Your wellness is about more than just your health. It’s also about your mindset, and there are certain things that can really help you get in the right frame of mind each and every day. One of those things is feeling good about yourself, and amazingly, your wardrobe can have a decent affect on how you feel about ‘you’ each and every day.
Take some time to look at your wardrobe, and think about how you feel in each piece of clothing that you own. You want clothing that makes you feel good, and makes you feel comfortable. The same goes for the accessories you combine with the clothing that you wear.
Look At Your Accessories
Accessories can be a big part of your wardrobe. When you put on something that is pretty bland and boring, the whole look can change with the perfect necklace, brooch, or bracelet. That’s why you need to make sure you pay attention to the accessories you have on hand.
Do you have items that match you and your wardrobe? Do you have some timeless and unique pieces? Even something as simple as a ring can change your whole look if you’ve put some time and effort into choosing the perfect item or even had a hand in designing it yourself.
Consider The Season
When it comes to having a wardrobe that makes you happy, it’s important to consider the season. If you’re stuck with long sleeved shirts in the middle of summer, you’re going to be hot and miserable, and uncomfortable, which is going to make you far less than happy. That means you need to have a wardrobe catered to every season.
Pick Colors And Cuts That Make You Comfortable
Sometimes your comfort in certain clothing revolves around more superficial things, like the colors you prefer to wear and how something fits your form. Some people enjoy clothing that is more form fitting, while other prefer baggy clothing.
If you are comfortable in the clothes you are wearing, you will feel much better about yourself. Don’t let someone else tell you how to dress. Don’t let magazines influence you, unless that’s what you want.
Don’t Be Afraid To Let Go
A cluttered closet is not going to bring you happiness. In fact, it may add to your stress on a daily basis, especially if it’s unorganized and you can never find the clothing you’re looking for. Don’t be afraid to get rid of clothing that just doesn’t work for you anymore.
That means not holding onto clothes that don’t fit you anymore, whether they are too big or too small. For some people this type of clothing can be motivation for weight loss, or gain, for for many it’s just a detriment. Don’t hold onto clothes, or any items for that matter, simply for sentimental reasons. Make sure your belongings have a purpose, and you’ll feel better about being surrounded by them.