7 Radical Personal Style Changes You Should Seriously Consider
Do you feel a bit fed up with the way you look?
Maybe you don’t feel very confident about your style when attending social gatherings? It’s no secret that the clothes and fashion accessories you choose to wear are because you think they look great on you.
The thing is, wearing the same types of things or putting on the same kinds of fashion accessories can make your personal style – and self-confidence – feel a little lacklustre.
Thankfully, it’s not difficult to improve the situation and refresh your personal style.
With that in mind, take a look at these radical suggestions for improving what you wear and the things that go with your outfits:
1. Your Shoes Matter
Let’s face it: everyone needs to wear shoes. You probably buy footwear that matches certain outfits or clothing combinations, but it’s likely you also don’t put lots of thought into your shoe choices. After all: people don’t notice other people’s footwear, right?
The truth is, people do notice what individuals are wearing on their feet. That’s why you should make a concerted effort to buy shoes and other footwear, such as sandals and heels, that you fall in love with and that perfectly complement the things you wear.
2. Go Bold With A Belly Piercing
Do you sometimes wear outfits that show off your midriff? If so, have you ever considered belly piercing rings? They are excellent ways to create unique focal points on your body (more on that in a moment), plus you can get all kinds of flattering belly piercings.
One of the advantages of wearing belly piercings is how they work well with people of all shapes, sizes, colours, and heights. You’ll likely also find that getting a belly piercing will provide you with a self-confidence boost.
3. Have A Focal Point
Some people might argue that the outfit you wear is your focal point, and while that’s true to a degree, the focal point in this context refers specifically to something like a fashion accessory, such as a hat, a scarf, or even a purse.
Such focal points will mean you get noticed in any social event, and it can be a great ice-breaker when talking to people you’ve never met before. Think about what could be the perfect focal point for your personal style, and add it to your wardrobe!
4. Upgrade Your Underwear
Have you ever noticed how the underwear you have on can be easily visible underneath certain outfits? If you wear a tight-fitting dress, for instance, some types of underwear can cause creases and lines.
You don’t necessarily need to go out and spend money on new underwear. Have a look through what you’ve got already, as you’ve probably got a few examples that won’t cause creases and lines in the outfits you wear.
5. Add Some Colour
Are you someone that always goes for specific colours, or perhaps similar shades or tones of one colour in particular? Maybe you’re someone that prefers to wear dark coloured clothing for self-confidence reasons?
If any of those examples above sound like you, now’s the time to think about going bold and beautiful with your colour scheme.
Adding more colour to your personal style will impact you in several ways. Firstly, you’ll be more memorable with your new colour choices.
Secondly, different colours will have lasting effects on the people you meet – good for dates and job interviews! Lastly, you’ll feel more confident with your look.
The great thing about makeup is that people who are bold enough to try different styles or colour schemes often set new makeup trends.
As you know, there are so many makeup products on the market that you won’t find it hard to seek out new products to help you create a unique new look.
7. Go For A Completely New Hairdo
One final point to consider is your hairdo. You’re likely someone that has kept the same or a similar hairstyle for many years – or even decades. It’s familiar; you know how to maintain it, and it’s part of your signature look.
The thing is, change is good, and your personal style needs to evolve with change, so it makes sense to try a radical new hairdo. For example, if you’ve always had short hair, grow it long and vice-versa.