Working with a tailor is an excellent way to get a great fit. Many women have never worked with a tailor or only occasionally for an event like a wedding and have no idea what sewing professional really does behind the scene. Here are some of the things your sewing profeessional wishes you knew before hiring them.
In September 2017 Soror Style hosted an anonymous survey of 141 Sorority women, most of which self-identified as Curvy women. Like the research nerd I am, I combed through the data and looked for correlations. I went all loosey goosey and didn't put things through a rigorous data analysis but I did find out some very interesting data. Let me share my findings with you. I even created an infographic!
Use these simple tips to look your best. Picture your favorite outfit. The one you always reach to when you need to impress. Chances are this outfit fits and flatters. When you feel good, you look good. Now let’s take it a step further. Take a more critical look and really see what it is about this outfit that appeals to you.
Curvy women come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Women that self-identify as curvy may be plus size, “straight size,” or even a combination of the two, with a different sized top and bottom. Whether you are curvy up top, around the middle or down below there are a number of styling tips that will help you look your best.
I know the impact my beliefs have on not only how I feel, but also how I behave. I recognize that believing something about a situation determines how events progress. What I think and feel about another person affects how I relate to that person. The same is true with my beliefs about myself. Those thoughts determine how I perform.