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DJ Stylist - Dress for Confidence

Posted by Kristin Dudley Friday, June 18, 2010

At Deviant Jeans, we believe in the notion that if you look good, you will feel better. You will always look your best when you exude confidence, however, when going through medical treatments you feel more like a pincushion than a person. The American Cancer Society created the "Look Good, Feel Better" program to enhance self-esteem, and promote confidence to women while undergoing cancer treatments. The program is focused on make-up applications skills, skin care, wig styling and maintenance. Deviant Jeans asks, what about clothing?

Body shape and lifestyle consistently change post diagnosis. Clothing one may have owned and worn for years suddenly does not fit, and many women find themselves living in GAP sweat suits or their husband's button down shirts. Wanting to feel comfortable and comforted is important, but living in those sweats is depressing. It is a constant reminder that you are not well, and you are not yourself.

To add to the Look Good Feel Better program, let Deviant Jeans offer you helpful tips and links to apparel that will help you cater to your changing body. We not only look to develop fashion you request, but we will act as your stylist within our blog and Twitter.

DJ Stylist Tip of the Week:
Prepare yourself for the day with light layers. Mix up warm tones to bring color into your complexion, and accentuate your eyes. Warm tones are: Yellows, Oranges and Reds (the DJ Raspberry Wrap is a great warm example!). It's almost officially summer - you can pull this off! Accessorize with an airy and colorful scarf. You can remove layers when attending treatments, and upon leaving, wrap that scarf around your neck and feel confident walking out the door.

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