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Thursday, June 28, 2012



The psychology of putting together an outfit is clearly a huge topic. As you said, everyone has their comfort zone be it small and conservative, or large and adventurous. What matters most is the comfort and confidence the outfit gives you, as dressing to someone else's standards is a fools game.

Unfortunately some people still ignore traditional advice and choose patterns, styles and colors that simply don't compliment their complexion. Filtering down so many fashion choices to a complementary subset is a good start, so that creating an outfit - being brash and loud, or modest and unassuming will always yield a good result. If you'd like to find out more about what clothes suit your body shape, and which colors suit you best, you can visit

All the best

Julie Bindeman, Psy-D

Hi Karen.
You might be interested in a book that a friend of mine recently wrote: "You Are What You Wear"--she looks at the psychology of what people choose to wear and what it says about them. Let me know if you want more information, as I'm not intending this comment to be a commercial for my friend. :0)

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