It’s no news that your wardrobe says a lot about you. What you wear can inform passersby of your type of employment, as well as your ambitions, emotions and spending habits. Most of us are not aware of what we are communicating most of the time…
I came across this interesting article from Forbes Woman where it is evident that now ‘what you wear’ phenomenon launched a whole new type of psychology, as per the clinical psychologist Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner who wrote the book on as she calls the “psychology of dress.” In “You Are What You Wear: What Your Clothes Reveal About You,” she explains not only how psychology determines our clothing choices, but how to overcome key psychological issues your wardrobe might be bringing to light in your everyday life, or even at work.
You see, it’s not enough to just follow fashion. Because being fashion-forward does not always contribute to elegance. And elegance is what you want and what you can build your own unique self-brand. You can start exuding influence in just about any setting without even intending to do so. People start trusting you more and whatever words you say to them will carry more credibility because you are the living epitome of elegance. Your words, actions, mannerisms and confidence become apparent. Self-confidence is the best outfit.
Yes and i agree with the idea that you should dress not how you feel, but how you want to feel. Which clothes make you feel powerful? Sexy? In control? Wealthy? That is why here in ‘Style-And-You.com’ we are passionate about creating the positive and long lasting impression and choosing the clothes that sends a right message to those around you, but also to you, yourself.