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Okay so many of us are going back to school, traditional students and no traditional students. Whether you are in high school, college, university fashion becomes a hassle, and many of us hate getting up in the morning looking at our clothes and picking repeats. But of course there are limitations - I mean we can not own a mall !!- so there we have it an economic limitation and another limitation is the clothing must be comfortable or else it would be hard to concentrate on your work, right? so this list of clothing from shoes, to lingerie, to clothing will help with avoiding repeats and being comfortable and modest this list can also help people who wear uniforms. This information comes from professionals who have great results picking out their clothing and they all look great- so their advice is a great asset
Shoes- when looking for shoes you have to look for comfort and quality the majority of the day you will be walking
Look for shoes that offer sufficient arch support. Our feet carry a load with each step we take.
Have your feet properly measured for shoes to fit correctly. This means looking at the length and width.
Examine the stitching and construction methods for your shoes. Double row stitching on the uppers, sealed seams with gussets, reinforcing rivets, and Goodyear Welt construction are indications of well made, durable shoes or boots.
1. Measure up:First of all, take measurement.
2.Try the bra:Now when you have selected the Bra you want in your size.Try it on, fasten the bra on the loosest hooks
3.Test out your new Bra
Look down between your breasts and if you see even a little bit of light passing through between you and the band where the band crosses between your breasts, then the band size is bigger for you go for a smaller band size.
When you try on a smaller band size always remember that the cup size should increase relatively to compensate for the smaller band size, and vice versa.
The Cup test: If your bra has passed the band test, then move towards the cup test. If your breasts bulge over the top of the cups or at the sides of the bra, it means that the cup size is small for you. And if the Fabric of the cup wrinkles then it is too big for you. The cups should always create a smooth line where the top of the cups meet your breasts.
If it is an underwired bra you are buying, then put your thumbs on the sides of the bra under your arms. Feel the place where the edge of the cup touches your skin. If you can feel the breast tissue under the wire then the cup isnt big enough for you. The outer edge of the cup needs to be sitting off the breast, on the flesh under your arms. Try a bigger cup size. The wires running underneath the bust should lie flat against your rib cage and enclose the breast rather than sit on the breast tissue. The front panel between your breasts should not dig in, rub or stick out at the front. If these wires are lifting away, this is a sign
Moving test: Move your arms a bit and see if it gives you the proper support and comfort that you need.
If all these tests are cleared..!! Congratulations you have found your perfect Bra. Dont hesitate to try different styles of Bras. Since every style fits and feels different and will shape your breast differently. I always tend to buy 2 or 3 bras in different colors when I get my perfect bra. Since you just saw it is a little time consuming job. So its always better to go for Lingerie shopping when you have couple of hours at hand and you are not in a hurry.
Steer clear of see-through mishaps. If you are wearing sheer clothing, it is best to go with a pair of panties that is in a skin tone color. Lighter women will want to choose a buff or nude color, while darker women may need a tan or brown undergarment.
Make sure that your underwear isn`t visible in your outfit. Avoid the peek-a-boo look by choosing a low cut briefs to wear with low ride jeans.
Choose the perfect fit. If the underwear rides up, curls up around the waist or pinches, then you will need to choose a larger size. If the underwear sags around the crotch or falls down, you will need to go down in size.
Complement your assets. Women who love their booty should choose a fanny flaunting thong or comfy, yet sexy, boy shorts. Show off a toned belly with bikini briefs.
Hide your flaws. If you need to suck it in or banish a roll, select a control top or slimming pair of panties. These are usually high-waisted panties that push excess fat back so that the stomach looks flatter. These can usually be purchased in most department stores.
Add assets. There are now panties that can give you a little extra junk-in-the-trunk without surgery. These panties have padding or silicone in the butt area to give you a little more curve. Some brands of "body shaping" underwear include Silicone Body, Bubbles Bodywear and Feel Foxy.
Lift and separate. There are also "body shaping" panties that are specifically designed to lift the butt and to help users avoid "monobutt." These panties are often made from stretchy, form fitting material. The cheek area is often cut out to create the boost and separation. These panties can be purchased from specialty undergarment shops.
1. Follow the Rainbow
This strategy comes courtesy of LearnVest reader Erin Greenbaum, who has used this technique for years with great success. Every day for a week, make sure that your ensemble includes an item of a certain color: week one is red, two is orange, three is yellow, etc. This will encourage you to search through your closet and actually wear the pieces that have been languishing, unloved, underneath your go-to items.
2. First In/Last Out
In her new book, You Are What You Wear, Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner says that the majority of people wear 20% of their closet 80% of the time. There are a number of variations on this first in/last out wardrobe strategy, which prevents you from wearing a few pieces non-stop.
Instead of wearing the same small percentage of your closet every week, do what Assistant Editor Alden Wicker does: After wearing an outfit, she hangs it in the most remote corner of her closet, which forces her to see only pieces she hasnt worn frequently. If shes totally uninspired by a piece staring her right in the face, she has to decide whether to consign it or not. Another approach (which might be better if you like to organize by item typedresses near dresses, shirts near shirts) is to hang each item inside-out after you wear it (assuming you dont have to wash immediately). This way, you can easily see which pieces youve recently worn, and which items you may have forgotten about.
3. Write It Down
Keep a journal of what you wear each day, and how it makes you feel. This will help you identify which shapes, fabrics and styles work best for your body and lifestyle, and will prevent you from making purchases that arent perfect for you. One reader has been keeping a journal like this for years and says, Along the way, I got to know what I should and shouldnt be buying. As cute as a babydoll top was, and as adorable as the fabric may have been, I learned that the style didnt make me feel great and would be a waste of money for me.
This strategy is ideal for those who have a ton of clothing but feel like they havent yet hit upon a cohesive style.
4. Have a Friend Consult
Sometimes, all it takes is an objective eye to take your wardrobe from fine to fabulous. LearnVest Account Executive Morgan Holland has her most stylish friend come over once a season for dinner and a styling session. He raids her closet, puts together head-to-toe outfits, then photographs each outfit for easy reference. Morgan says, His fresh eye always gets me wearing stuff that has been sitting in the back of my closet, and each time he leaves, Im armed with 20+ new outfits that I wouldnt have come up with myself. In return for his services, I thank him with dinner and lots of wine!
5. Choose Your Uniform
Tiffany Cowley, LearnVests Creative Director, looks great every daybut not because shes wearing new ensembles Monday through Friday. Shes more or less developed a uniformblack skinny jeans; solid t-shirts in white, grey and black; wedge heelsthat works for her. Shes always liked accessories like shoes, jewelry and scarves better than actual clothing items, so she keeps her clothes simple and spends her money on accessories. (She has three shoe racks and, she estimates, around thirty pairs of shoes.)
Look through your closet and think about what you wear all the time. While your uniform might be two or three basic types of ensembles, rather than just one, having multiple versions of these go-tos will free up time in the morning. Since you wont be spending money on different clothing trends each season, you can play around more with shoes and inexpensive jewelry.
6. Use Magazines as InspirationBut Not as Spending Manuals
Womens fashion magazines often inspire us with their stunning photo shoots. But trends resurface so frequently you probably already have items in your closet that are in this season. LearnVests Chief Marketing and Product Officer Ainslie Simmonds rips out photos from magazines then compares them to items in her own closet. Even if she doesnt have all of the components, shell know she only needs one or two small items to complete the looknot a new head-to-toe outfit entirely.
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7. Downgrade Your Wardrobe
Do you have dressy items in your closet that you deem too fancy for everyday wear, or that youre just waiting for the right occasion to use? If that occasion hasnt happened in the past year, chances are its not going to happen next year.