We all have brands that we love to wear, would never wear or wish we could wear but why do we choose to wear one brand over the other? It seems many people gravitate towards whatever pieces they like, pieces that mimic celebrities' style or the brands that are hot at the moment. However, the brands you choose to wear say a lot about who you are.
Why is it so hard for women to uplift each other? We seem to be so jealous of each other and think everything is a competition but it's not. What are we competing for, exactly?
Our hair is something that is often associated with our character and for some of us, it's something that takes a lot to maintain. However, there is no such thing as good hair. You either have hair or you don't. You also don't have to have hair to be beautiful.
What do you think of when you hear the word cheap? We often associate it with the price of an item but it should really be about the quality of the product. The value should be highly considered when determining if something is inexpensive or overpriced but when I think of cheap, it has nothing to do with the price..
When investing in your style, the first thing you should consider is a pair of shoes. If you think about it, your shoes really should be the most important item when it comes to your look. I don't mean your shoes should always be the focal point, I mean they should determine if you need to adjust your look.
Women are often viewed as weak and dependent individuals. There are many women who fall into the category of depending on men and not being able to find themselves when that man is no longer in their life. On the other hand, there are women who have a sole focus on being independent and who avoid being vulnerable.
There is a major misconception that fashion and style are one in the same when they are vastly different. Fashion is about wearing the latest trends while style is about wearing what identifies you. Fashion is what the world wants you to wear at any given time. Style is about who you are as an individual and what you want to accomplish in life. It involves everything from your color choices all the way to the brands you select.
Some women don't follow through with the standards they set in a relationship but what happens when he fulfills those standards and you still find yourself unhappy in the relationship? It could be that you don't feel a connection with him, circumstances change or you realize you have more needs than you thought.
Makeup is something that should highlight your features, it's not something that should transform your natural facial features. People should still be able to recognize you when you wear makeup compared to when you do not. Think of it as an accessory for your face. If the focus of your look is a blouse, you wouldn't wear too much jewelry that would take away from that focus, would you?