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Are clothes important for everyday life What should I wear today Didnt I wear it yesterday Does she like it Am I cool Everyday questions Questions that we ask ourselves every morning once we get up when we go out to school or work before we meet friends or just when we have to go to the store Why such an unimportant thing should bother us all the time Arent we the same with or without cool clothes Most people think that having good clothes is very important but I object to the attitude society has toward clothes My motto is that as far as you feel comfortable in your clothes you do not have to pay too much attention to what you are dressed in Clothes can please the eye when one meets strangers but persons intelligence is a lot more challenging and important We have a nice proverb in my country Bulgaria which proves that one s intelligence is more important than any clothes It says People say hi according to the way one looks and bye by the way heshe thinks In other words if you go to a conference dressed with your everyday jeans and shirt nobody will come to talk business to you But if you are a clever person and if you have some good ideas for the business no matter what your appearance is like everyone will listen to you with interest and finally say bye with respect even if you are dressed in the wildest clothes in the world You can see clothes does not matter The most important is what is underneath them a good-hearted person or not a smart and clever one or dumb and fool open minded or selfish In addition everyone should have the freedom to choose hisher clothes There is not certain kind of clothes for certain age or body shape A lot of people are afraid to wear shorts during
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