If you landed on a treasure, would you want anyone to approach it? 😉
Do you think that your clothes affect how your feel? Does your mood change once you change to your pj? Do you feel happy taking off your work uniform?
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Science now suggests that how we dress may just be the difference between giving ourselves the extra edge in our professional and personal lives. … Science says that the clothes we wear affect our behavior, attitudes, personality, mood, confidence, and even the way we interact with others. This is “Enclothed Cognition. Read more
It is said that what you wear is a reflection of how you want to be seen. It could be all true, but it is still arguable since sometimes you had to wear certain uniform or certain T-Shirt for your work or your school.
However, you can’t deny that part of your identity reflects who you are. In a way, you can imagine your mom only wearing this or that. In a way, you can’t imagine your best friend wearing this bikini, but you can see your neighbor could wear it.
Over the years, you build up a kind of clothing pattern whereas your close people will expect you to appear in a certain clothing. This happens almost with everyone. Do you see that?