You could be the most beautiful woman on the planet but if you lack self-confidence that beauty won’t get you very far. Confidence isn’t something that most people think about “putting on” or as something that can be worn, but it most certainly is!
When you go out for the night you want to feel great in whatever outfit you walk out the door in, am I right? The only way to ensure that is to bring your confidence along too (It should ALWAYS be with you). If you’re not confident in the outfit you’re wearing then don’t wear it. You have to feel comfortable with yourself before you can have a good time. Just think back to the last time you forced yourself to wear an outfit that wasn’t you for the night, did you have a good time or were you too worried about your image the entire night to have any fun?
Gaining confidence in yourself isn’t and shouldn’t be hard. It just takes some practice and a little faith. Daily News featured an article that discusses how self-confidence can be reached. Brett Hoebel explains the three “strengths” you need in order to radiate your confidence from head to toe.
“Strength to be confident”
If you don’t believe in yourself first, neither will anyone else. Once you find the strength to love you for who you are, not how others want you to be you’ll be much much more confident, happy, and sexy. You’re one step closer to wearing your confidence.
“Strength to define your beauty”
You may have heard other people define beauty as being tall, skinny, blonde, etc. but really when it comes down to it “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” If you think you are beautiful, that’s when others will start to think so too. Try sitting down and defining the word “beauty” (in your own words) and then look at yourself in the mirror. You’ll probably be surprised to see that you’re beautiful based on your own definition. You’re two steps closer to wearing your confidence.
“Strength to accept your body”
The body you have is the one you were born with. Sure we can “tweak” it by eating right, and working out but that’s not the only way we can tweak our bodies. Part of treating it right is accepting it too. You won’t be able to pull off “sexy” until you learn to accept your body. The only opinion about your body that should matter is your own. Congratulations! You’re wearing your confidence.
Don’t forget to put on your confidence the next time you walk out that door!
“WHAT MATTERS MOST IS HOW YOU SEE YOURSELF”