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Staying Fashionably Smart by ou mackson.

Staying Fashionably Smart by ou mackson.

Staying Fashionably Smart by ou mackson.
Staying Fashionably Smart by ou mackson.

Staying Fashionably Smart.

Not all of us are born with good fashion sense or the ability to understand and combine colors and materials and acquiring good style can take time and even requires a healthy amount of self-reflection. But it is a skill one can learn within a short time if one put ones mind to it.
Your outside look is essentially a reflection of your beautiful personality on the inside and it must be perceived as such to stay smart.

You don’t necessarily need very expressive clothes, shoes or bags to look smart, you can buy a very cheap but nice clothes and accessories, rocking it with the right combo, will leave you astonished, especially if rocked with a high self-esteem.
Looking smart and expensive is not about the labels most of the time, it’s about something that comes from the inside; it is called “Self-esteem”.
Self-esteem heavily influences people’s choices, decisions and perception to things. It changes your total view to things that may have brought you down or made you feel less.
In fact, self-esteem is the first value to achieve in ones quest for staying smart always.

To stay smart always you need to know your body type and what fits your body type and as trends
change you also need to study the changes to know what you should wear to stay in the trend and maintain what works for your body type.

How to match colors is also key in dressing smart. Some of the basics you should know about matching colors is you can wear colors that are directly opposite to each other. For example, an Orange shirt on a Dark Blue trouser. You can wear colors that are two colors apart (or 90 degrees apart). For example, you can wear a Yellow-Green shirt on a Dark Blue trouser.
When you wear black clothing, people perceive you as sensitive, purposeful, ambitious and successful.

Dressing smart allows one to gain self-confidence around people and that’s an important aspect of staying smart.
Once you are around people, put on the best version of yourself as show of respect is key to earning the respect from the society to keep you confident and smart.
In conclusion, dressing smart directly affects your mood, attitude and confidence. It can enhance your psychological state and improve your performance on tasks.
You can achieve more when you feel you are dressed for the occasion. The style, material, colour and shape of your clothing choices expresses different emotions.

Hidden clothes like your socks and underwear can exert a powerful influence on your self-perception and confidence levels which can negatively or positively affect your energy around people. It is therefore advised you keep it clean.

Wearing a nice perfume is another factor that can help you stay smart as wearing a nice perfume could enhance your mood and boost your confidence.

Smiling comes in handy in this context and plays an important role in being smart.
A smile can make you look more intelligent than you really are. Anyone will automatically give you more positive characteristics, and assign more intelligence to someone who has a great smile than someone who does not. The fact that a smile makes you look more intelligent is one of the reasons that you should smile while looking your best, as smartness starts from your mind before your outfits. While you smile make sure you don’t have food remains on your teeth.

Lastly, know yourself, flaunt your body part that make you feel confident and smart.
Looking good does more than just send messages, to your mind or to others, it actually impacts how you think.
Constantly dressing smart increases abstract thinking and gives people a broader perspective.


O U Mackson's profile: O U Mackson, born Ozuruonye Mackson Uchenwa is a Nigerian journalist, filmmaker, talent manager entarprenuer and the founder the talent promotion company O U ENTERTAINMENTS and CEO O U Mackson. Date of Birth: 2nd February 1992 (28 years) Hometown: O U Mackson hails from Eziama Uturu in Abia state Family: Ozuruonye Uchenwa was born into a polygamous family of 3 legal wives and 16 children. O U Mackson is the 4th child of his mother; Mrs Obiesie who was his 2nd wife and the 12th child of the family. Background: O U Mackson was born in his hometown Uturu but moved to Adamawa state at infancy to Professor Calistus Akosim; a guidan, where he started his daycare and nursery education at University Nursery School then primary school at University Primary School. He optained his First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC) in the same school before he moved back to his parents in Uturu, Abia State to continue his secondary education at the Assumption Model Technical School, Uturu then completed Senior Secondary School Examination (SSCE) at Osusu Secondary High School, Aba, Abia state. Ozuruonye Mackson Uchenwa gained admission to study Mechanical Engineering in the Federal Polythecnic, Ilaro, After his Ordinary National (OND) in 2012, Ozuruonye Mackson Uchenwa enrolled in the University of Alaska Fairbanks USA, in the first quarter of 2013 and emerged one of the best graduating students of 2016 from the English department where he studied English Literature/Letters (BA) In 2019 Ozuruonye Mackson Uchenwa completed a postgraduate diploma (PGD) in journalism in the Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) Work Experience National Television Authority (NTA10) Program Canvasser National Television Authority (NTA2) Field Journalist/Producer Betex Communications limited Producer/Director PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS • Script Writing - Certificate - 2010 • English/Human Relations - Certificate - 2013 PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS • CEO O U Entertainments ( • Author of 3 published books • Graduate Member of Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) HONOURS Best Prose writer of the year, award 2010 Association of Nigeria Authors, Ondo Chapter. Awarded by: His Excellency the Executive Governor of Ondo State. (Dr. Rahman Bamidele Mimiko)

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