Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Rise Above And Always Dress Your Best

Life can be tough and overbearing at times. Adults have work, bills, relationships and most times another persons schedule (being their children) to juggle. While teens and young adults have homework, essays, studying, sports and also relationships to juggle. All of these things constantly being processed by your brain all at once on a daily basis can and will take a toll on your overall attitude and outlook of how you see yourself and the world around you. 

 If you don't posses the effective time management skills, you'll feel constantly bogged down. This is something we can all relate to. In these common cases, you don't dress your best simply because you don't feel your best. I also understand that some work at home, so you may not have the motivation to put in that extra effort to look your best because you don't have to go out. Who's gonna notice that you've been wearing the same sweatpants for three days in a row? No one but yourself, right? This isn't acceptable and in this article I’ll tell you why it isn't acceptable, on top of the benefits of always dressing your best.
 
 

Earlier I stated that when you don't feel your best when you don't dress your best. Well it works both ways. When you don't DRESS your best, you wont FEEL your best! A classic catch 22, right? Being presented with this theory, it's your job to rise above this classic catch 22. If you continue to accept the fact that not feeling good will ultimately translate to not looking good, you will always be stuck in this continuous matrix of depression. The word depression has a lot of powerful connotations to it, but believe it or not, if you're stuck in this rut, that is exactly what depression is…a rut. The only person that has the power to change this predicament is yourself. Use a higher level of thinking that we are all capable of by separating yourself from your feelings and show your best to the world and yourself. Don't let them see that you may be hurting inside, because this can put off a lot of people. I mean, when you see a person in public wearing rags, aren't you put off? Of course you are. That is not called being judgmental, it’s called human nature according to our experiences.


When you dress up, your confidence, energy, mood and self image instantly increase, right along side with the clothes on your body. People usually have a set of regular clothes and another set of clothes put aside for special occasions. Forget the regular clothes! Who wants to be regular? Now I’m not saying toss out 2/3 of your closet…lets be rational human beings here. But, if you really think about it, those clothes you have set aside for special occasions are as good as trash unless you have an active lifestyle, a job that requires you to dress nicely or a significant other to dress up for. Not everyone has the luxury of those things, so their "nice" clothes just sit and collect dust in the far side of their closet. If you're one of those people, take this advice seriously. Always dress as if you're going to a special event, because you never know who you may come across when out in public. The world is a big place with new events and people to meet, so don’t you want to be at your best? 


30 comments:

  1. I think the balance really is dressing your best without spending too much. That is my problem! Need to work on that

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  2. Thanks so much for these suggestions! I love all the tips you give. They really go a long way to making a girl feel good

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  3. Self image and self confidence is so crucial and important. If you wear a nice outfit and feel good, it makes such a difference in having a great night

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  4. I love these tips. I really need to dress better all the time. Some people do it and I always marvel at it. I'm just too lazy at times and don't want to be bothered

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  5. I've always had the motto 'dress for success' and I really find that makes a huge difference for my own self confidence

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  6. Great advice! I just bought a couple new pairs of pants and every time I wear them I feel soo great! I know the vibe I'm giving is completely different then the one I normally give

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  7. Let's all try to put these things into practice! It'll make such a big difference in all our lives and we can all be happier

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  8. If I followed these words I would have to get rid of half my wardrobe. Some of the things I buy look great when I try them on, but I never wear them again

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  9. My favorite colors are blacks and whites. I always look so much better with them on, and they make me feel so confident

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  10. So many of my outfits are collecting dust just like you mentioned! I gotta pull those out of the closet

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  11. These are some really good suggestions. I will continue to evaluate and upgrade my wardrobe whenever I see fit. Money is always an object though

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  12. I don't look great in half my outfits but that doesn't mean I don't still have to wear them occasionally unfortunately

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  13. I certainly don't want to be regular! That isn't where all the fun is. Let's all have fun and look and feel our absolutely best!

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  14. So many things do come up on a regular basis that is just time draining and energy zapping. Need to find other ways to feel and be positive

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  15. Wow! Good stuff! I want to feel like a million bucks every time I go anywhere, whether that is the grocery store or to get gas. Smart thinking!

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  16. Love Mary Jane Fashion. They have some great outfits, I shop there whenever I can. Good outfits do make such a difference, especially for me

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  17. Funny how different outfits can be so different for every person. I like red and yellow, but my girlfriend can't wear those colors. She looks terrible with them.

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  18. I don't want to be depressed in my outfits anymore. I hate going out and constantly thinking i look terrible. Affects my mood, and i'm depressed the rest of the day

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  19. Love that black dress in the picture. Do you know where I can find that? I can totally rock that outfit. Looks amazing! Outfits make such a difference i agree

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  20. My dress definitely, like you said, is influenced by my moods. If i'm grumpy i wear whatever I feel like, usually not flattering. If I'm happy and joyful, I really go all-out with my outfits

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