Most of us have experienced that feeling of self-doubt when getting dressed in the morning. We try on outfit after outfit, but nothing seems to look quite right. Our confidence takes a hit and we start to feel bad about ourselves. But it doesn’t have to be this way! There are a few simple tricks you can use to boost your confidence and make getting dressed a breeze.
Here are three steps to feeling more confident in your clothes:
1. Get rid of anything that doesn’t fit or you don’t love.
The first step is to declutter your closet. Get rid of anything that doesn’t fit or that you don’t absolutely love. If you’re holding on to clothes that are too small in the hopes of fitting into them one day, let them go. Chances are, you’re never going to wear them and they’re taking up valuable space in your closet. The same goes for clothes that are too big. If they’re not your current size, they’re not doing you any good. You can donate your clothes to charities such as Traid and redonate. They offer a a free clothes collection service to pick up donations from your home.
2. Invest in a few key pieces.
Once you’ve decluttered your closet, it’s time to invest in a few key pieces that you love. Find a few items that make you feel amazing and build your wardrobe around those. If you have a go-to piece that always makes you feel confident, start there. Then, look for other items that will complement it. Athlesiure will always be on trend I suggest trying our Recycled UPF 50+ long sleeve top with our legging. They are eco friendly, comfortable has UPF 50+ protection which is something new on the market.
3. Dress for your body type.
One of the most important things you can do to feel more confident in your clothes is to dress for your body type. If you’re not sure what your body type is, there are a few easy ways to find out. Once you know your body type, you can start shopping for clothes that flatter your figure. This will make a world of difference in how you look and feel in your clothes. CasuWares has clothes up to 6XL so there are plenty of choice.
Following these three simple steps, you’ll be on your way to feeling more confident in your clothes in no time!