One day an employee of mine said, "I try on 14 outfits on many mornings before picking one to wear..." to my deep shock! You see, she's amazing so what the heck was she doing trudging her way through 14 grueling critiques to find just the right pairing of clothes? I understand, maybe, if you had a super important event that required just the right feel, or maybe a job interview of a lifetime.
Conversely, I subscribe to the First-Outfit Trend, which means what it says: throw on your first outfit, put your chin up, and walk out the door exuding fabulousness! Because it is that confidence that makes every outfit amazing. People are confused thinking the outfit generates the confidence when frankly it is confidence that generates your clarity that every outfit you put on work. And they don't just work, they work tremendously well.
This follows up on my theory that most people completely disagree with that says that all colors work on all people. You can read that by clicking here.
For the First-Outfit Trend to work, however, there are a couple key steps you must take:
When you know that you are a fantastic person it doesn't mean you look down at others. We can absolutely hold ourselves in high-regard and deeply respect others! So start cultivating true clarity about your self-worth, say outloud "I am a good person" 3 times a day, get rid of clothing that isn't joy-producing, only buy clothing you know you love, and put your chin up with your first outfit chosen each morning!
So instead of asking "Does this outfit make me look fat or bloated or make my skin look yellow?" or any of the other million questions that we may grill ourselves will when tying to pick an outfit, shift to questions like "What is incredible about me? How do I make the world a better place? What acts of kindness will I do today?"
Let me know how that works for you!
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