because they make you feel good, not because someone told you they were the right choice for your age or size..
  6. Play with your costume. This doesn’t necessarily mean making a big leap from one of your style personalities. It means enjoying the process. Pushing the boundaries of your style to keep things fresh and fun. Look for eye sparkles when dressed. If the spark does not come out immediately, it cannot be forced.
  7. take a picture of the costumeYou don’t have to share these photos publicly, but you can file them in a folder on your phone and have a quick personal record of what you want to wear. You can file them to your style personality or keep a folder of outfits that make you feel great right away. can be seen at a glance.
  8. Appreciate the style of others and the individuality of that styleThe emphasis here is on the word gratitude. This is not about comparison. And it certainly isn’t about lowering someone else’s style. Instead of tearing the hood down, why not watch the person rock the outfit and ooze confidence. Admire them! That person’s style may be the exact opposite of yours, but appreciating others and learning how they confidently appear in the world gives us permission to do the same. is given.

Dear friends, go play with your style. life is short. Wear clothes that make you feel good today.

Dressing Confidence - And How To Get It (Nikki Parkinson - Styling You)

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