Do you think your clothes say a lot about you?
November 29, 2006 12:55am CST
Obviously, appearance plays an important role in everyday life... but how much is yours affecting the way that people treat you? And how much does it affect the way you feel? Does your wardrobe provoke respect, power, laziness, or something else? If you gave yourself a total wardrobe make-over, do you think it would change the way YOU feel, or just the way people view you?
4 people like this
5 Dec 06
yes, i think it is universally agreed that your image plays a makor role in your everyday life as if for example ( if you turned up to a job interview in rags) i dont think u woud get the job however i think "clothes" as a concept is over rated, not to say that everyone should be naked or anything but the way people craze over clothes is just stupid! i dont think anyone is truly happy with the way they dress otherwise why would they be saying (omg, look at what i wore back in those days) every ten years, "clothes" is not an opinionative thing, no matter how much anyone argues that, if a new trend comes out, OF COURSE PEOPLE ARE GUNNA WEAR IT! but as i said before as soon as it is out of fashion, ITS HIDDIOUS! therefore, clothes may change the way people see you but it does not change the way you feel
• United States
11 Jul 07
Appearance very much affect what type of person I am. I am a calm, private and taciturn person and I most of the time wear a traditional wardrobe. This reminds of the show "What Not to Wear". If I had to give my total wardrobe a make-over, it would not fit my purpose.
• United States
26 Dec 06
I think that clothing can tell alot about a person. It can show their wealth and their style and their personality. Some clothing does provoke respect and power. If I was to get a total wardrobe makeover it would definatley change the way I felt about myself.
22 Dec 06
i certainly think what you wear afects the way ppl treat you. i have been through this personally as i used to dress in full gothic getup all the time (now only sometimes). i was treated like a freak and sometimes ppl would even ask me if i had had a lobotomy and if i drank blood and all types of stupid questions. i used to enjoy the attention as i was not getting any at home, but now i just like to blend in more. ppl most definatly treat you according to their first impression of you.
5 Dec 06
Clothes definitely speak a lot about a person and are not just the basic necessesity to cover one's body. Right clothes can make the way a person feels and can also change other's attitude towards the wearer. a good outfit in right color combinations boost confidence and self-esteem of the wearer and reflects in the wearer's body language; and the onlookers unconciously react to it by being nicer and more respectful towards the person.