Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Comfort Zone

John Marine | 11:51 AM | | |
Everyone has a comfort zone with everything. Some people who try out new trends are often a bit skeptical because some may be outside of one's own norm. It is always nice to try new things every now and then. But with fashion, it is not always as easy as simply wear and go. Fashion does reward people who take risks wearing certain clothes and working certain trends. Always remember that confidence is key in any look or style. What good is it for you to look and feel your best when you are not in your comfort zone? Do not be pressured into wearing or dressing something if you aren't totally comfortable and confident. If you feel you need to change up some things about yourself, then make the needed changes- whether it's losing weight, learning how to walk in heels, or anything like that.

It is perfectly fine to go with things outside of your comfort zone, but remember to be confident in what you wear and how you look. Clothes don't make you better- confidence does. So even if you wear something outside of your comfort zone or what you normally wear, always remember to be confident in what you wear and how you wear it.





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1 comments:

John Marine said...

Great post! Keep up the good work !



 
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