When you’ve been out with your friends for three days, you’ve probably had a few drinks, and it’s time to go to bed.
But you’re still not wearing all that much clothing, right?
Or maybe you’re wearing some more than you should be, right now?
Well, we wanted to know what you thought, so we set out to discover your clothes, and why you’ve opted to wear them in the first place.
And if you’ve ever felt that way, you may want to know about the “clothes you can’t wear” phenomenon, or whether you have a few more clothes in your closet that you don’t wear.
(Or, at the very least, think about getting rid of them.)
What are clothes?
Clothing is basically clothing made to look nice, or, more specifically, to feel nice.
It’s meant to be worn, whether that’s by your mom or your partner, or by a stranger in your neighborhood, or even on your own.
(You may have noticed that some of our friends wear pants.)
So why don’t we all wear clothes?
Why do we think we should?
Well for starters, clothing can be uncomfortable.
It can feel like a drag on your body, and if you wear too much, you can end up looking like a slob.
(It’s even possible to look like a slut if you’re not careful.)
(MORE: 5 Rules for the Perfect Shirt) In addition, we think that clothing makes us look and feel more human.
When we’re feeling anxious or depressed, for example, we often feel like we don’t have the same level of self-confidence or self-worth as others around us.
And wearing clothes makes us feel like that’s not the case.
So why do we feel the need to wear clothes anyway?
And how do we know that we’re wearing the right clothes for us?
Clothing has a lot of different uses, from being a way to hide the scars of surgery, to a way for people to express their individuality, to being a form of expression for other people.
But we’ll start with a few basics, because they’re important to know before we start getting too into it.
How to Dress in a Good Way To start, we should point out that wearing clothes doesn’t have to be all-out fashionable.
If you’re just a little less concerned with style than you are about aesthetics, you could still enjoy wearing clothing without worrying about showing off too much.
We don’t want to suggest that clothes are the key to a healthy body.
But what we do want to point out is that wearing clothing is something we should be doing to feel good.
And in a sense, this is a good thing.
If we’re worried about our appearance, we’re probably worried about ourselves.
We’re more likely to think we’re fat or unhealthy, and that we shouldn’t do anything to improve our appearance.
We may also be more likely than other people to feel like they don’t belong in a certain social group.
So what’s the best way to feel great about your body?
First and foremost, wear clothes that reflect your identity.
So instead of wearing a suit or a shirt that says “feminist” or “women of color,” for example: We’ll wear the clothes that make us feel good about ourselves, rather than those that we feel like are the best option.
(And, if you do wear a suit that says, “Black Panther,” we’d suggest a white shirt.)
The key is to try to make clothing feel like something you can actually wear, rather then something you have to hide.
This is especially important when you’re a college student, because you’re probably more likely not to be as comfortable wearing a white T-shirt as a black T-shirts or pants.
The best thing to do is wear clothes you know you like.
In other words, if it’s white, wear it.
If it’s black, wear that.
And, if there’s a color you don