How to Feel Confident in Your Clothes

A few little tips on dressing for confidence.

*SOME OF THE ITEMS IN THIS POST WERE GIFTED TO ME BY COMPANIES, THIS IS NOT A SPONSORED POST AND ALL MY THOUGHTS AND REVIEWS ARE MY OWN.

I would not begin to say that confidence comes from the clothes or the accessories that we choose to wear, it most certainly comes from within but the exterior can certainly help bump up the confidence when you’re in need of a bit of help. Whether it’s public speaking, attending an event alone or simply popping to the shop we all need confidence once in a while.

Pick something that is comfortable but makes you feel good about yourself, you don’t want to be worrying if you’re flashing something or constantly pulling down hems. I tend to do a little fashion show in my living room, sit down in the outfit, wiggle about a bit to check everything stays in place. Then I know that I don’t need to worry. This also goes for style and colour, if you look good in blue then wear blue who cares if people always see you in one colour, if you like it rock it! I know I don’t look good in all white so steer clear of it.

     

Dress c/o SHEIN|Shoes – Kurt Geiger (similar)|Bag – H&M (similar)|Necklace – Oliver Bonas (similar)|Sunglasses – Ralph Lauren (similar).

Don’t over do it. Sometimes when we need a bit of confidence I find that we over compensate with our clothes, possibly to disguise our lack of it. Stick to simple items, take off the extra jewellery you already added and ditch the smokey eye – unless of course that’s the normal for you! This is not the time to experiment with a new look because if it doesn’t work you’ll be feeling self conscious the entire time. So pick something you know you look good in, flaunt the assets you love and ooze confidence wherever you go.

     

Once the outfit is sorted, take a deep breath and smile.

If you love this dress then make sure you head over to SHEIN and if you want a cheeky 15% off then just enter kate015 at checkout!

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