I wear whatever comfortable clothing makes me feel more confident. Usually, this is something that fits the occasion and makes me feel more prepared. So, if I have a big presentation I'll put extra effort into looking and in turn feeling professional. The only way that I dress for other people is when I purposely dress down into more masculine clothing so I am taken more seriously when I'm involved in field work, but again this also makes me feel more comfortable and confidant.
I pretty much do my own thing as far as style goes, regardless of how other people feel about it. I have some pretty weird taste sometimes and I KNOW it's not most peoples' thing, lol.
There are occasions when I 'dress to impress'. But to me, that means walking out of the house feeling like I look goooood. If I feel hot, then I'm more confident, and that means I look better no matter what I'm wearing. So certainly, some of those occasions are with a specific person in mind.
"Someone in particular''... I'd never dress something that my boyfriend dislikes... I couldn't care less if all men in the world said I was super ugly and dress bad... IF my boyfriend said he thinks I'm beautiful and he likes the clothes. His opinion is that all that matters. <3
For myself, definitely. I used to care what other people thought about how I dress. But honestly, I don't see the point anymore. It's just too much energy. Haters gonna hate, y'know? So f*** em all, haha. I get kinda bummed out if I'm dressing in a way I hate, actually. So, really, I need to wear what I like.
I dress for the occasion. If I'm going to be at work, I'm obviously going to dress differently than if I'm just sitting around the house. If it were up to me, I would be wearing sweat pants and a sweat shirt all the time.
Hey Marty. How's my idea coming along? I haven't received an update...
Anyway, I dress for myself and for other women because they're the ones I watch out for (not in a lesbian way, but in a being judged and scrutinized way). It just turns out that what I wear guys find attractive.
A bit of both actually. I would wanna wear something I like, but at the same time, I'd take a moment and think of what others might think of my dress too. But I'd much rather wear something I like, than wear something that would get a reaction.