because as much as I admit how I don't fuckking care about what I wear and how I look, I know how others judge my clothing. Once I wore an elmo sweater I became the laughing stock of the class, and another timeI decided to wear this pikachu onesie cuz it's fucking cold I became legendary. In a notorious way, of course. So I realised there's a pattern of what others wear, all quite American apparel models but with not so angelic faces, or faces with too much mascara and all that shit. Everyone is wearing white and black and grey, and they're judging me for wearing all the colours that I like and all the colours that represent my individuality and creativity. Isn't it ironic. I don't fucking care your opinion on my 'fashion sense' if I have any and will still rock a minion tee when I'm 65.
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I do actually judge what others wear. It's also why I changed what I wore; the way you present yourself means a lot and honestly while you're young so it's not the same in the "Real World" or Land of Adults everyone judges you constantly on all of your presentations and outward behaviors. You'll hold this mentality until one of two things happens:
1. You realize you cannot get into the field you want with this mentality.
2. You get tired of being trapped in various fields for holding this mentality.
The entirety of image is so crucial to business transactions that while we hide it under the rug many of our day-to-days are managed by people who subconsciously look like they belong there; if you've ever noticed most of the people in certain shops have certain looks and they are hired for that very reason.2