Empower Yourself Through Style

Dress For Yourself Not Your Audience

Dressing for your audience at work or within a social group audience can end in you feeling uncomfortable. It is difficult to feel the best version of yourself when you don’t feel comfortable, so wear what makes you feel great and not what people expect you to wear. Obviously, you need to gauge the context of the event you are attending, and wear ripped jeans to a black-tie event, but don’t put a round peg in a square hole.

Create A Personal Uniform

Don’t be scared to develop a uniform — if something suits you, buy one in each colour. It’s worth spending on great tailoring. If you find a particular blazer or pair of jeans that look fab on you, then go and buy three, if anyone asks if that was worn that yesterday then just simply tell them that you own a washing machine and to mind their own business.

Rock A Suit

The female suit carries a strong message, it’s powerful yet alluring. The suit is not just restricted to the office — switch the shirt for a blouse or t-shirt for a smart chic look for a date, or change the heels for some fashion trainers for a whole new outfit.

Only Purchase Items That Make You Feel Great

Only stick to clothes that you will feel comfortable wearing all day long and make you feel like the best version of yourself. Feeling confident is the foundation to getting what you want. Of course, you should also try some new looks, but only purchase something that is out of your usual comfort zone if you can see yourself rocking it in confidence.

Confidence Is Key

Ultimately, your fashion else does not define you as a woman, but, your confidence and personality do. Clothes have the power to make you feel like the best version of yourself, therefore can inspire you to kick ass which is what Style Counsel is here for. We want our users and women to feel like they can take on the world when they get dressed in the morning because, after all, we run the world.

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