The clothes you wear sends powerful signals to others about what you feel or think about yourself. It is not just about the shirt and the trouser you pick up to wear but also the colors, the combinations you give.
What you wear can inform passersby of your type of employment, as well as your ambitions, emotions and spending habits. An array of surveys have revealed the true impact of clothing choices on the way in which we perceive and judge each other and even revealed how subtle varieties in dress sense can affect our ability to attract a partner.
Your fashion choices can affect both your self image, the impression that you convey to others and in turn, the way in which people behave towards you. Clothes have developed from a practical asset to a social marker: they affect the way we see ourselves. They help us to be seen in the light that we wish to be, and also exude our personalities and social status.
In many societies, dress sense embodies personal wealth and taste. Most of us will generally want to impress our dates with our dress sense and truth be told, it goes a long way in framing the decision of we make after. You really don’t want to come off to people as an impatient person when you step out with those rumpled shirt or dirty shoes.
Finally, Even in this economic situation, your dressing goes a long way to tell who you are or who you are to be. It gives you the moral boost and confident needed. Get up, go through that selection process and step out with a smile looking your best.