Impression Management

What You Wear:The Key to Confidence And a Window to Your Personality

You can find many definitions of what it means to ‘’be fashionable’’. When I  talk about a personal style I don’t mean that your clothes need reflect what the latest issue of vogue shows, what I mean is that your clothing should reflect you and your personality. Here’s why:


How you look on the outside reflects how you feel on the inside. Are you full of confidence or more the shy type, raring to go or in need of a nap, Ready to meet any challenge or looking for any excuse to dive under your disk?

How you look affects your attitude, your decisions, and often what plans you choose to make (or, more importantly, not make). You never know what the day is going to bring, so you should be prepared for all situations (within reason). If you leave the house in the morning looking so-so you’re less inclined to accept that spontaneous invitation for drinks or dinner after work. You don’t always have to be dressed up in cocktail attire, but if you look great and are confident in your outfit (even if it isn’t as dressy as you’d like). You’ll be more inclined to accept the invitation.

The way you look and feel about yourself influences your confidence. One of the sexiest things a woman  can own is her confidence. You want to look fabulous at all times because, let’s face it, you should always  look like the fabulous person you are! Confidence is your best accessory . When you walk into a place, ‘’I look smashing’’ others will think the same thing. Trust me.



Posted on June 26, 2017, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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