Women empowerment is one of the most powerful movements in 2021. It’s so important to make every single lady around us to feel confident and appreciated. My entire blog is focused on women empowerment and development. Also, many of you might know that I’m a fashionista at heart. Therefore, I decided to share a little secret with you. How to use fashion to feel confident.

First of all, fashion and emotions have always been somehow connected. I think fashion is one of the most common ways of expressing ourselves. By using colours, prints, patterns and clothes you can show your interests and personality type. Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could learn how to be more confident with fashion?

Well, if that sounds interesting enough for you, read on!

Find your personal style

Everyone fits into a certain Fashion Pattern. Depending on the music you listen to, the films you enjoy watching, the books you read, you can easily define your personal style. For example, some people prefer colourful outfits and others prefer all black outfits. In fact, some people dress in the specific style of certain eras (the 00’s, the 90’s …).

The point is that once you find your style, your self-confidence will start to grow. Why? It’s simple, you’ll feel like yourself. As long as you feel good and find pieces of yourself in your outfits, your self-confidence and positive vibe will come naturally.

Finding your style might sound difficult. However, the journey itself is unforgettable. Start with creating a mood board using different inspirational pictures. You can look for inspiration on Instagram, Pinterest or Tumblr. Once you’re done, observe all these styles until you find the one that represents you the most. All this research can take a while, so brew a coffee and immerse yourself into the beauty of defining your personal style!

Walk, walk fashion baby

As Lady Gaga said, you have to hold your head up high and walk like the whole world is your runaway ! Walking can make a tremendous difference to the way people look at you. If you’re surrounded by people who look at you with admiration, your self-confidence will boost.

As for fashion and how it can help you – let’s talk about heels! Platforms, stilettos, wedges, peep toes, ankle straps. There are countless pairs of heels that can stand out in the crowd. For example, a pair of black stilettos will make you look elegant and classic. Your vibe will be straight out of a film noir! However, sandals and heels with interesting appliqués will bring your creativity out.

Therefore, high heels have an impact on your posture, vibe and style – they will significantly increase your confidence level.

Having a problem with colours?

Many people tend to feel quite insecure while wearing colours. If you happen to fit into this category, these pieces of advice are for you. Neutral colours such as white, black, nude are not only easier to accessorise and match but they might help you with your confidence. It’s a fact that most of the people tend to feel more like themselves and to be confident while wearing black for example. Considering that I’m a women empowerment blogger, my suggestion for you is to chose the colours that make you feel empowered.

All this colour theory will help you dress the way you feel. If you’re heading out in town on an evening, you can go for an all black outfit. However, put on red heels or lipstick in order to make a statement. Red mixed with black will always be a classic and elegant option. You will not only feel comfortable, but you’ll also rock your fit and be in the spotlight.

All things considered, you CAN use fashion in order to boost your confidence. It’s important to feel like yourself and to be comfortable in your own clothes. It doesn’t really matter how you approach your style, after all, it’s important that YOU like your aesthetic. Embrace your uniqueness and walk your way to confidence! Also, if you want to read more women empowerment articles, click here!

Don’t forget to slide in my Instagram DM’s (@notagirlygal) if you have any questions!

Until next time,

Miss Andrada



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