“People’s clothes are like a mirror that reflects their character. If you saw someone wearing matching colors, you would probably guess that they’re an organized person who cares about details. If you saw them wearing elegant clothes, you would probably guess that they care about their looks and might be wealthy (even though you can afford elegant clothes at reasonable prices).””
People’s clothes are like a mirror that reflects their character. If you saw someone wearing matching colors, you would probably guess that they’re an organized person who cares about details.
If you saw them wearing elegant clothes, you would probably guess that they care about their looks and might be wealthy (even though you can afford elegant clothes at reasonable prices).
If you saw people wearing fashionable clothes, you would probably guess that they are modern people.
But what if you saw a man wearing sagging jeans that shows his underwear? What can you guess from that? Does he have an out-going personality? Or does he just not like privacy?
I am against people who judge others from their looks, but not from their underwear! There is a point to calling it underwear.
Why would a respectable young man wear these kind of jeans that probably aren’t even comfortable. What is he trying to express?
Does he even know the history of it? According to the New York Times, sagging began in prison when oversized uniforms were issued without belts to prevent suicide and their use as weapons. The style then spread to rappers and music videos, from the ghetto to the suburbs around the world.
Sagging jeans shows disrespect for yourself and the people around you, said Anna Lee, a first year nursing student.
It is childish to sag your jeans. A mature man would have a belt holding his pants around his waist.
Though some may argue that it is an infringement on rights, others may argue back that sagging jeans are indecent. Also, sagging jeans are a tripping hazard.
Even President Obama voiced his opinion about sagging jeans, . . . brothers should pull up their pants. You’re walking by your mother, your grandmother, and your underwear is showing. What’s wrong with that? Come on.
Dear friend who wears sagging jeans, please remember that no one is against you, but against what you are wearing. If you have reasons, by all means, share them.
On the other hand, some women’s clothing reflects poorly on them as well. A miniskirt is not always acceptable attire. Many girls love to wear them, but not always on the proper occasions.
To be candid, my religion teaches me not to wear revealing clothes in front of strange men. But even if I didn’t have those beliefs, I would not wear those clothes in public places simply because I respect myself and I want others to see me as a respectable person.
Another poorly reflecting fashion seen on women is showing way too much cleavage.
With the change to warmer weather, a lot more cleavage is seen on campus.
Women, please pull up your shirts. It is neither flattering or beautiful.
Wearing your clothes like this may reflect on you in the same way that sagging pants reflects on men.
What would your mothers and grandmothers think?
There is a time and place to wear revealing clothing but public places are not it.
Just ask the woman in Turkey who was recently found guilty of exhibitionism for fishing in what was called ‘improper clothing.’