To be good on the outside, we must feel good on the inside. The exterior reflects our interior. To nurture self-esteem, it is essential to take care of yourself, to dedicate a few minutes a day to yourself either to think, to relax, or to exercise. Exercise is especially important because it helps us look better and build endorphins. Of course, it also helps to surround ourselves with people who love us.
We must be aware of our image; no one knows better than yourself what your strengths are and what your weaknesses are. Also, using styling as a tool, we can hide those little “flaws” and enhance our virtues. We can learn what garments favor us according to the shape of our body, what accessories to choose according to the proportion of our features, or the color that best suits us. Feel according to the color of our hair, our skin, and our eyes.
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It is essential to bear in mind that our image conveys a lot of information. With our clothes or our haircut, we project, often unintentionally and sometimes wrongly, an enormous amount of information of various kinds: political tendencies, moods, sexual availability, and social status, among other labels.
It all Depends
The same way of dressing does not mean the same everywhere, nor on all occasions, nor all people. Everything varies depending on the country, and the region where we are, the season of the year, how old we are, or the context in which we are. We will not dress the same if we go to a job interview or if we go to dinner with friends. Our clothing will vary depending on the company or restaurant we go to. All factors must be taken into account.
It is important not to let aesthetic criteria be imposed on us in magazines or on TV. It is not a good idea to copy the clothes of famous people or a colleague or friend. We must be ourselves and follow our criteria. It is not advisable to rush to buy new clothes, thinking that we have nothing to wear.
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The ideal is to know how to take advantage of what we have in the closet and consider that, for example, with different accessories, it will seem that we have extra clothes.
Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff