How Can I Feel More Confident as a Little Woman in Clothes?

How Can I Feel More Confident as a Little Woman in Clothes?

Have you been struggling with your confidence lately? That you look in the mirror and don’t see an adult little woman?

What if I told you it's because of your current wardrobe? In fact, I can bet looking at your wardrobe, you can easily handpick a few items that just aren’t cutting it.

But there are reasons why you purchased these clothes in the first place!

As a woman with dwarfism, you have extremely limited shopping options for you – either you shop in the kid’s section or the petite section.

And unfortunately, these purchase items are either “too kiddish” or they vaguely fit and you don’t feel like finding the time or money to spend on alterations. And because you don’t want to bother with alterations, they are uncomfortable to wear.

What’s the point of ever putting something on that is uncomfortable?

As a little woman, you shouldn’t have to accept these kinds of purchases anymore! In fact, it’s time to get rid of those items for good by cleaning out your closet!

I know, cleaning out a closet is such a daunting task. But once you learn how to strategically get rid of “false options”, as well as which items to keep that give you confidence, in the end, you will have a closet full of clothes that 100% are guaranteed to make you look and feel like an adult.

 

 

As a little woman, anytime you put an outfit on, you should ALWAYS look and feel like an adult. However, this hasn’t always been the case.

For example, while some of the clothes in the kid’s section fit you a lot better, when you put them on, they still look way “too kiddish” on you. And if you feel that it’s too kiddish, others will too.

But the other clothes from the petite section don’t really trip your trigger either. Despite the clothes vaguely fitting you, you purchased them anyway because at the time you thought, “eventually I will get them altered”. Plus, the style was too cute to pass up.

But those alterations never got done. And because the clothes don’t really fit, they are uncomfortable to wear. Thus, there is no reason to wear them.

 

 

Although these clothes are either too “kiddish” or are uncomfortable to wear, you feel obligated to keep them. Because if you throw them out or donate them, you feel guilty for spending money on them in the first place.

However, by keeping them, you are struggling to create both casual AND professional looks that will make you look and feel like an adult.

When you look and feel like an adult little woman, your confidence instantly comes out. And with that confidence, you can’t help but feel a sense of empowerment as a woman with dwarfism.

So, what can you do?

First, you have to clean out your closet.

Yes, that’s right. You need to clean out your closet.

Cleaning out your closet is so beneficial in your journey towards finding your confidence in looking and feeling like an adult because:

  1. You are going to get rid of those “false options”. And by getting rid of those “false options”, EVERY single piece of clothing in your wardrobe gives you a choice of creating either a casual or professional look without a second thought.
  2. After cleaning out, you are going to realize the obvious gaps in your wardrobe. Gaps that are meant to be filled with comfortable clothes that will make you look and feel like an adult, which will 100% boost your confidence!

 

 

Ready to put on clothes that scream “look how confident I am”?

Ready to look in the mirror and ALWAYS see an adult little woman?

Ready to have a closet full of clothes that give you either casual or professional looks?

Then start cleaning out your closet today!