I'm trying to change my style and break the cliche cause I'm sick of being stereotyped and they say that what you wear is like a visual to people of who you are on the outside. How was I supposed to know that hoods and air forces well baggy clothing make me look like a criminal? lol sad but true. I'm trying to go for a sophisticated yet feminine look. I quite like layers and I don't want to seem plastic or skanky. I'm just so confused and frustrated I just need advice.
Seriously I know people say just be you but you see I'm complex I like variety. I prefer to be ORIGINAL have a look that no one else has well maybe similar but people always copy my style HONESTLY and there are certain stuff that only I could pull off.
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Now that I have a better understanding of what is going on. I do know that you must wear something that is considered professional attire to any place where you want a job. Employers and business owners are stupid like that. That whole idea makes no sense to me, but there are actually seminars that rich evil business men attend that teach them what color of neck tie to wear so that they look more evil than before. So yeah it sucks but even I have to hide my tattoos at my job. And as far as racism is concerned. Changing your clothes to change who you are will not solve racism. People are racist because of ignorance. They refuse to learn for themselves that the differences between people and that diversity of people is our greatest assets. Racism does not know color. Black people are just as racist as white people are. The only difference is, the media makes more money by exploiting racist white trash. I. E. The jerry springer show, and stuff like that. So if you want to fix racism. Go to your new job, and show these people who you are and what you capable of. Teach them things about your culture. Answer their questions. Make them think and learn for themselves. Who knows, maybe you might learn something too. And in your own little way. You've changed a life through positive communication. Good luck and e-mail me if you have any more questions. - j0