Just a few years ago I could not really get women who didn’t pay attention to how they looked. Until I’ve become one of them.
With a postpartum body, a baby consuming all the free time, and a full-time job I found my closet to be my biggest enemy. Or was I just too exhausted to connect with the clothes I once loved?
It took me a while to understand what happened.
I was not who I used to be, my body changed and my personality adjusted to the new lifestyle. Only my style held me back from embracing the change fully and left me feeling frustrated instead.
Materialist? I would not say so. I don’t need many garments (even though I enjoy having variety - let’s face it - but that is a choice).
I just believe in the power of clothes. I know they do influence how I feel and how I act.
And I don’t allow bad outfit choices to ruin my happiness.
Who feels this way too?
Do you believe in the power of clothes? Do you think clothing not only communicates about you as a person but impacts your thinking too?
I have created a poll here. I'd like to hear your opinion.
Until next time!