Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society. ~Mark Twain
It is often said, clothes speak silently. Our dressing sense is our identity and tells everything about our personality and thoughts. Dress is an image of our mind and speaks our unspoken words to others without knowing by us. By wearing a good dress you can win first impression of the meeting with someone while you can lose a chance of meeting by using a poor dress. Let us share some tips on good dress ups.
- First of all, a dress can’t be worn on every occasion. Every event demands especial dresses up for its celebration including, suits, casuals, party wears etc. Your dressing style depends on your personality and the environment of the place. Choose your dress accordingly to impress others.
- Your dress must suit you. It should display leadership, control and comfort because dress is the most visual impressive part of your personality which represents your inner thoughts.
- Choose matching colors and designs with your physical personality to avoid an odd look. Choose perfect color combinations as example you may dark soft colors with various light shades of gray or you may choose completely light and soft colors for your dress. Use minimal texture or design in your official dress while you may choose stylish dress for personal moments with family and friends.
- Wear matching to your personality instead of following the trend. Everyone has his own unique physique, coloration and looking which must be suited with dress. As an example, vertical lines will show you slimmer and thick and horizontal lined texture will make for a fatty look.
- Wear a belt and this belt should be match with your shoes (always polished).
- Always remember to have a tie with your suit.
- Have a smile on your face because good facial impression is also a part of your style and personality and it must exude a positive approach.
- Body language represents your strength and personality. Use positive and aggressive body language. Consult with your image/wardrobe/fashion consultant to have an effective appearance.