Women’s Clothing

Women’s clothing is something special, because we have more of a variety in clothing than men do. In a way, your taste in women’s clothing says a lot about you. Not in the personality quiz sense, but in the sense that your taste in clothing can be used to make an accurate assumption about the type of woman you are.

Woman's Jacket

This includes womens clothing for work. For example, a woman who wears comfortable shoes and scrubs is most likely a nurse. Wouldn’t that be an accurate assumption to make?

Seriously though, you can tell a lot about women based on the clothing they wear. If they wear work clothing more than casual, it is likely that she works long hours and doesn’t see much sense in extending to her wardrobe.

On the other hand, some women can get out of work and put on something entirely different. Some may view this change in clothing as a “personality change” but only because the change is so drastic. In fact, it doesn’t have to be work clothing that a woman changes out of. She can, in fact, be changing from her “usual” clothing that is super casual (usually jeans and a t-shirt or comfortable clothes that can be used for both lounging and working out in) into something that is ultra feminine and sassy, say a dress.

Women’s clothing is not to be underestimated, just like the woman who is wearing that outfit.
What you put on in the morning will determine how others view you as well as how you will view yourself. Above all else, choose women’s clothing you are comfortable in that will also make you feel your absolute best.

You don’t have to follow women’s magazines and choose women’s clothing that will “show off your better features” because that’s certainly not what ‘dressing to impress’ is really about. Instead, focus on women’s clothing that you feel your best in, whether that be comfortable jeans or a flirty summer dress. The bottom line is that the womens clothing you wear is an expression of who you are, and that’s all that matters!

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