Thursday, March 28, 2019

Become A Well Dressed Woman

"Hello Bombshell" list "The 101 Things That Happen To You When You Become A Well Dressed Woman."

Think of it like the domino effect. Dressing well is that very first domino that triggers a series of positive events in your life. Dressing well is one relatively small, yet significant, self-improvement step that can serve as momentum to living a most beautiful life. 

Here are my top 10:  

  • Your self-confidence increases.
  • You feel good about yourself.
  • Which makes you smile more. Hence, people smile at you more.
  • You understand the difference between Fashion & Style.
  • You hate feeling underdressed.
  • People compliment you and you accept the compliments graciously
  • Dresses become more comfortable to wear.
  • In group settings, people want to hear what you have to say.
  • You’re more engaged with life.
  • You become happier!

Who would’ve thought dressing well could impact your life so much. To level up your look and style is not easy, but I promise, it’s a fun and worthwhile journey I invite you to embark.


Check out the whole list and aspire.


  1. I've been perfectly aware of those things you list in you Top Ten for years. Living in Seattle, the home of the Grunge look, however, I more often dress to blend in for everyday expression. While I still strive for femininity in my look, it is only occasionally that I wear a dress.

    Yesterday, I had some appointments and errands to run, and I was thinking of wearing a dress for a change. After reading your post, I made up my mind to actually do it. It was a great day! Just before going home, I stopped by the grocery store, and a woman approached me from behind, saying, "I know you must hear this all the time, but I have to tell you that you have fantastic legs." I replied that I hadn't heard it in a long time, since I wear jeans almost every day, and then I thanked her. The last time I had worn a dress and heels, it was in the same store that a man stopped in front of me to tell me I was a "monumental woman." I'm still trying to figure out what he meant by that, but I choose to believe it was a compliment.

  2. Thanks for sharing with your readers. I love your fabulous content :)

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