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In todays society material belongings are very important to people How people dress has a big impression on how people will view them Strictly based on how they are dressed many people get a first impression before even speaking to them For instance if someone is wearing glasses people might perceive them as being smart or if someone is wearing a black trench coat people might perceive them as being weird and frightening From these different impressions people get judged and stereotypes are made Each day I walk around campus I notice other peoples appearance and automatically assume a certain stereotype for them While eating lunch at the Hawks Nest I observed UNCW students and their fashion styles There was a group of sorority girls that literally looked all the same Each and everyone one of them had their sorority shirts on that shows what sorority group they are belonged too They also had dirty blue jeans on with holes in them because apparently that is the new trend for them The girls also were wearing silver jewelry with their initials on it Another group of students that had a much different fashion than the group of sorority girls was a female student and a male student with a UNCW athlete shirt mesh sport shorts and tennis shoes They had no jewelry hair was not fixed to perfection and they honestly looked like they had rolled out of bed I suggest that they were not trying to impress anyone The last group of students I observed at the Hawks Nest was also very unique It was two male students and a female student They all had on baggy black pants that were definitely way too big to fit them One man had a black shirt with the word Korn which is an alternative band written on the front and the others had a black t-shirt with the words Marilyn Manson which
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