Wear stylish clothes. Buying clothes that flatter you is key to helping you appear attractive. A great outfit should mask your flaws while highlighting your best features. Consider these points:
Buy what fits. Don't buy clothes that are too tight fitting ("Is that her little sister's shirt?"), or too revealing. Make sure the clothes fit you. If you can't find anything off-the-rack that fits, buy something that's a bit too big and have it altered by a tailor or seamstress.
Use light colors to highlight and dark colors to hide. Love your upper half, but dislike your hips and legs? Wear dark pants or skirts and light shirts to flatter your figure (or do the opposite if you like your legs).
Toss anything that's worn out. You might love that shirt, but if it has holes in it or looks visibly worn, it's time to donate it (or save it for wearing on the weekend when you're lazing around the house).
Be fashionable - within reason. Don't buy something that looks awful on you just because it's considered stylish. Instead, evaluate trends and pick out what you're willing to wear or what you think could look good on you.
- If your parents don't want to buy you clothes, save up money and go on a mini shopping spree for yourself. Go to stores you like and browse for items on sale; they can be just as good!
Accessorize. Pick out a few cute pieces of jewelry and rotate them throughout the week. Wear cute scarves in the winter. Use hair accessories; they work extremely well at making you outstanding.