Choosing the Right Clothes

User Rating:  / 0
PoorBest 

Choosing the Right Clothes

Choosing the Right Clothes Choosing the right clothes can make the difference between looking great and looking worst. Do you know what makes a woman the centre of all attention? Her clothes. You may have a very beautiful face with rich makeup, but if you are not neatly, elegantly and suitably dressed for the occasion, no one is going to give you a second look, I believe that it is the inherent desire of every woman to be the focus of many adoring eyes and her happiness increases when she believes that she is looking beautiful and this in turn gives her confidence in herself and increases her attractiveness. It is not difficult to be well-dressed and sophisticated.

  • You must learn to dress with taste and imagination and wear clothes that suit you, instead of following the fashion blindly. The selection of fabrics and colors should suit your personality without revealing the inherent beauty secrets, therefore before buying any fabric, drape it over yourself and bur it only if it highlights and adds warmth to you complexion.
  • Never choose a color because it is in fashion or because it suits your friends. No matter what color you choose, it should always flatter you complexion. And never distort you self-coloring. Besides choosing the right shade, see that the clothes you wear fit you nicely.
  • Keep the clothes you have well-starched, well ?perfumed and scented with your favorite perfume. Buy your clothes selectively. Go in for fabrics sold by well-known stores and shops although clothes sold by these shops may cost more, but you can be sure that the fabrics they sell will have fast colours, will be extremely versatile, drape attractively, will be crease resistant. Besides you have the choice of selecting from many attractive colors and designs.
  • One quality which should always be kept in every woman's mind is that her wardrobe should give the impression of plenty. Therefore buy a varied wardrobe. It is a good idea to have some simple clothes in your wardrobe. A plain saree can be offset with a zari choli. In the same way, a plain salwaar kameez outfit or a plain churidar kameez outfit can be set off with an exotic dupatta. The dupatta and the choli can make the difference in the occasion.
  • If you are going for shopping, you can offset these outfits with plain dupatta and choli and if you are going for late night outing you can complement them with beautiful sequined accessories. Don't wear a dress every day, so that people get to identify you with that particular dress.
  • Try to create the impression of having lots of clothes by wearing them by rotation, in this way you will be known as a woman who has plenty of tastefully designed clothes in her wardrobe. The colour of clothes that we choose to wear also depicts our personality and can actually alter our mood.
  • For Example: Physically, red color tends to make the body tense while blue tends to relax the body. Red color excites us while blue tends to make us dull. Pink is warm and romantic while yellow is stimulation and inspiring. So, depending on your moods and the kind of place you are visiting, you should choose the color of your dress.

Japan drugmaker Takeda says will fight $6.0 bn US damages order

Japan drugmaker Takeda says will fight $6.0 bn US damages orderJapan's biggest drugs maker Takeda Pharmaceutical said Tuesday it would fight a huge $6.0 billion damages order imposed by a US jury following a trial over the safety of its Actos diabetes medicine. The company said it "respectfully disagrees" with the judgement awarded in the southern state of Louisiana on Monday, which also ordered the firm's co-defendant, US drugs firm Eli Lilly, to pay $3.0 billion in damages. The issue

... Read more...

Pro-Russian forces storm Ukrainian base

Pro-Russian forces storm Ukrainian baseArmed forces took what may prove to be one of their final stands in Crimea.

... Read more...

BoJ will continue its monetary easing program - Kuroda

BoJ will continue its monetary easing program - KurodaBank of Japan will continue to pursue its massive monetary easing program, with the Japanese economy only halfway to achieving its 2 percent inflation target, the central bank's governor said on Friday. The BoJ began an intense burst of monetary stimulus in last April, pledging to buy assets aggressively to accelerate consumer inflation to 2

... Read more...

Michelle Obama tells Chinese students internet freedom's a universal right

Michelle Obama tells Chinese students internet freedom's a universal rightU.S. first lady Michelle Obama told an audience of college students in the Chinese capital on Saturday that open access to information - especially online - is a universal right. But Obama stopped short of calling on China to offer its citizens greater freedoms on a visit in which she is expected to steer clear of more complicated political issues, but rather try to build goodwill through soft diplomacy. "It is so important for information

... Read more...

Common Good Capitalism to Emerge Via Voluntary Movement in the Private Sector

Common Good Capitalism to Emerge Via Voluntary Movement in the Private SectorThinking the Earth is flat was a stage in our maturation. The current form of capitalism is only a stage in our economic maturation. It is the opposite of collusion for self-interest. It is cooperation for the common good.

... Read more...

Estonia's new PM says Russia sanctions would hurt, but may be needed

By David Mardiste TALLINN (Reuters) - Estonia's new prime minister said on Tuesday that imposing economic sanctions on Russia would hurt European Union countries, but might be needed to send a strong message to Moscow. Taavi Roivas, who became prime minister of the Baltic state - an EU member that was formerly part of the Soviet Union - in late... Read more...