Don’t cover up
I am really against ‘covering up’ parts of the body that people don’t like, camouflage and balance is key! For example, if you are unhappy with your legs, try wearing a dark colour on the bottom and draw the eye up with a bright blouse or jacket. Embrace what you love and extenuate that. This will ensure all eyes are drawn to your best bits, and you won’t even have to think about the rest.
Be picky with trends
Every style does not suit everybody. Comfort is key to feeling confident, so instead of jumping on a trend, try introducing it into your wardrobe subtlety to find out what works for you. For example, if floral prints are in, try working the pattern into your outfit with a bag, belt or tie, and see how you feel. That way, you can be on trend and feel in control of that trend.
Timing is everything
When planning an outfit for an interview, date or party, take your time in choosing something you really like and don’t wait until the last minute to choose your desired look.
If you go shopping in a rush, it will turn into a headache and you’ll come away with something less than perfect.