Do you ever get so overwhelmed by the options in your closet that you don’t know what to wear? Do you have trouble picking a shirt, pants, and shoes that match? There is nothing as frustrating as choosing an outfit before going out. If you do not dress properly, you can feel awkward and uncomfortable in front of other people. If you are looking to avoid this situation, then please keep reading.
Think About the Weather
The weather is unpredictable and can change at any moment. For example, if you put on a jacket in the morning and are going to walk around outside, you may not need it by noon. Or if it’s sunny at 8 am but starts raining at 10 am, you may not want to take your jacket off right away.
If you’ve been wearing something that’s comfortable all day and suddenly realize that the weather has changed drastically- say it’s hot outside when previously it was cold, then don’t be afraid to change into more appropriate clothes.
If there are plans later on in the day (like going out with friends), then make sure that what you’re wearing isn’t too formal or uncomfortable for those activities. It’s better to check the day’s weather by clicking here before taking the final decision.
Think About Your Plans
Once you know what type of clothing to wear, the next step is to think about the occasion. This may seem obvious, but it’s important to remember that not all occasions are created equal. If you’re just going to the grocery store, then there’s no need for a full suit or cocktail dress—just something casual and comfortable will do. But if you’re attending an important work meeting or dinner with friends or family members who live far away, then dressing up is called for.
Additionally, when deciding what clothes to wear each day, it’s important to consider who else will be present at your destination. For example: if it’s a wedding and most of your fellow guests will be wearing dresses or suits (or if they’re just really old-fashioned), don’t show up wearing shorts and t-shirts unless that’s just how everyone dresses there normally.
Finally, consider where exactly your event will take place; if it happens outdoors in direct sunlight all day long, then maybe skip those dark pants since they can get hot fast under such conditions. For perhaps try bringing along some sunscreen lotion so as not to burn yourself while walking around outside too much during daylight hours without protection.
Be True To Your Self Image
When deciding what to wear, it’s important to be true to your self-image. If you feel comfortable in what you are wearing and feel like yourself, then the chances are that is the best outfit for you. Sometimes we are so focused on making other people happy that we forget about ourselves and our happiness. When you choose an outfit that makes both yourself and others happy, then you have found a great outfit.
Pick From Your Style Cards
As you look at each piece of clothing, ask yourself the following questions: Is this item something I wear often? Do I like it? Does it fit my body well? Will this outfit make me feel comfortable, confident, and relaxed? Is the color of this piece flattering for my skin tone and hair color? Have I worn this in the past few months (or is there an expiration date on it)?
If you answer yes to these questions, move it over to your style card. If not, then put it back in your closet and try something else.
It’s About Your Identity and Confidence
If you’re not sure what to wear, ask yourself these questions:
- Who do I want to be today?
- What’s my style?
- What’s the weather like and what are my plans for the day?
- If I am free to select anything, what will it be?
If you’re still having trouble picking an outfit, check out your Style Cards. These are little reminders that let you know how confident and happy each of your outfits makes you feel. You can use them as inspiration when deciding what to wear in the morning—or any time during the day if something comes up unexpectedly.
We hope that you will use the tips we have listed to find yourself a good outfit when you’re in a hurry or just don’t know what to wear. If not, then at least make sure that your clothes are clean and well-pressed.