“What people do is more important than what people wear.”
July 7, 2017 8:48pm CST
Some people are so judgmental in terms of what a person wears. When I was I college, I don’t indulge myself wearing signature or branded clothes. I can just wear a shirt, a pair of jeans and a pair of sneakers. There is one time when a classmate of mine had scrutinized me for not wearing a popular brand of clothes. At some point, he puts me to shame with our circle of friends. He is trying to push me away because I do not belong to their group. I ignored his way of pulling me down. I don’t follow fashion trends and continued to study hard to finish my university. I graduated on time. This friend failed so many subjects and eventually, he can’t handle the situation and decided to drop out from school. “Do you judge a person by his or her clothes?” Image Credit: pixabay.com
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No, I don't. I am not fond of branded clothes and keep away from those kind of "friends" who are materialistic and judgemental. I am the so called outsider when I was in my younger years. In fact I was "invisible" when I was in high school.
During my school days, I was so simple and not follow the trend during that time. I cannot able to sustain being invisible. I humbly say that I am known as one of the brightest students in the class. Regardless, I stay away from these people and ignore their bad comments towards me.
Thankfully most don't as far as I can see. It is the whole package that matters with our attitude that decides our altitude in life. As long as my clothes are clean and presentable I am comfortable in them. Not at all obsessed with brands and not a slave to them - siva