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Dressing Sense: How To Dress Wisely For Personality Development

Posted On : December 1, 2022

Ann Mumbi

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What we often say when meeting someone for the first time reveals a lot about who we are.
It’s important to present yourself professionally when you meet someone since “the first impression is your final impression.”
The way someone is dressed is the first thing we notice about them since it gives us a sense of who they are; even when presenting ourselves, our body language takes a backseat.
The crucial point is that your sense of style should reflect your personality because it has a significant impact on how your personality develops, even though that doesn’t imply you have to be fashionable.

A person’s sense of style, body language, and personality are all reflected in how they dress.
And the truth is that how we dress enhances both our physical and psychological attractiveness since beauty isn’t only about height, weight, or skin tone; it’s also about how you portray yourself to others.

The psychology behind dressing well

  • Being well-groomed enhances our personality and fosters relationships with like-minded others.
  • You may increase your self-confidence by dressing nicely, and people will notice this when they see you.
  • Always try to dress in something upscale and formal that makes you feel good about yourself.
  • It is a proven truth that dressing professionally improves your ability to concentrate, focus, and motivate yourself, whereas wearing casual attire can make you feel fatigued and distracted.

According to studies, dressing formally has an impact on our life, helps us feel more powerful, and encourages positive thinking.

How dressing sense plays a major role in an interview?
The way you present yourself communicates a lot about your status, personality, and identity. When someone sees an image of themselves, it is when they form their first impression.
When attending interviews, some people make the mistake of dressing too garishly or garishly, which creates a negative image. It is best to dress formally at all times. For men, it can be a suit jacket, tie, and shoes with rolled-down sleeves.
For ladies, the suitable attire is a dress, pants, or a saree blouse.
For women, it can be a dress, a pair of slacks, or a saree with a blouse, depending on what is appropriate. To avoid being overlooked, try to wear a few accessories.

Your personality will shine more when you are dressed more professionally, and choosing unprofessional attire will raise your chances of being rejected during the job interview.

One should dress as though they are already renowned or successful, as though they had the ideal dream job and generous pay because how one presents themselves will determine how others will see them. Being presentable throughout the interview makes the interviewee feel good about you.

Reasons you should dress well every day
Your personality can be found in the clothes you choose to wear on a daily basis whether you leave the house for work, school, an interview, or shopping.
People typically focus on how well-dressed you are and what your clothing says about your personality and what trends or fashion you should wear before they pay any attention to anything else about you.

  • A good impression of yourself positive thinking
  • Builds up confidence
  • Go with trend
  • It makes me feel productive to work
  • You look beautiful

Question and Answer Section!
How do the fashion choices of others affect us?

The same applies to others; when we see someone wearing something nice or appealing, we want to perceive that and harbor fantasies of dressing like them. When a new trend or style enters the market, we usually tend to mimic it or follow it. However, we must be careful to avoid letting others’ opinions shape us to the point where we lose sight of who we are as people.

My fashion taste differs from that of my friends and coworkers. Does this imply that my sense of style is poor?

Others will notice your sense of style and how you are seen by them. Being dressed differently from your friends or coworkers shouldn’t change who you are because you might have something that they don’t!

Your personality and confidence are boosted when you look well. And the important thing is to make an effort to be original and stylish in your own way.

How can I dress well while still being modest and simple?
Developing a “basic acceptable look” is the art of wearing it in a way that appeals to and affects others. Other times, dressing well only makes you appear adaptable and elegant. The most important element is high-quality clothing, which you can combine with straightforward accessories and a pattern in calming or vibrant hues to create a sophisticated look.

The only way to get attention is to look good?
It’s true that looking well enhances your personality, but this is not the sole standard by which you should be evaluated.
Some people dress simply, but it doesn’t mean they lack sophistication or riches; rather, it only reflects their preferences or level of comfort.

Conclusion
Everyone understands how important appearance and clothes are to every one of us.
Dressing up or dressing up doesn’t necessarily mean doing fashion things; rather, it refers to how it develops your individuality, character, and confidence in yourself and in what you wear.

People typically present themselves well in order to attract attention based on how they appear and to demonstrate their status, symbol, and class in society through their personality and sense of style. Because most of the time we are all focused on ourselves, how you are dressed matters more than what we imagined other people were thinking about you.
Every time we put on something, clothing creates a favorable association that we might use to overcome that challenge.

Photo: Ashok Sunny Tailored Limited

Content Courtesy of Social Dhara & NFH

 

Ann Mumbi

An expert in style and image, Fashion Addict focuses on brands worn by showbiz stars who have large numbers of fans worldwide Member Of #NairobiFashionHub Team

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