Best Women’s Clothing Singapore | 5 Ways to Dress with Confidence

clothing singapore

Best Women’s Clothing Singapore | 5 Ways to Dress with Confidence

Standing in front of the wardrobe, you are struggling to find a suitable outfit for yourself. Sometimes, even if the wardrobe is full of shirts, you would still feel confused.

“What should I dress? How should I match my outfit? Do I look good in this?”

Before we continue to the tips, you should know this:

“You look pretty in the way you are.”

Find Your Colours

Different people have different colours that are relevant to themselves. For example, those with fair skin textures might look better with a dark coloured theme. If you are unsure on the colour choice, you can try to recall the moment when you feel great with an outfit. What was its colour?

You might have your clue from there.

Understand Your Body Type

You should understand a fact that different people have their unique body type. Hence what looks good on others might not be the “right piece” for you. Knowing the type of your body can enhance your ability to decide on the clothes that best match with you.

Having this in mind, you should be aware that you do not necessarily need to copy all the outfits from the celebrities. Their styles or fashion can still be referenced, but you can decide the better outfits for you, and you only.

Match the Occasion

Meeting attire

You can never feel confident or feel good if you wear a normal pair of jeans with t-shirt into a formal meeting. Several dress codes are required for different occasions.

Hence, before you head into an event with your outfit, double confirm on the style and type of the occasion and evaluate if your current outfit suits with the theme. Any errors in matching the event and outfit could severely cost you your confidence.

Identical to your Comfort level

The outfit that makes you uncomfortable is never the right choice to makes your confidence. Different people have their own sets of concern while picking a dress. It doesn’t matter if you are the type who like to cover up more or less. For example, if you are the type who prefer cover up more with your outfit, a tight dress that gets shorter while you sit will make you very anxious and nervous about the environment.

Hence, regardless of how nice or how pretty the dress might look in the eyes of others; if you feel uncomfortable with it, it means nothing.

Dress for Yourself

Before we end our topic on outfit and dressing, we would like to inform you that you dress yourself up, to impress yourself. If you are concern on other’s opinion in your outfits, you can’t be confident in yourself. There is no way in Earth that we can compromise with everyone’s opinion.

If you feel good in that outfit, that is THE outfit for you.

An outfit doesn’t define who you are, YOU define who you are.

Walter Wong About the author