Tips on matching an outfit

Sometimes I find myself waking up in the morning and feeling a little, colorful. The most important thing I manage to do when I wake up is to choose my outfit.

I start small with one piece of clothing and work my way up, for example, I pick one of my shoes or sneakers and depending on the color and style pick the socks and what type of pants I’m going to wear, the type of shirt etcetera. My outfits depend highly on my mood on this specific day; a happy day is a colorful outfit, a sad one mostly is all black. One of the things you have to watch out for when matching different colors is the material that your wearing. A red cotton shirt isn’t the same as a silk one, and each one matches differently with the other, so put that in your priorities. Another tip is probably dressing up according to the day you’re going to have; a sports day equals a sports outfit if you’re worried about sports outfit that doesn’t fit for every event there is only a word I have for you: “don’t”. First of if you feel comfortable wearing a sports outfit to a restaurant or a bar don’t hesitate to do so even if you might be concerned about others opinions. The last thing you want is for someone to choose an outfit for you or to push you on doing so, those days are over. Secondly, you can always wear clothes that work for more than one type of event.

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