One styling tip that has been in existence for long and remain valuable is confidence.
Rocking your outfit with appropriate confidence will always stand you out anywhere you go. Confidence will give you the poise look and unexpected attention which a latest trend rocked without confidence won’t give.
A unique great feeling sure comes with wearing something you’re confident in rather just the latest designer outfits.

Would you believe that something as simple as how you dress could affect your attitude and self-confidence? The truth is, how people dress is related in some way to how they feel. They feel first and dress later. Try to remember a time you didn’t feel well, were you keen about pulling out your most fashionable wears ? Not likely. You probably pulled on whatever was closest to you and dressed the way you felt at the moment.

If you change the way you dress the way you feel will sure change. When you are dressed well and look good you automatically feel better. When you feel good you are more likely to feel good inside, have more energy and treat others better.

To enhance your attitude, self-confidence and feel good about the outfit you choose to wear at all times, you need to be aware of the following:

1. The event you’re attending

Whenever you want to pick an outfit from your wardrobe, the first thing you should always consider is the event you’re attending. Whether you are going to a business meeting, shopping, to church or to a gala event, what you wear should be tailored to each.
For business setting such as your office, conference among others, your dress code should be tailored to the smart and formal look needed there. The likes of suit, blazers, smart pant trousers and skirts works for this.
Social occasions can include anything from a lunch with a friend to a formal event. To feel comfortable at an informal social event opt for unmatched suits, denim skirts, khaki pants and turtlenecks. Black tie means formal and white tie means ultra formal. At a black tie event men wear tuxedos and women wear cocktail or long dresses.

2.The people you will meet there

The people you will come in contact with at your event should be put into consideration. They can be your clients, boss and colleagues (in business) or your peers (social situations). Dress to fit the image of a person in your role. We don’t expect to see bankers dressed in jeans and a t-shirt; farmers dressed in suits; clean mechanics; or cleaners wearing delicate fabrics. When you are dressed out of your role your competence comes into question.
When you dress to suit your role you feel more confident. People want to interact with people with whom they feel comfortable or who they feel are like them. That means knowing what is expected in particular roles and dressing to fit that role.

3.Your own unique style
Your personal style is expressed in everything you do. When it comes to fashion your style is evident in the patterns and texture of fabrics you like to wear as well as your accent pieces such as jewelry, handbags and shoes. When you are aware of your style and feel comfortable with it then you can express yourself with confidence.
Take time to determined which of classic, romantic, sporty or dramatic style defines you. The classic style has an elegant traditional look and wears timeless garments. The romantic style has a soft feminine look and prefers to wear dresses and skirts rather than pants. The sporty style likes casual comfortable clothes and prefers natural fabrics. The dramatic style is sophisticated, turns heads and likes to wear the latest trends.
Discover cover which style is unique to you and put it into consideration as well.

4. Know the effect of colours

Colour is the magic that brings interest to our world. We are instinctively drawn to certain colours and respond to them with feeling. When used in garments and laid against our skin they produce either positive or negative results. The right colours will make your eyes sparkle and your skin glow; while the wrong colours will make you look tired and your skin drab. This is why it is important to know the colours that look best on you. You can do this yourself by sitting in front of a mirror, placing different colours next to your face and notice which colours make your skin come alive and which ones wash it out.
Colours are exist as both warm and cool. When you discover which colours look best on you and wear them consistently you will notice that you look better, feel better and have more confidence.

When you know these four things explained above you will be comfortable  in your outfits always and rock them confidently.

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