Whether you choose to acknowledge it or not, the way you dress creates an impression about who you are and where you want to be. The clothes you wear even has the potential to influence the impression you have of yourself.
The clothes you wear can have direct and indirect effects on your confidence. Certain types of clothing can significantly decrease your level of confidence, while other types of clothing can positively impact your self-confidence. The level of confidence you project communicates your personal brand, especially when it has to do with your career, and you do not want to take this for granted.
When you wear a dress that does not feel comfortable, it certainly affects your delivery at work. For instance, wearing an outfit that is too fitted or too loose or doesn’t match your personal style steals your concentration and confidence.
You must have heard the saying “Dress how you want to be addressed”. If you are a CEO or a Director of a company, you need to look the role. Your appearance determines whether you are taken seriously or otherwise.
There are certain clothes in our wardrobe that make us feel confident anytime we put them on. Those clothes are what we are referring to and the best way to figure out what works for you is to acknowledge your personal style and decide which version of yourself you want to portray to the world. It is amazing how you can influence people’s perception about you based on the image you put out about you.
The way you dress speaks a lot about your personality. For instance, if wearing a pair of trousers, a shirt, and heels make you look smart and feel much confident, then you may consider wearing more of that. Or you rather go for a dress or a skirt and top with a Blazer.
If you are not too sure what exactly works for you, we are here to help you redefine your personal style!
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