Clothes reflect who you are – for better or for worse. While some people think this is unfair (and sometimes it can be), it’s often proven to be true. Wearing a suit can give an air of professionalism, refinement, or even sloppy. It depends on how you wear it. A pink suit can say femininity and polished. A suit that is multiple sizes too big or small will give the impression that you don’t know your size and aren’t as put together as if the suit were the proper size and tailored.
The beauty of clothes is that it provides an opportunity to express your personality to the world and invite them. People make judgments, which means your clothes can lead people to make positive judgments about you. Don’t ignore aspects of your personality, as it can be reflected in how you wear clothes. If you are a tomboy, a ruffled floral dress may not be you. If you wear it and feel that it doesn’t represent you – it will show!
To me, it’s important that I express as many facets to my personality and my emotions as possible. An idea on achieving a wardrobe which portrays you is to make a list of adjectives to describe you. Then, go through your closet and match clothing and accessories to those adjectives. Your denim jacket can say casual if covered in patches or feminine and delicate if it features crochet or lace detailing. Your favorite leopard print pump can speak to an outgoing, bold, or aggressive aspect of your persona. Mixing pieces with different vibes that speak to you will create a dynamic and stylish outfit.
That’s my little PSA for the day! Thanks for swinging by!