Would someone please dress me? 

This weekend was the curve fashion festival in Manchester, it looked as if it was going to be amazing and from the reports and photos it certainly was a fantastic weekend. 

As for me I didn’t go, I allowed my anxiety to win the battle.

I made excuses about starting university, exhaustion levels, financial issues.

But the truth is I find the fashion world daunting.

I think I have come to the conclusion that I have no personal style. The last few months I have fallen in love with so many pieces of clothing only to try them on an realise that they just don’t suit me at all. 

The idea of being in a venue stacked full of beautiful women who are completely put together just overwhelmed me.

I’ve come to the conclusion that I need to learn more about the fashion that suits me or actually earn enough money to have a personal stylist. 

I’m not sure if it is a confidence issue or an actual mental block when it comes to style but I am really struggling. 

I think I need to be on one of those television programmes where they dress you to suit your personality and shape.

Yet I am so frustrated at myself. I cannot believe I allowed fear win the battle again.

Seriously Sara you suck.

It feels like a massive step backwards for me.

I actually hate that I feel this way.

So if anyone of you fashion peeps out there fancy letting me know what I should be wearing please feel free to email me. 

Honestly and truthfully I need serious help. 

4 thoughts on “Would someone please dress me? 

  1. SARA you do not suck! You are amazing, beautiful and have a great sense on style.

    I went to the event and people wore a wide variety of clothes from. Jeans and tshirt, full on glam sequined capes, every day dresses every type of clothing was there.

    Look at the blogger picture Georgia put on and that is only a small number of the people who were there.

    My tip for events are comfy shoes. You walk far more than you ever imagine. Layers it got very warm. And a smile.

    Go speak to your friends meat new people. If at any point it feels too much there will always be one of use willing to nip outside to a quiet corner with you.

    You’re very well liked and thought of and not just by me.

    I hope to see you again soon xxx

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  2. Firstly, you do NOT suck! Going to these kind of events is HARD! Please give yourself a break, be kind to yourself. If I was in the same boat you would never tell me that I suck for not going!
    Secondly, try not to think about things suiting you, wear what you feel good in, what you think suits your personality. I am slowly learning what I love and putting my own style together. It’s not easy but bit by bit, item by item, you’ll start to realise what you like and what you don’t.
    What each person thinks suits you, or is flattering on you, is so subjective please try to put that to the back of your mind and dress for you.

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  3. I’ve learned a lot from fashion bloggers, especially those who have a similar body shape to myself.

    I think the most important thing is to make whatever the outfit you are wearing completely your own. I accessorize a lot. Brooches, scarves, jewellery..

    You could try posting some outfits here and asking for feedback and suggestions? 🙂

    BTW I’m a new reader to your blog, found you via Bloglovin’.

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