Kids or teenage type of clothing:
Someone always wearing hoodies, jeans, t-shirts, sneakers, sweats.
Does it give the impression they're still trying to be a kid or that they're a slacker without a fulfilling career?
I don't mean people wearing these clothing sometimes - as in when they're being active or going to buy bread, but when they do absolutely everything - as in they don't have anything else in their wardrobe but that.
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I think it's ok that you have that first impression. As long as you stop there. Give people a chance, they might show you that you had nothing to be scared about. And you know, not everybody has or want a career. I used to want/have one. I found out that it did not make me happy. Now I just want a job which won't make me unhappy and will enable me to live comfortable and happy outside the 9am-5pm time frame. I have personally no idea if I dress according to my age and frankly could not care less. Though if you judged me on that single criteria, you would miss a chance to meet someone who is open minded and don't judge people and who is willing to talk.1