Do people judge people by the way they dress ?

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Hi do people judge people by the way they dress ?

I just feel like wearing my grey tracksuits all the time now with my black ugg style boots or converse I find it really comfy and don’t see the point in dressing up anymore for no reason but I feel I will get judged all the time should I worry about being judged by people I know like distant family and friends ?
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If they judge you then so what? You wear whatever you feel comfortable in
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Yes, all the time.
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Are you expecting different replies to the same question you asked yesterday? :confused:
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It depends what you mean by judge.
Most sighted people do include their first impressions of a stranger's physical appearance, body language and fashion choices when forming opinions about them.
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Yes. Don’t live your life in fancy clothes though. Just look after yourself and dress well, groom yourself. It’s all you need because it tells people that you care about yourself and they should too.
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Anyone wearing a tracksuit should be fined!
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Literally used to fight over it :lol:
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Read this.
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(Original post by JessH06)
Hi do people judge people by the way they dress ?

I just feel like wearing my grey tracksuits all the time now with my black ugg style boots or converse I find it really comfy and don’t see the point in dressing up anymore for no reason but I feel I will get judged all the time should I worry about being judged by people I know like distant family and friends ?
I'm a bit hyper-vigilant, so I definitely notice how people on average behave differently around me depending on my outfit. Ranging from shy glances, to people attempting to push past in public spaces, or giving way instead, to aggressive posturing from f>>king delinquents. And no, I wasn't wearing a football shirt then.

And definitely, people's cultural backgrounds are strongly correlated with this. Some are just more judgemental / superficial than others. I know this because I am a dual national that's spent 50/50 of his life in both countries. People are just raised differently in different parts of the world.
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(Original post by Hellohsjakodsmka)
Read this.
And this
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I mean you will get judged. For example in the area i live at people who wear certain outfits are called chav's. But in the end you shouldn't care about what others think. But if your going for a job interview or going to a formal place you have to dress nice to present a certain image. If your just doing informal, casual stuff then I don't see the problem at all.
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I don't tend to notice what people wear unless it's obviously eyecatching or I deliberately think about it. I don't think grey tracksuits would get my attention.
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