Clothing do have mouths and they do speak. Sometimes louder than you think.
Its true that when choosing clothing, your first criteria should be comfort. But its also true that we have to dress differently for the many roles we play through life.
Imagine you are the CEO of a big company. You are in talks with a supplier company to make a big multi-million dollar contract. On the closing day, the salesperson from the supplying company walks into your office rocking pajamas and flip-flops. Needless to say, unless there is compelling reasons, you would be a little skeptical or hesitant to carry on they deal.
Tip: People can hear words. But they are moved when they can see stuff.
It’s good to have our own unique style and fashion, but we should always dress to fit the role we are expected to play, and also dress for success.
If you are a doctor, dress the way doctors do. If you are a nurse, dress the way nurses do. If you are a dad, dress the way dad’s do. If you are a clergy, dress the way clergies do. If you are a teacher, dress the way teachers do. If you a business professional, dress the way business professionals do.