How To Feel Confident In Clothes
Do you always find yourself wearing the same outfits and struggling to pick out your outfits every morning?
Trying to pick out a different outfit is always a struggle so nine times out of 10 you end up settling on a style that you don’t love and isn’t you. While it’s most comfortable, it doesn’t make you feel good about your style.
You have a closet filled with clothes but still never have anything to wear, here’s why:
You have a wardrobe filled with random pieces that can’t be easily mixed and match with each other.
You struggle with what pieces to add in that make sense for your lifestyle.
You’re an impulsive shopper, buying with no strategy, just because you like an item which then leads to a bunch of one-time wears; that is if you even get to wear it.
How To Feel More Confident About Your Style
Narrow down your style
Understanding your style goes hand-in-hand with being a smarter shopper, if you’re spending money on clothes, you should be wearing your pieces. Knowing your style and the different clothes that’ll reflect it will make it easier for you to shop.
Not sure what your personal style is? Check out my blog post: Defining Your Personal Style
Adding in the right pieces
Having a better idea of your style and the different garments that make up that style or styles, you’ll know the other kind of pieces to add to your wardrobe. The next step is identifying out of these styles, which styles make sense for your lifestyle.
I’ve included a 3-step Q&A process in my eBook, Building A Wardrobe: The Basics that’ll help you pinpoint which clothes, shoes to accessories you need for your day-to-day.
Filling your wardrobe gaps
Having a closet filled with clothes is almost pointless if you’re only wearing a few pieces. Adding your wardrobe basics will allow you to wear all of your clothes, start turning those one-time wears into new outfits and breaking out of your go-to outfits.
It’s a little shocking how adding in just a few pieces can transform your wardrobe and style.
I give you a complete list of basics, their different styles, outfit ideas plus a shopping guide in Building A Wardrobe: The Basics eBook.
Stepping outside of your style comfort zone
With these wardrobe basics, you’ll then be able to start experimenting with different styles, colors to prints that you may be a little hesitant about trying because you didn’t know how to style them. Because you can style your wardrobe basics with absolutely anything, these pieces will help ease you into these new styles and allow you to feel more confident wearing something you don’t usually wear.
Those printed pants that you felt were too bold for you, suddenly don’t feel so “in your face” once styled with your basics:
That jacket you’ve bought over a year ago and never worn, you instantly have different ways to wear it:
You can finally pull off a colored garment and not feel overwhelmed:
While your basics may appear to be too plain or boring, a functional wardrobe needs balance. By filling your closet with different colors and prints makes it harder for you to style these pieces differently, most of the time, you'll find yourself stuck wearing your clothes the same way because you lack those basic pieces that allow you mix and match your items to create different outfits around everything in your closet.
This eBook will also make you feel more comfortable putting together stylish outfits. Having a breakdown of the different wardrobe basics, you can add to any outfit to help create a dressier or casual look; you’ll suddenly go from never having anything to wear to have a wardrobe filled with different outfit options.
Your wardrobe basics will give you that confidence boost you need to create a style that you love.
With your basics, you can easily create a functional wardrobe where you can mix and match your pieces over and over to create different outfits around the same clothes without always having to shop.
They give you the confidence to feel better dressed in the clothes you have.
Wardrobe Building eBooks:
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