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Often I have found myself people watching for the amusement of everyday life Not by luck or sheer investigation I have noticed something that everyone shares in common guys and girls alike their personal style of clothing in reflection of their choose in music I am not talking about or brand names or the clothes make the man but that of the general appearance of how the individual displays themselves to the world around them Over the generations people have been influenced greatly by the music that they enjoy By conscious decisions or not people tend to dress to the type of music that they enjoy most Dress and Music are linked by the way of how the individual walks carries themselves and their general attitude As I sit placing trying to place people with their taste in music I have noticed that the attire of the individual somewhat perceives my notions This notion is often accurate but not decisive There are many instances that this does not hold true People are defined who they are and what they are at any given moment and the music that they represent are just a rhythm away The first thing that I notice about the people is the way that they are dressed People usually wearing the tight jeans boots and cowboy hats generally fall within the country music This may not always be the case Country music fans have a pride in their stride or a dip in their hip that makes the movement look like someone doing a two-step The person is generally is walking with a jovial stride The persona in which this individual gives off will indicate a modest somewhat insecure but fun loving person Around here country music fans wear mostly jeans and boots but biggest give away of all is the belt buckle that is twice their IQ size Just the other afternoon while waiting for Julia my
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