Feel Good, Look Good

This post is in Collaboration with Recovery Love and Care

In everyone’s lives, fashion means something different. There are all types of styles and trends that resonate specifically to a certain person and make them feel their best mentally and physically. We all gravitate towards those one or two items that scream comfort and confidence. I truly believe that the way you dress affects the way you feel and vice versa. I’m also a firm believer that this plays a role in your every day lifestyle and routine. For me personally, some of the items that I see as essential in my wardrobe when I want to look and feel the best are maxi dresses, off the shoulder tops, kimonos, flowy dresses, ripped jeans, and lulu lemon pants. All of these groups are dependent upon my mood, but all make me feel the most secure and confident.



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One of my best friends Jayne Mattingly has a growing lifestyle blog called Recovery Love and Care that is all about living for life, love and self-care. She has taught me that dressing in a way that represents self-worth, love and care is what’s most important. She’s also taught me that everyone deserves to feel good and look good, whatever that may mean to you. Jayne believes that giving yourself self-care within your wardrobe is key.

Life is all about change, transition, and growth, and without discomfort we cannot truly grow as human beings. Therefore in a world filled with many moments of discomfort it is best to avoid it when unnecessary! For instance, feeling uncomfortable in your clothes is something that no one should endure, in that it can truly lower your self esteem, and drive for the rest of the day. We follow so many rules, regulations, challenges, and standards within our day-to-day lives, therefore why not think outside the box when it comes to what you wear? Why not give yourself a little bit of self-love, and self-care within your wardrobe?” – Recovery Love and Care 

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