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Clothing and Confidence - the 'feel good' factor.

What you wear obviously affects how you look, and subsequently how others look at you.

 

 

Choosing the right garment for your body shape can make you look taller and slimmer, and choosing the best colours for your complexion will make you looker younger and fresher.

 

Your clothing will also affect the way you feel. You are going to feel much better when you wear clothing that makes you look taller, slimmer, younger and fresher, than when you wear clothing that does the opposite, aren't you?

 

Imagine turning up for a job interview and realising that you are completely inappropriately dressed! Feeling confident and ready to face the interview team?

 

Probably not.

 

When you are confident with your clothing, it will show. At the very least, you won't even be thinking about what you are wearing! You won't be pulling, tugging or fiddling. At it's best, a great outfit will make you shine with confidence.

 

Changing the way you dress can affect your feelings, in a very positive way.

 

And sometimes negatively too. Ever opened your wardrobe and seen a piece of clothing that you wore when something awful happened to you? You immediately have a bad feeling about wearing it again. Then there's the dress you wore for a wonderful happy occasion, years ago. Even though it no longer fits, or is out of style, you wouldn't dream of throwing it out because it every time you see it, you feel good.

 

I encourage everyone to wear clothes that have that 'feel good' factor. An outfit that enhances your body, and fits with your lifestyle will boost your confidence whenever you wear it.

 

Fill your wardrobe with clothing that only provides pleasure, and no anxiousness.

 

 

I am available for Personal Style workshops, public speaking, wardrobe and colour consultations and personal shopping styling sessions, based in Perth, Western Australia.

 

For more information on all things styling, visit me on Instagram Facebook, or my website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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