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How To Be More Comfortable In Your Clothes

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Clothes make a strong visual statement about how you see yourself. If your clothes are comfortable—like, pajama-level comfortable—you will live for the cold, love getting dressed up, and look forward to long flights. So yeah, it’s definitely worth a little bit of consideration.


What you’ll find is that comfort is all about fit, fabric and versatility. 

Stretch Your Shoes a Bit
We know it’s tempting to sprint out of the store wearing your brand-new shoes but for the sake of your feet, don’t. Have them stretched by your shoe repair shop or stretch them yourself with inserts or thick socks. Blisters are not worth the instant gratification you get from wearing them straight away.


Beware of Vanity Sizing
Not only are XS through XL not to be trusted but actual waist sizes can differ from brand to brand too. Given that, always try on two sizes to make sure you’re getting the perfect fit. If you’re buying online, read the item description and look to the exact measurements for clues on what to go with.

Buy Breathable Fabrics

Natural fiber fabrics like cotton and wool allow moisture to escape while synthetics like polyester and acetate do not. In fact, the stifling quality of synthetic fabrics will make you sweat and stink even more. In other words, think twice before buying all your clothes at high-street stores. I will do you better, don't shop at high-street stores?

Always Dress in Layers

Dressing in layers pretty much guarantees comfort. From your freezing-as-hell office to the sweaty, overcrowded bar you frequent after work, an outfit with options will keep you comfortable no matter what life throws your way. I have now been sharing tips on how to layer because it is fun to write those posts. 

Invest in Staying-In Clothes
From cashmere socks and blankets to proper pajamas, spending a couple of bucks on luxurious downtime clothes will make changing after work a euphoric experience and safeguard you against a variety of uncomfortable travel scenarios. Plus, you never know who will drop by—might as well look your best.

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19 comments

  1. Yes to these tips! I try to buy breathable clothes and invest in high quality stay-in clothes! They make all the difference!

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  2. I know how important it is to have clothes which fit well - how often do we buy something that is just a bit too tight or too long and then feel awful every time we wear it!?
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  3. I really like how your shoes match your scarf so nicely. Also, I can only wear breathable fabrics. My eczema wouldn't have it any other way.

    I just got sent a pair of comfy/cozy slipper socks that you can heat up in the microwave to keep your feet warm. I cannot wait to wear those all winter.

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  4. I so agree on the vanity sizing issue!!!

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  5. I'm big on buying breathable fabrics when looking for new clothing! It makes a world of a difference in comfort. :-)

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  6. I agree with all of these! Especially dressing in layers, you can take off and add if needed. Plus it looks like different outfits!

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  7. Great tips I normally wear leggings and stretch jeans when I want to be confortable x

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  8. Yassss to investing in staying in clothes!! I LIVE for my cozy cashmere sets and coordinating pajamas. I'm a homebody at heart so having nice pieces to lounge in just makes my heart happy!

    xx Mollie

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  9. Some great tips. I love your shoes

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  10. These are seriously awesome tips, I love to spend a little extra on home clothes

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  11. Dressing in layers is a must but I also agree with the other tips

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  12. Great tips and advice!! Being aware of vanity sizing is huge! I always tell myself, no one know what size I'm wearing so buy the size that fits ME! No matter what "size" the store says it is

    -Morgan
    How 2 Wear It [] http://how2wearit.com

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  13. Such great tips! I love the bit about vanity sizing. It can be so easy to let the tag sway you into purchasing a different size than what would be comfortable!

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  14. Such great tips! Love your outfit lady!

    Rachel
    www.hello-her.com

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  15. I totally agree with the "staying in clothes" comment. Comfortable, higher quality clothes always make you feel and look your best.

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  16. Great tips even thought I'm guilty of choosing stylish pieces over comfort. LOL!

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  17. Comfort is sooo important!! I love the layering tip, definitely helps with being comfortable! Great tips.

    Kileen
    cute & little

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  18. Great tips! Comfort is key! Love your flats!

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  19. I totally agree with investing in staying-in clothes... I proactively live in my loungewear!

    xo, Kristina

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