Dressing Well,Looking Stylish – Doesn’t Need to CostBy Angela Marshall, 22nd Jan 2015
Dressing well and looking stylish means wearing clothes that fit well, are clean, neat and tidy but also reflect our personality, so we feel comfortable and portray a confident and positive image. It is important to be well groomed whether in formal or informal situations. Looking scruffy doesn’t give a stylish appearance or show respect for yourself or the people you are with.
It is important to learn and adapt your style as you change whether by becoming older, developing your personality or changing your lifestyle. We all will go through various phases in our life – teenage, parenthood, new job to promotion to later life in retirement.
Here are some tips on looking stylish:-
Well Groomed – Be Clean Neat & Presentable
Ensure your clothes, shoes, hair and nails are clean neat and presentable.
A Style to Suit Your Personality
Understand what styles, fabrics and textures compliment you, reflect your personality and that you feel comfortable and confident in. Avoid others advice or wearing what others look good in if you do not feel great and enjoy wearing them. Add accessories which you enjoy which will bring out your own style and reflect your personality.
Dress appropriately for the occasion
There are such varieties of choice whether casual, informal, formal or eveningwear. Check out the dress code and ask for an example if they do not make it clear when attending events e.g. informal and no jeans, formal with tie or dress better than trousers for ladies.
Style rather than High Fashion
Transitional trends become less important as we get older and the way to look your best consistently will be through simplicity; consider style rather than high fashion.
Mix and Match
Learning to mix and match helps to avoid the need of too many clothes and gives variety to what you have.
Finally, remember to walk with confidence, a good posture and remember to smile!
Pics: ladies cape from Lacorin