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Technical Anlaysis

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Are you what you wear?

I personally do not think you are what you wear because everyone has their own taste in everything. But Yes u might say people like to express their emotion through what they wear i.e. if someone is to wear skinny jeans he's going to be taken as seriously as someone who is dressed in a suit because the person who is dressed in a suit is most likely to bring across a message that he is trying to focus on completing is objectives People are judged on what clothes they wear and what music they listen to. If someone is to be wearing tracksuit it doesn't necessarily mean that that person is poor or violent and only listens to garage and grime music. Maybe that person that day wanted to be in comfortable clothes just for that day and couldn't really be bothered to wear jeans or something quite smart. You never know that that person could actually be very wealthy and completely dislikes the type of music like garage or grime. I understand we all stereotype but we have to be more open minded and you could say not to believe everything the media feeds by them making remarks like "hooded boys raise crime in London". But nowadays we can't go anywhere without people making stereotypical remarks. Another reason why I disagree is because what you wear should not have an effect on what your personality is like or what your interests are, I completely disagree on judging how someone is all because of their fashion sense these two things are completely different. People wear what they want to be comfortable and people listen to what they want because they like it. When someone is in a situation looking for a employee and has a choice to pick between two employees one dressed in jeans and the other dressed in a suit most likely the one dressed in the suit would get the job because he would appear to be more of a serious person for the job, but for all the employer knows the one dressed in jeans could end up being the perfect person for the job. The morale of this example is to 'never judge a book by its cover'. From statistics we see that people do agree that we should not judge people by what they wear because their personalities are something completely different to their fashion sense.

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