You Are What You Wear

The clothes that you wear have a surprising effect on your attitude and confidence, which is why it’s important to always dress for success. This doesn’t necessarily mean wearing formal or business attire every day, but making a habit of wearing clothes that make you feel good about yourself. When you know that you look good, you tend to feel good, and so wearing clothes that you like will improve your mood and give you a boost in confidence. Your clothes are a visual representation of who you are, so dress the way that you want the world to see you.

Here are a few tips to help you look and feel your best. 

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Find your colors

Colors can have a major effect on the way you feel, and wearing an outfit with the right colors will make you look and feel good. You may find that you feel your best in a bold red or bright yellow, or maybe you prefer wearing soft pastels or more neutral colors like black, white and gray. Experiment with wearing different colors, and find the ones that you feel the best in. That way, you have an idea of which colors to look for when you shop for new clothes, and you can always rely on outfits with these colors when you feel like you need a confidence boost.

Be comfortably stylish

When picking out an outfit, you may find yourself debating on whether to go for a bold look or to keep it casual and comfy. The answer depends on how each outfit will make you feel. If those high heels make you feel like you can take on the world, then go ahead and wear them and show the world who’s boss! But if you’re going to be slipping and stumbling, then a pair of flats might be the better option. You don’t have to stay in your comfort zone at all times, but you also don’t have to wear anything that makes you feel uncomfortable. Whether you choose to stick with comfort or go for something bolder, you should always aim to feel confident in your clothes.

Don’t forget to have fun

Remember, your style is an expression of who you are. When shopping for new clothes or picking an outfit for the day, the most important thing is that your clothes make you feel good about yourself. Don’t let fashion become a stressor in your life. While it can be fun to look at current fashion trends or ask your friends for style tips, try not to feel pressured to keep up with the ever-changing fads or worry about what others may think of you. Instead, look at fashion as an outlet for you to express yourself. Fashion should be fun, and your clothes should make you feel content and confident.

Look for clothes that help you feel confident

Now that you understand the effect your outfit has on your attitude and self-perception, it’s time to start looking for clothes that will make you feel like the best version of yourself. Keep an eye out for clothes in your favorite colors that will make you feel empowered. When you first try on an outfit, take a moment to see how you feel in it. If it makes you feel uncomfortable or awkward, try a different outfit instead. If you feel confident and happy in it, then wear it and show the world your style. Always remember that the most important thing in fashion is feeling good about yourself. Your outfit tells the world who you are, so wear it with confidence and don’t worry about what anyone else may think.

Our mission is to help people find confidence in themselves and improve their well-being. To give you that confidence boost, we have designed a selection of tee shirts and hoodies with smart messages. You are what you wear, so wear clothes that show your confidence and strength.

To browse through our selection of clothes with smart messages, visit The Smart Spirit shop. https://thesmartspirit.com/smart-shop/clothing/ 

For more advice on improving your confidence, practicing mindfulness, and living a smart life, visit The Smart Spirit blog. https://thesmartspirit.com/blog/

Ariella is a senior at San Diego State University studying advertising. She is passionate about creating content and especially enjoys writing about travel and lifestyle topics.

by Ariella Hayden


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