do clothes make the person? do you feel different when wearing certain things?

United States
January 8, 2009 8:34pm CST
yeah I guess it does, if I haven't showered yet and am wearing my pj's then I feel like a slob, but if i'm clean, dressed up from head to toe I feel pretty/confident. or if I'm wearing something professional i feel it. how about you?
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@NancyLobo (680)
• India
9 Jan 09
Yes Clothes do make a difference, if you are smartly dressed then your confidence level is high, it depends on the occassion which you are attending, clothes should be fit for the occassion and wearing certain things do make a difference, our moods also affect the way we dress up so wearing clothes reveal a lot about our personalities and also makes us feel different wearing different kinds of clothes, our outlook to life also changes dpending on which clothes we have put on a certain day. So clothes have a lot to say and people respond to us in a different way depending on the clothes we wear. Nancy
@tudors (1556)
• China
6 Feb 09
yes, definitely ! clothes make a person. That's why girls get crazy about shopping, trying on one another clothes. Changing a clothes is changing your mood. Love of beauty reflects the passion towards life.
@NancyLobo (680)
• India
23 Jan 09
Thank you very much for selecting my response as the best response, God bless you. Nancy
@gohan2091 (544)
13 Jan 09
At the end of the day it's all in your mind and it's an illusion but yes, I think clothes do make you feel different depending on what you are wearing. It can give you confidence or added confidence as you feel good about the way you look.
@uditpanda (1023)
• India
9 Jan 09
hello I would say partly. I think you inherit the attitude of the type of dress you choose to wear. People view us with our external appearance. Our dress contributes most to our appearance. We say some one executive & some other as a labourer basing upon the dress he/she is wearing. Even we get an estimation about the social status ,age & nature of work about that person. That changes our behaviour towards the person. Thank you.
@carolbee (16231)
• United States
9 Jan 09
I do feel different when wearing a dress. I almost feel This is not something I wear on a regular basis. Only special occasions do I get dressed up. I work at a sporting facility part time so we can wear khaki's and tennis shoes. I am in jeans almost all the time along with my tennis shoes when home. I'm a very casual person. In the winter I live in sweatshirts also.
• Canada
9 Jan 09
I feel better in the clothes I like, as opposed to what style dictates i wear. I don't dress up because I want to impress others, I dress up because I like the clothes that I wear. I bought a nice green blouse, two days ago, not because I wanted to impress anyone, but because I LIKED IT!