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Dress Ethics


Apparel speaks about the wearer


The consciousness of being well dressed heightens your self-respect and increases your self-confidence. An inquiry was sent by a psychologist to a large group of people, asking about the impression clothes made on them. It was unanimously testified that when they were well groomed and faultlessly attired, the knowledge and the feeling of it, brought them increased faith in themselves; heightened their self-respect. They declared that when they had the look of success they found it easier to think success, to achieve success. Such is the effect of clothes on wearer himself.


What effect do you have on an audience? If you groom yourself in a baggy trousers, shapeless coat, dust laden shoes, fountain pen and pencils peeping out of your breast pocket, a newspaper striking out of your sides and a greasy hat over your head – an audience will have little respect for you, as you have for himself. Such disharmony in personal appearance looms up like Pike's Peak from the plains.


“Even Before We Speak, We Are Condemned or Approved”


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