The best way for you to begin dressing with more confidence is for you to know what you look good in, and what you don’t. The biggest factor when dressing yourself is knowing what colours work well with your complexion and your hair colour. If you are able to find out this information then you will soon find that you can start taking your fashion game to that next level. Remember that finer features tend to fit into the “fall” category of warm colours, and if you have darker features then you will want to go for soft, or “spring” colours. Want some ideas? Check out T.M. Lewin.
Consider your Shape
Knowing your body shape is also very important if you want to start dressing with more confidence. There is no hard and fast rule here, but if possible, you do need to dress in ways that flatter your unique shape. This will help you to strut your stuff with confidence and it will also help you to feel better about the body that you have. Whether you are an apple shape, or pear shape, dressing for the shape that you are will make all the difference.
Play to your Strengths
When you are able to get comfortable with what happens to look good on you, you then need to think about your other strengths. If you know that you have a curvier figure then you may feel as though you are far more commanding in a dress as opposed to a pantsuit. If you are tall then you should know that vertical stripes will emphasise this, but if you wear horizontal stripes then this will do the opposite. If you can take the time to choose a flattering shape for your body then this will help you to coordinate your outfit regardless of your style.
Know your Personality
It is vital that you dress in a way that makes you feel comfortable. Styles that are natural to you might not be conventional but should communicate your personality so you can feel confident. If you can do this then you will soon find that your outfit feels like you, even if you know that you are not trying out items that you would normally go for. On top of this, your outfit is the first thing that people see when they look at you, so you have to make sure that you are as comfortable as possible.
Think about the Occasion
Another way for you to begin dressing with more confidence would be for you to look at the occasion you know you are going to be attending. It’s not easy for you to feel confident if you suspect that you are either overdressed or underdressed, so try and take the time to check the dress code so you can make sure that you look the part. This will help you to make the right choices.
We arrived at the Glasgow Fort around 12:30 and after sometime in Waterstones, we both were a little hungry so we started walking looking for somewhere.
I spotted MacTassos and HAD to stop and try their food, as I follow them on my Instagram and been meaning to check them out for a while now.
I got :
Falafel £4.50 (pita with tzatziki, tomato, onion, parsley and chips)
The smell of the cooking while I was waiting was amazing, made me more hungry.
This was my first Falafel so I was looking forward to trying it.
Yum Yum Yum! this was very very nice, it was filling yet light at the same time. It was the perfect stop for lunch today, and I am so glad I spotted them. I will try another option next time I see them.