What Does the Language and Words of Your Clothes Speak About You?

How many ways can you cover your frame? There are so many different clothing styles and trends that it is impossible to keep up. I cannot even imagine wearing some of the stuff that is out there. Skinny jeans being one example. I’m sorry, but they make a guy look weird. I do like seeing the return of traditional style dresses in nice colors and fabrics. The dress was once the uniform of women, and trendy online boutiques are bringing their popularity back. However, I am also glad that pants of all types from jeans to dress slacks and even the presidential pantsuit can be worn by women today and it be considered fashionable.

There is so much to choose from and so many fabrics and textures and colors to to pick from that you can find something you personally like. I think the first rule of fashion is to make it about you. I, for one, prefer modesty in my manner of dress. I have coworkers that are a lot more bold in their use of colors and even the cut of the clothes they wear. No matter what you prefer, there is something on a clothing rack somewhere that will catch your eye. I like earth tones that include reds and blues and yellows. My sister can rock the fluorescent colors with black pants. A little too bold for me, but it works for her. My husband can make flannel look like a business suit, and our daughter looks fantastic in anything green. Her hair and eyes just make green look great on her.

My grandmother has been wearing grays to her work for a long time now. She is a professional in the medical field, and she benefits by the lack of color and relying on textures and cut to present the style she wants. Have you ever considered the words and the language of the clothing style you dress in? It might be very revealing if you do.