Wearing the right outfit makes a huge difference throughout my day. I’m speaking of feeling confident, comfortable and pretty. I guess, I’m not the only one, who is really trying hard, to find a great outfit every morning. This is a challenge that can be tricky sometimes, but over the time, I found out a few hacks, that help me to find the right outfit for each day, every day!
Be sure to have some “safe outfits”
What I mean by that, is that you have a few outfit ideas, that you know really work for you. In case you have no idea what to wear and your fashion instinct isn’t working, simply go for your staple outfit, your “outfit saver”, which you can pull off feeling confident and comfortable.
If you’re feeling brave, be it
I don’t like to wear the same thing too often, that’s why I think it’s important to not be lazy and always go for the safe outfit. So, if you’re feeling great and your day has started well, and you feel bold enough to try out something new, definitely don’t ignore this feeling. Really use it and be bold. More than often it turns out amazing!
Add some details
I think a few nice details and accessories can make a huge difference between an outfit and a great outfit. I feel so much more fashionista-like if I have a cool necklace or a ring on. In my opinion, it’s worth it to invest a bit into adding details, it’s fun and it’s a great way to add more complexity.
Know the right time
Know the right time for make-up, the right time for a necklace, for being bold or safe. Don’t let anyone tell what to wear and when, simply go after your feelings and don’t be afraid of anything. I like to keep a bit of lipstick for outfits, that don’t quite speak for themselves yet. I like to add an accessory to the safe outfit, to make it less boring. I like to pull off a brave outfit just like that, if I’m proud of it.
And keep in mind, at the end of the day, every outfit is the right one, as long as you decide it to be! Make your own dress code, have your own look your and own style, be your very own fashionista and be proud of it!
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