Please look at this beautiful picture!
Classic fashion show picture right? A gorgeous model wearing a Dior couture superb dress and yet… look at these people faces! Most of these people are not even mentally present in the room, they don’t see her hairstyle, the ladylike perfect cut of this beautifully simple dress, the black pearls, or her precious attitude. I would say that only two people in this room are actually seeing her, the lady in the gray sweater dress behind her, and the man with the purple pants. She’s admiring her, her style or her elegant dress and he’s… well his reasons might be more down to earth male reaction to pure beauty.
But what about the other women present at that event? I’d say the lady from the right side of the purple pants guy is the only one really thinking: “Wow! Beautiful dress! Where could I wear it and would my black lace heels be too much or just enough to match this dress?”
The blonde from the right side of the model looks like she’s having cramps, the one at the left side of the purple pants guy is dreaming away and the one sitting just in front of the model, front sit, has a really bad day, and she’s not going to waist even a look at this fashion masterpiece. She doesn’t give a f..k and she’s strong enough to show it but not strong enough to live. What do you think? Click the picture and really look at these people! Now let’s go back to you. And me. And any other women before any other major event.
Do you think that your own “public” will see you? Will they be interested in how your dress fit you? Will they care about how you feel in your evening dress? Will they notice your natural make-up? Your elegant attitude? Why? What’s in it for them? What’s in their opinion for you? Do you want to be admired? I bet Dior wanted more than admiration for their Couture Collection. Do you want to make them envy you? The more you’ll try, the more they’ll look away. Like the lady in the front sit. Do you want to catch “him”? Well… This model here is proudly being a hanger for this dress and hopes she’ll be chosen again at the next casting. She’s honest about it. What about you, can you be honest to yourself about what you want your outfit to do for you? And what are the chances of success in getting what you’re looking for from other people’s approval, admiration, attraction? Do you want to be chosen by? for? Don’t reduce yourself to the value of a hanger. Be self sufficient! Make yourself proud! Feel good in the dress you like. Choose your men from your admirers. Have standards. Dress yourself to happiness!