First, the way we dress plays a major role in how we behave. People judge behavior. Therefore, our attire and grooming generate judgments about us, and people act on those judgments when they deal with us.
Second, we are who we associate with. So, dressing like our peers catalogues us. It breeds stereotypes. As mother so correctly stated, “Birds of a feather flock together.”
Third, dressing up improves part of one’s appearance, so it brings self-gratitude, which brings happiness with oneself, which improves the picture one has of oneself, which breeds self-confidence and greater ability to deal successfully with others.
Fourth, when women dress up they make my world prettier. Of course, women respond that they care little about brightening this man’s world, but I’m not the only man out there. If women don’t want to light up the world men live in, men are released to uglify in their own style. In the end, the way women dress and groom themselves shapes the real world for all of us.
A WOMAN DRESSES AND GROOMS HERSELF:
© For comfort to please herself.
© With class to show her self-confidence.
© Prettily to feel good about herself.
© Distinctly to attract a man’s attention.
© Sloppily if she just doesn’t care.
© As a hottie to avoid being called a nottie.
© Femininely if she wants respect and recognition for who she is.
© Professionally if she works proudly in her job.
© Masculinely if she’s bitch or butch.
© Gaudily if she’s weak at reading other people or insensitive to or disdainful of their judgments.