Getting Your Style Down To a Science


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We all know at least one person who seems to have his or her style down to a science. I am not necessarily talking about being a fashionista. I am not only talking about their wardrobe, but also the way that they arrange their homes, and in some cases, their offices, that so precisely matches their own vibes.

They even know how to pick the best pillow for themselves. Good sleep is essential to your health and a pillow that properly aligns with your head and neck is essential for this as well as looking after our body inside and out.

Choosing The Best Style of Clothes for Yourself

Choosing the best clothes and shoes for yourself should not be based solely on your size, but on your lifestyle and what colours look the best on you. It is also best to dress for the weather. If you don’t care about colours, my best advice is to go for neutrals, such as brown or chartreuse green. If you’re really in doubt, most people can’t go wrong with navy blue or black. Both colours are great at hiding body flaws and accentuating the outline of your figure. If you do care about colours, the best thing you can do is figure out which ones look good next to your face and best accentuates your figure.

Depending on your convictions, your clothes can be for utilitarian purposes or you can use them to make a statement. However, if you have a job that requires a certain dress code, you need to find a way to adhere so you can stay looking professional but also stylish.

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Choosing the Right Pillow for Yourself

Getting the best pillow for yourself should be based on your primary sleep position. Lack of proper neck support can lead to headaches and pain. It can also be kind of like the feet of someone who often wears high heels for hours on end. Eventually, their foot muscles get too used to the structure and relax into two unnatural downward curves. Same with a neck and an unsupportive pillow.

Back and stomach sleepers do best with a pillow that supports the gap that the neck curve creates. This means getting a pillow that is easily adjustable or at least conforms to head and neck pressure. Side sleepers do best with pillows that support their neck and spine. The neck curve doesn’t need to be supported. As a result, the pillow shouldn’t be too high or too low.

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How to Measure Your Size

No matter if you are looking for his or her style you need to know your clothing size, no matter what size that is, it makes your shopping experience so much easier especially if you want to be in and out of the store in a certain period of time, you can measure your body and outline your size ahead of time. The measurements usually include the chest or bust, waist, hips, and inseam. The inseam is measured from the crotch to the ankle. Women should be sure to measure with both a pair of flats and heels if they wear both. Women need to include their full bust for a bra size.

Men need to include neck measurements for dress shirts and this can be a little tricky. Many dress shirts actually use the neck size as their inch measurements. Wrap the tape measure around your Adam’s apple in a level manner. Don’t choke yourself but keep it just to the point where it’s comfortable. This is your true neck measurement. For your dress shirts, add about a half-inch or round to the nearest half-inch. For example, if it’s 12 inches, round to 12.5.

Remember, Relax!

Figuring out your best style is not rocket science and you don’t need to stress about it. Even if you’re on a budget, you can shop at a thrift or discount store and still have loads of fun while picking up some amazing pieces. However, if you are planning to shop at a thrift or discount store, remember that the clothing is usually secondhand. As a result, you want to watch for things like rips or stains and be prepared to do a little sewing but thats all apart of the fun, customising and being more sustainable. 



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