Dressing not only reflects a person's taste, but also brings many benefits to oneself. The ability to dress is not innate, but learned continuously, so how should we learn?

One is to fully understand your body characteristics and preferences, so that you can make use of your strengths and avoid weaknesses when dressing. For example, people with a plump, apple-shaped body or a short neck should not wear high-necked clothes, which will look particularly bloated. But when they wear clothes with big necklines, they look a lot better. When a person with a plump upper body wears clothes, the upper body should have vertical lines as much as possible, which will have the effect of visual elongation and make the upper body look thinner.

The second is to understand the fashion trends, and look at clothing models. A girl with good clothes must wear the most popular clothes nowadays. Outdated clothes are not considered to be good at dressing.

The third is to learn basic color matching methods. Color matching is very important. Fourth, practice more, and slowly you will find your own style.

In our daily life, how we dress is closely related to ourselves, and our daily clothes represent our personal image and temperament. Getting people to know you and get their attention can take a lot of time and effort, but good clothes and a decent appearance are the quickest ways to get people interested in you. What's more, different clothes and cosmetics have an impact on a person's appearance. No matter how good it looks, it will be different because of the clothes at that time. In addition, in the workplace, learning to wear clothes also has many benefits for us:

First of all, to a certain extent, dressing in the workplace is also the first sense for others to understand you. When you don't know a person deeply enough, the first feeling is very important, and the first feeling is often the impression of a person's overall dress. If you want to give people a better impression, you still have to learn about workplace collocation.

Secondly, for many workplace friends, to a certain extent, it represents not only their own image, but also the image of a company. In this case, the company will also require employees to dress up, such as dress code. To be decent and so on, so as to better reflect the positive image of a company.

In addition, the workplace is also a small group living in groups, and formal wear is also a kind of respect for each other. If it is too casual or personal, it will also affect the mood of other colleagues. After all, everyone likes beautiful things, so that working together will be more comfortable.