If you don’t feel good in your clothes then you have the power to change that. This article will discuss 3 strategies to help you improve your fashion confidence. Of course, these are not the only 3 strategies, but they are 3 critical strategies to get you and your fashion confidence moving in the right direction.
1. Wear clothes that are flattering for your body:
Have you ever gone to the store and bought something that you saw on the mannequin or purchased something online that you saw on the model, only to get the outfit and it doesn’t look the same on you? Well that can be pretty disappointing, and it can also cause you to waste money. And worse if you try to wear the outfit anyway you can look and feel uncomfortable. And that affects your self-esteem. The reason that not all clothing looks the same on every woman is because we are not all the same body type. It is important that we purchase clothes that flatter our body type and clothes that we look good in. When we wear clothes that flatter our body not only do we look better but we feel better too.
2. Release the unwanted pounds:
If you are carrying extra pounds that are affecting your confidence you can work on getting them off. I know personally how that feels. When I had unwanted pounds it affected my confidence and the type of clothes I wore. Even though I never lost my fashion flair, I didn’t feel as good as I wanted to in my clothes. I am not telling you to lose weight, I am just saying that if you have a desire to lose some pounds, then go for it, especially if you feel like it will help you feel better in your clothes.
3. Choose colors that suit you:
It is important that you wear colors that make you feel cheerful and stylish. But colors not only affect your mood but colors also affect how others see you. So you want to choose colors that make you look youthful and vibrant. It is also important that you choose colors that go well with your skin tone. When you choose the right colors you can feel more confident in your clothes.
Source by Dr. Shauntel Peak-Jimenez, Ph.D