4 Easy Dressing Tips To Feel More Comfortable Than Ever in Your Clothes

Have you ever wished there was a way you could look sharp in your clothes while still feeling like you’re at home chilling in your sweatpants? If so, you’ll be thrilled to know that it’s not as impossible as it sounds! Getting dressed, especially if you’re heading out to work or to meet up with friends, can feel like putting on layers of stiff, uncomfortable materials that can feel restrictive or even unnatural. It doesn’t have to be like that, though! Check out these easy dressing tips that can elevate your comfort and help you feel better than ever in your clothes.

1. Comfort Starts at Your Base Layer, So Make Sure You’re Wearing the Best Underwear for You

If you’re like most people, you probably don’t give a second thought to the type of underwear you put on every morning. After all, if nobody’s going to see it, why would it make a difference? You would be surprised, however, at how different you feel when you’re wearing pouch underwear that’s soft, comfy and fits just right. When you think about it, comfort starts at your base layer with the clothes that are closest to you. If your underwear is going to be sitting against your skin all day, why not invest in a pair that actually feels extra comfortable?

2. When It Comes to Style, Go With Your Gut

Part of the reason you might be feeling uncomfortable about putting together going-out looks is that you may be feeling pressure to wear the latest trends or whatever your friend group happens to be into at the moment. Style is ultimately highly personal, however, so when it comes to finding your signature look and the items that make you feel your best, go with your gut. Whether jean jackets, full-on tuxedos, tuxedo-design T-shirts or just classic sports-branded hoodies are more your style, the key is to find the pieces of clothing that best express your personality. When you feel like your clothes accurately reflect who you are, you’re bound to feel miles more comfortable.

3. Buy Clothes That Look Great But Feel Ultra-Comfortable

At the same time, there are some professional or personal events that require a more formal level of dress, and you might not be able to escape them completely. Don’t despair, though! The trick to making it through a business dinner or your second cousin’s wedding without feeling restrained and uncomfortable the whole time is to shop for clothes that look great but are made of soft, comfy materials. Look for materials like cotton or polyester blends for options that will still feel great on your skin three hours into a work event.

4. Figure Out the Colors That Work Best on You

A huge part of looking great in the clothes you pick out that all too often gets overlooked is the colors involved. If you want to opt for casual clothes all the time, you can still elevate your look by choosing pieces that have colors that flatter you. Try on a range of colors and pay attention to what looks best on you, or which colors make you feel great. Once you know whether you have warm or cool undertones, for example, you can start buying those cozy sweatpants and hoodies in your best colors to look sharp even when you’re just relaxing at home.

Getting dressed can already feel like a pain – there’s no reason to make it worse by relegating yourself to stiff materials that just make you feel uncomfortable! Though putting together your look might not sound like something that can be done while maintaining sweats-and-a-T-shirt-level comfort, these easy hacks make it simpler than you ever thought. Try these ideas to stay comfortable while looking cool.

Meet the Author

Karie Herring

Karie Herring rambles of a former life in Phoenix, AZ while raising a teen and tween twins in their new home in Orlando, FL. She has been featured in AOL Money & Finance, Betty Confidential and Career School Now. She's a full-time technical writer, functional fitness athlete, overachieving wife and mom. She loves talking about maneuvering motherhood, womanhood, and her passion for essential oils and natural living.

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