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Dressing smartly when you are shopping for clothes means you will be treat with more respect and therefore get much better service. It’s also important to wear the type of shoes that will go with the outfit you are looking for, otherwise you won’t see the whole picture.
Assistants are there to sell the clothes, but if you tell them that you are trying to establish a particular style they are usually helpful and should give reasonably advice. If you can’t find a friend to go with you, trust your own judgment; if you think something looks awful then it probably does!
Age and personality have a lot to do with style. However much you may want to wear the latest fashion that will get you noticed, if you feel uncomfortable you will never look ‘stylish’ – and may get you noticed for all the wrong reasons. You have to be able to wear your clothes with pride and confidence.
The most stunning outfit worn by somebody with drooping shoulders and a hanging head will look nothing, whereas a dress from a chain store worn with unusual accessories and confidence can look a million dollars. You can put your own touches to any outfit by adding:
* A distinctive brooch
* An unusual belt or shoes
* A scarf or shawl
* A special necklace or earrings
* Beautiful buttons
* Exquisite accessories
To make the right impression and create a positive image, clothes should be worn like a second skin, reflecting your mood and character. If you go out of the door first thing in the morning knowing you are wearing the wrong thing, it can affect your performance all day; so go back in and change!
It is very, very important to keep your clothes in excellent condition. It goes without saying that they must always be clean, as a line of make-up round a collar will ruin an otherwise stylish outfit.
Creases, tears, holes, stains, loose buttons, uneven hem lines or laddered tights all make a negative first impression and definitely have no style at all! Style takes time – so check your clothes regularly to ensure they are in tip-top condition whenever you need them.
But whether you are going out to a party or just to shop in the supermarket, your clothes must be clean, pressed, coordinated and distinctive to create that certain something called ‘style.’
write by Genevieve