“A woman is never sexier than when she is comfortable in her clothes.”
– Vera Wang
Some people have this perception that the more you suffer for an outfit, the better it is. They could literally be in pain, but as long they look good, that’s all that matters–they’ll be making others believe that they feel amazing, not knowing that their outfit is actually a burden. Suffering and Smiling.
But I’m here to say that you don’t have to ‘break your back’ to be able to get the right outfit-whether financial, physically or otherwise. You can be stylish AND comfortable.
Comfort has always been a major thing for me when picking an outfit – I don’t even consider it if I am not pleased with how it makes me feel. For instance, I personally don’t like excessively tight and revealing clothing, so no matter what I make sure I always have a loose piece of clothing on. So if I want to wear skinny jeans, I would wear a loose top, just to give it some sort of balance.
And for this outfit, as you can see, you can look just as glamorous in sweats! Just accessorize the outfit to your preference and there you go – your comfy and cute look!
There are those situations where your attire is attractive, but you can’t even enjoy it because of how bad it makes you feel. You may look great in those gorgeous heels, but your feet ache with every step. Those designer skinny jeans may bring out the perfect shape of your butt, but you can barely walk in them due to their tightness. Your brand new Nike Air Forces may make you envied by all your classmates, but it gives your feet bunions.
Your style shouldn’t bring you discomfort. You owe it to yourself to look and feel great. Express your creative style and make sure it’s not only visually pleasant but allows you to feel fabulous as well.
So what are your thoughts on the outfit?
How would you have styled it, which color would you use, what clothing type would you prefer, or which other way would you have gone in creating a snug and stunning Style?
You guys are free to share your thoughts and more in the comment section below. I would love to see them and get a chance to interact with you, and if you have any question, just let me know.
Well that’s all…for now at least. I’ll see you guys next time. God bless.
P.S. Can anyone find the Fela Kuti reference in this post?