Challenges for the Fashionista

When it comes to fashion, it’s not just a hobby or interest for many of us, but rather, a passion and a way of life. Fashion, for the fashionista, radiates out from their very soul and touches every facet of the sparkling diamond that is their life. And, so, looking your best becomes not just an ideal criterion, but a moral imperative that must be upheld, if at all possible. So, there are many situations that can have an elevated importance thrust upon them by your passion for fashion, if this describes you. Here are some tips to look your best in every situation.

So, here the scenario: You have an upcoming job interview, and you don’t know what to wear. It is of the utmost importance to make a good first impression here, whether you’re a fashionista or not, but if you are, it becomes a trial by fire. How best to impress without overdoing it, but still broadcasting a unique and memorable presence that cannot be denied? First and foremost, you want to do something in line with business casual. What this means is dressier, but not a suit or evening gown dressy. A nice, dressy blouse and dark colored slacks are a favorite in this category. However, skirts are an option, but too long or too short can ruin a professional look with ease.

Another situation: You’ve just found some previously unknown relatives via Ancestry.com, and that happen to live within driving distance, so you make a day of it and visit them to get acquainted. What do you wear to meet these long lost relatives? Since you don’t know them, you’re going to need a look with mass appeal. If you’re feeling like a dress, make it a sundress, as this type of look is less formal, and more fun. You won’t be intimidating your new relatives with this look, but you will still show them that your appearance is very important to you.

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