People judge a book by its cover, despite the millions of times they are told to not do that. You will be addressed based on appearance. Here's how to know what signals you are giving off with your style.
Where you are in your life, according to your style?
Are you a wolf in merino wool or a sheep in wolf faux? Your closet has the answers to who you might be.
Top to bottom, let's start with the hair. Adding colour to your hair or cutting it means you are having a hard time adjusting to some changes taking place in your life.
Short, skin-revealing outfits
You are at ease with your body, and currently trying out different things. You prioritise comfort and avoid things and situations that bring stress.
Plain, mute colour outfits
You yearn for simplicity. Your intellect is currently focusing on higher mental activity and you cannot engage in the hustle of matching outfits. Whatever you wear is either white or black and plain clothes.
You feel the need to be responsible by appearing classy. You want to be taken seriously so you cannot risk being caught in sandals or sneakers. Nothing says gentleman like dress shoes.
You want other people to see you in a professional light and that you have your life together. If corporate outfits, jackets, polo shirts, and the like dominate your wardrobe, presenting yourself professionally matters to you.
Perhaps the discomfort from heels makes them even more signature for being perceived as a serious person. You want people to know that you have class, care about your appearance and that you excel at things.
Customary wear is usually associated with seriousness and establishment. You want to be taken seriously and for your opinions to have impact because you feel like you have come of age.
Or you could be at the stage of matching outfits with a partner.
You want comfort in choosing what to wear and what you wear. You don't have the energy to care too much about what to wear. You want to relax and be comfortable.
These pointers are not conclusive but they are good indicators of personal life experiences and change.
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