Believe me, there is nothing complicated about picking out an outfit in a few minutes! But I understand you might think differently.
When you expect your wardrobe to work by some art of magic without having planned it, you are going to end up feeling very disappointed.
As I always say, you don't go grocery shopping for tonight's meal without checking what you already have in your fridge and pantry. You might come home without the main ingredient to complete your recipe. The same happens with your outfits.
One of the easiest ways to finish and complete your outfits is by using accessories.
Like on the picture below, I took a plain black outfit to a more dressy outfit, by just adding a scarf and a pair of pumps.
This top is super plain, it just has a V neckline and I even wear it to go to the beach.
This is one of my favourite ways of dressing up outfits - adding some colour or bling through accessories and a pair of heels.
As always, the most important part is how you feel and making sure you feel YOU with the accessories you are wearing.
Now it's your turn. What is your style personality when it comes to accessories? Is it bling? statement pieces? or flats and simplistic styles? No matter what your style is, you can always add your personality to it.
Make sure your clothes represent you and make you smile when you look in the mirror.
I am wearing: Top: Seeds, Jeans: Marcs, Shoes: COL.
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Have an amazing week!
Alba Gomez is an image and personal brand coach, keynote speaker, first impressions specialist and professional image consultant.
Born in Colombia and based in Australia, she travels nationally and internationally for speaking, executive coaching, consulting and training.
Alba works with individuals and small groups right through to large corporations. She brings her client’s image into line with their personal and professional roles, giving them the clarity and confidence to look and feel their best. Alba uses a unique, results-orientated approach, drawing on her 14 years of experience with systems and processes as an engineer.