A lot of people are held back by worries about how they think that their friends will perceive them if they upgrade their style. People want to upgrade themselves, to look better, and to be perceived as better by the way they dress and present themselves, but they are worried about what other people will say.
But it is important to understand that most people are obsessing over themselves, to the extent that they are unlikely to notice or care about the way that you are upgrading yourself. This frees you in a lot of ways to do whatever you want, without fearing other people’s opinions.
But once you have made the decision to start upgrading, how do you go about it? What are the first steps? Today, I am walking through the exact steps that you need to take to get started on the path to an upgraded look and presentation, without shocking your friends.
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- A lot of people are held back by how they think people will react when they see them
- When you understand that most people are fixated on themselves, it takes the pressure off of you
- Some people won’t like the fact that you have upgraded your style, but that is a reflection on their problems, not yours
- But if you upgrade your style, you can be perceived as more valuable than another employee or job candidate, when you may be close to equals, but your style suggests something about you as a person
- Just because something is unfamiliar, doesn’t mean it is bad
5 Ways to Level Up Your Style Without Shocking Your Friends
- Step up key clothing pieces, one piece at a time. Look at what you’re wearing right now, and ask yourself what key item you could upgrade that would level up your entire outfit without being a drastic change
- Upgrade your accessories. If you don’t wear a watch, maybe start. If you do, look into a way to upgrade it. Same with other accessories
- Start wearing a fragrance, used in moderation, instead of just deodorant. Think of it as an “invisible style accessory.”
- Upgrade your shoes. Look into dress boots, maybe rugged. Just look into small steps that will upgrade your style without making a huge splash in your overall look
- Get everything, including the clothes you already have, tailored to fit you personally
Understand that most people are focused on themselves, which frees you up to do whatever you want, and upgrade your style in whatever ways you want, without worrying about other people’s opinions.