Tall Short Full Figured or Slim, this is how to own the room with your Style this Winter
One of the best seasons to display a keen since of style is winter. The weather is crisp, nights are long, and even the trees shed their leaves to display their true beauty. Winter is the best time to shine.
Regardless of your body type, culture or insecurities here a 5 Tips to help you turn heads this winter.
Know your body. Accentuate what looks good and hide what’s under construction. Don’t feel bad if those after work workouts never happened. No one needs to know. Consider getting a flattering new hair style or pair a statement necklace with your look. This will force others to focus on what you want them to see. If you feel like you don’t have a sense of style, fear not, basics are much appreciated. Here’s a tip, turtle neck shirts are a great way to display jewelry, a hair style, or a flattering lip color.
Think outside of the comfy box. Yes it’s cold outside, but an ensemble shouldn’t reflect your undeniable desperation to be back under your covers. Instead, use pieces that can be layered. This will provide comfort and create a more polished look.
Listen to music. While your getting ready play a song that makes you feel good. Don’t underestimate on the power of music. Encouraging tunes can change your mood and promote a confidant attitude.
Remember the details. Dot your eyes and cross your T’s. There is something to be said about the person that does not pay attention to detail. Before you leave the house make sure you don’t neglect the small things like hands, fragrances, and dental care.
It’s winter and the year is almost over. Be proud of all your accomplishments, hold your head high. Confidence is the best way to own the room.
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Angelisa Ross is a San Jose State University alumni, entrepreneur and a writer with one goal and one goal only, decrease low self-esteem in women. She is a Journalist for Workingmomin20s.com covering pop culture phenomena and social issues for millennial that enjoy critical thinking. She is a dynamite combination of knowledge acquired from long nights of studying diligently in school, and enjoys all things natural, beautiful, and #vintage. Her mission in life is to use her creative talents to inspire the world.