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The way we dress has an impact on how we are viewed upon or categorized in society Whether we are at work school the mall or simply taking a stroll in the park we are judged just because of our clothing We are a society quick to judge because of the outside which denies us the opportunity to really know a person at times from the inside The fact of the matter is clothing plays a key role in how we live our lives in many ways and in how we will be portrayed or even treated From being judged on how we dress on certain occasions or in an atmosphere that is prim and proper to being judged by the colors we wear Clothing could even effect a person emotionally in which the statement you are what you wear could definitely hold true Whatever the case may be clothing is important in our society and we are soon to find out why If a person attends a wedding in sweatpants and a torn t-shirt how would this person be judged While many would have their own opinions most likely this person would be portrayed as cheap poor dirty disrespectful and having no class whatsoever A young lady attending a wedding in an extremely revealing outfit might be portrayed as promiscuous disrespectful sluttish or even distasteful others might see her as beautiful sexy or easy The person who walks into a classroom wearing name brand clothing might be judged as a person of wealth when those clothes are not even his A young man attending a job interview for a major law firm in ripped jeans and a shirt will not be taken seriously even though he does qualify In our society we have to try to present ourselves in a manner in which we are ready for other people to judge us because we ourselves judge others Going into a big law firm in
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