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I’m talking about how to stand out from the crowd wearing statement clothing pieces.
There are various ways to accomplish this, one of them is just by being physically distinct from everyone else in the area, making it nearly impossible for people to ignore you.
Another technique is to be very boisterous and loud, attracting a lot of attention to yourself by behaving erratically.
Wearing clothing that stands out like a statement piece is another method to stand out from the crowd, and that’s what I’m talking about in this article.
What is the definition of a statement piece?
Let’s start by defining what a statement piece is.
A statement piece is anything that is bold, unique, and deserving of attention.
It could be a brightly colored jacket, a loudly patterned shirt, bright red jeans, or even shoes with a bold design.
It’s also something to which you, as well as others, have a strong favorable response.
Sure, you could walk up with a pink tutu and make a statement, but that isn’t what I’m talking about here.
Most males, I believe, are scared of wearing something bold or unusual that may call attention to themselves.
Most men, I say, since there are plenty of us who enjoy testing the limits now and then, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
In fact, I believe that is quite desirable.
Wearing a statement piece of clothing will get you noticed, but in a good manner.
Statement pieces are a great way to spark discussions and even have strangers approach you out of nowhere to inquire about what you’re wearing.
So, if you’re seeking to meet and chat to new people, wearing something a little different can be a really good approach to start a conversation.
Keep the rest of your outfit modest and understated. Allow the statement piece to do all of the statement.
If you want to start introducing some statement clothing pieces or boulder patterns into your wardrobe, here are a few ideas.
If you’re worried that your statement piece will be too bold, don’t wear anything else that has a lot of contrast.
Wear your statement piece with other light-toned pieces, for example, if it is lighter in color and tone. If your statement piece is darker, simply mix it with darker items.
Because including a strong contrast, such as if your jacket is light and everything else you’re wearing is dark, creates a lot of contrast and draws attention to that light jacket.
Wearing statement pieces every now and then is a great way to switch up your look and try something new.
It doesn’t have to be something out of the ordinary at first, or even at all, but it should be something different from what you regularly wear.
Here’s something else to think about that might be useful.
Let’s say you have a lot of blue, black, gray, or white in your wardrobe. Pink might not be the ideal choice if you want to bring in a statement piece. However, something bold with several shades of blue, as well as color and pattern variations, would be rather easy to match with what you already have.
Because if you can’t find anything in your closet that goes with that statement piece, it will become too complicated, you will become frustrated, and you will never wear it.
Too many of us have stuff in our closets that we never wear despite the fact that we paid a lot of money for them.
If you’re unsure where to begin with your statement piece, the easiest place to start is with your shoes and work your way up.
It’s tempting to believe that you should tone down your statement piece, but there’s no harm in going for it and seeing how you feel. If you really want to tone it down, make it the only thing you do.
Also, as I indicated earlier, pair your statement piece with comparable colors and tones so that it blends in a little better and doesn’t stand out as much.
Another piece of advise is to design your outfit around that one statement piece while preparing your outfit for the day.
The wonderful thing is that once you start thinking about what to wear with your statement piece, you’ll start to come up with your own ideas for how to pair it, balance it, bring it down, or even draw more attention to it on your own.
This exercise requires you to think about how to put an outfit together from the ground up, starting with just one item.