Friday, November 14, 2014

Dress For Success

Every morning I wake up and the first thing I turn to for clothes for the day are my favorite sweats and a sweatshirt. If that's not the first option that pops into your head, you're lying! If I could go to school everyday dressed like a bum, I totally would. But, chances are I wouldn't have many friends and I wouldn't be doing that well in any of my classes! Believe it or not, scientists have proven that if students dressed nicer for school their grades would be higher, simply because they will pay more attention in class. If I worse sweatpants and a sweatshirt to class everyday I would probably fall asleep half of the time! Here are a few tips to help you "dress for success"!

1. Get Ahead Of The Game: Lay out your clothes the night before school! If you do this then you won't have to worry about trying on three different outfits after staring at your closet for fifteen minutes. It will be a huge time saver! Also, decide what you will be doing with your hair and makeup the night before and lay out only the products you will need for the next morning.

2. Mix & Match: Nobody has enough money or clothes to wear a different outfit every single day. Try mixing things up, try wearing your favorite shirt under a cool jacket and add a necklace! You may have worn the necklace, jacket and shirt before but they will look so great if they're all put together!

3. GET UP!: The hardest part of any morning is waking up and actually getting out of bed! If you need to get up by 7, set your alarm for 6:45 so you will have time to wake up and check every social media site you want (we know we're all guilty of this!). If you wake up fifteen minutes earlier and give yourself the time you need to lay in your bed, you'll actually get up when you need to! Bye bye rushing!

Not only will dressing nice help your grades it will also help your self esteem and confidence! Wear an awesome outfit everyday and walk around school like you know that you're beautiful! Have any tips about dressing for success?

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