Does anyone realize your clothes can say a lot about you? It can say, what your employment is, emotions are, spending habits are along with our ambitions. Then of course, we have the determining factor the “weather”.
Shopping and spending come from emotions, experiences and culture. As the saying goes, which isn’t true, one can judge a man by his shoes and its that simple. Many Americans
use dress and style as a social and economical indicator since there is no real caste system. Remember the black and white business affair with skirts and black heals or pumps? A little historical in today’s time, although, may still exist. Again, in the hierarchy in today’s society. This becomes a classic because on the other hand, it always seems to work with the young, old and professional.
Many wear just what they feel like (emotion) instantaneously. This certainly doesn’t mean one is unsuccessful only that one has not taken the time to make the effort. It does come across badly in some settings. In this case, a person should not choose to dress how one feels, but wants to feel. Which clothes make one feel powerful, in control, wealthy, and confident. Clothes send messages not only to others but ourselves. Below you will find a table that I found very interesting. This may give us some in site as to how we come across to others and how we feel about ourselves on a given day. Enjoy the day, moment and your clothes.