We are not supposed to judge a book by its cover. However, the truth is; that is easier said than done — people judge. You do. I do. We all do. It’s part of our human nature that is quite embarrassing. We can’t avoid being just and unbiased. If it were a television show, it’d be This Is Us.
The first thing people see is your face. That means your body language and everything else. Then, mostly in the same milliseconds from the above, how you dress. Yes, your clothes and how they fit you or not fit you. How they qualify your appearance. Within 60 seconds, your profile is locked in.
Tom Ford, one of the most respected fashion icon is quoted to have said, “Dressing well is a form of good manners”. Based on how you dress, you are automatically jumping into two possibilities. Don’t be surprised if you fail to meet the requirements of either.
As much as we’d like to agree that beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, there come a time when we all agree that so and so aren’t so high in the matters of fashion. Someone enters the room, and all over sudden, everyone goes entirely quite. We’re all thinking the same. What the heck is that? If she was fishing for the compliments, she’s in a wrong crowd. We are all in agreement that she ain’t going to get any. Strange, right?
Dressing well doesn’t mean dressing in out-of-this-world expensive stuff. What is it then? It turns out, there are standards of dressing well. You have to know the basics. You have to accept what God gave you. Michelle was crafted differently. You’re majestically made in your own way.
Ladies. Here is the ultimate starter guide to fashion. You have no reason to dress up like you are about to attend a Halloween Party