How do you meet the right one? How to get relationships work better no matter what kind of relationship it is? Is there something you should consider? Yes there is and it all starts with yourself, understanding yourself and your needs. Who are you and what do you need to feel good? What makes you angry, irritated, sad or happy?
Take our style test to get more clarity of who you are. Those of you who followed our blog for some time know that our method is developed from the DISC theory (Dr. William Moulton Marston.) This is one of the world's most widely used analytical tool for understanding yourself and others.
The DISC theory is based on four colors, red, yellow, green and blue, while we use the letters A (red), B (yellow), C (blue) and D (green).
There are a lot of people who work with and lecture about the DISC theory and one of them are Chris Sundqvist Järns. This is a short summary from Chris´ website of the different personality types:
A red person uses primarily a logical way of thinking. He/she like to see goals far into the future and have a hurry to get there. A red have no problem with making their own decisions and get started even if all the pieces are not in place yet, it dissolves under the road. He/she is curious and likes new things and new challenges.
A yellow person is primarily affective. He/she is good at inspire other and get energy by doing this. It´s a person who is curious and quick and can be engaged and even passionate about an idea or project, and who would go on gut instinct. He/she gets energy by bouncing ideas with other positive people and can be even more satisfied and creative, the more he or she speaks.
A green person is also emotionally based. A pleasant and positive atmosphere is important. The green person is thoughtful and thorough, and will be at its best when he or she has knowledge, given the conditions and expectations. He/she needs a few minutes extra to sort their thoughts and impressions before they are forced to come up with a decision or response.
A blue person uses primarily a logical and systematic way of thinking, is thoughtful and analytical. Want it to be right the first time and can devote time and effort to detail and control him-/herself once or twice. The blue person makes decisions on its merits and be happy with facts. He/she likes to work with a structured and proven approach so that he/she know it is correct. A blue person is diplomatic and has the ability to put feelings aside to solve a logical problem.
Earlier this week I have written about how to choose denim shirt and how to wear this type of garment based on if you are a Character A, B or C. The last one out is Character D.
Character D's closet is simple and comfortable, and a denim shirt perfectly into this Character´s style. Maybe you already have one in your closet?
Once again, I want to point out that it is important to remember that the different styles "blurs" into one another and that the suggestions that I have shown during the week may well be worn no matter if you are an A, B, C or D. All is about how you combine and to choose the right denim shirt model.
For example, D business often suits a C Casual. D Feminine a B Feminine and B Casual and if you are a B Creative and A Feminine or an A Casual you might in some cases like the suggestions to the D Creative.
Hope you during the week have seen that there are many opportunities to find inspiration even if the blog post is not targeted just for you. Therefore, always look at the pictures and think about how you would be able to wear the chosen clothes to your style!
This week I have written about how to choose denim shirt and so far I've shown how you as a Character A and B can wear this garment according to your style. Now it is Character C´s turn.
What pervades Character C's closet is the classy, simple and often straight cuts and the very subtle details, and therefore it can be a challenge to put together a style where a denim shirt included. With a denim shirt it can easily feel too casual.
It´s easiest for you who´s C Casual. Jeans along with other matte materials and fabrics such as tweed and corduroy are part of the style. But the recommendation is to invest in a denim shirt in a "finer" and thinner material. In this way, you create a more "dressed up" look and it becomes easy to combine the shirt with both trousers and skirts, no matter season.
As I wrote earlier, it is important to remember that the styles "blurs" into one another and that the various suggestions that I show during the week may well be worn no matter if you are an A, B, C or D.
For example, C Casual often suits those who are D Business. C Feminine a B Business or B Feminine and C Creative someone who is A Business. There are many opportunities to find inspiration even if the blog post is not targeted just for you. Look at the pictures and think about how you would be able to wear the chosen clothes to your style!