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every one SHOULD.
like manners, it's a reflection not only of how you take care of yourself, but of your respect for others.14
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I'm not gonna go crazy about it, since it's only a gas station. But I do try to look like I care just enough that I don't scare everyone away.
Some day, a lost child could be wandering the store. When they need guidance, it doesn't help to approach them while looking like some fugitive. So some basic self-maintenance is still of value, even if you don't need to impress anyone from the world of "The Devil Wears Prada" or "American Psycho." They can keep their fancy Italian names for clothes; I'll settle for not scaring everyone away.11
I've worked a few jobs, and it honestly depends on the job.
If I'm going to be around people, I want to look nice. I'll wear a cute dress, and put some effort into styling my hair.
If I'm going to be around people my age, who I want to be friends with, I'll put in extra effort Maybe I'll wear a teeny bit of makeup, and I'll accessorize my outfit with jewelry and hair ribbons.
If I'm not going to be around anyone, I'll just throw on whatever I find first that is clean and professional enough. Obviously hygiene is still important, but I won't bother to put together a nice "matchy" outfit, and I'll just leave my hair down, or maybe put it up if it's hot.10
I try to look classy so I always wear appropriate clothes, but I’m also lazy so no heels or uncomfortable outfits for me, for meetings with friends, I choose form flattering and for school I choose colour and style flattering and for church, I choose weather appropriate beauty with the subtle traditional flair to it.11
In general, I think presentability is a must for everyday life. I care about my hygiene and cleanness especially when I have to go working, I try to maintain myself odourless, spotless and decently dressed so I can give a normal impression. I sincerely think at work and at school should be mandatory to observe a minimum dressing etiquette and hygiene standard (note: not being obsessed by hygiene, but simply not smelling and not to have crusts, dirty hair, dirty body or dirty wearing).20
I always ensure that I maintain good hygiene. I shower once to twice a day minimum. I wish I could manage more tbh.
I always ensure that I'm dressed in work appropriate wear as well. Atm it's not to bad branded polo and jeans but soon I'll have to start wearing shirts which tbh I hate them but behaving in a professional manner is important12
School, yes, except when I was dating someone, I didn't give two shits what I looked like there because she didn't go there. At work, yes I care, mostly about hygiene, making sure my hair looks clean and my nails are well kempt. Having clothes that fit and look decent. Projecting an aura of confidence is important at work.10
Yes. If it was a work-from-home situation where only actual social interaction happens on the phone, it would be a different case.
Similarly taking care of appearances also means not putting half a gallon of perfume on yourself after dressing up. If I can smell you from the other end of the hallway and behind a corner, it's too much. It's not a good sign if I can remember the stench almost 30 years later.10
Eh, not really. I fortunately don’t have to put much effort in to look decent though, I can wake up and just go to work without doing my hair or anything and I don’t think it looks THAT terrible.
sometimes I will do my hair if I have the energy to, or if it’s a weekend and I know it will be busy.10
Shower, shave, brush teeth, comb hair, deodorant, maybe cologne (sometimes the right scented body wash is enough). I mean this is just a daily minimum I think lol
I'm not a fru fru guy. Taking care of my skin to me is preventing skin cancer, not moisturizing, exfoliating, or God knows whatever else there is lol.
I think I care how I look. But I look at it this way. You're either going to like me or you're not. I'm not bending over backwards to sell myself to anyone. 🙂10
id like to say yes but reality is something diffrent im a person that needs just 20 min from having nothing on but boxers in the morning to standing at the bus station so i would say it like that clothes dont matter i just take whats up highest in my closet and hygene wise i shower at evenings so at school i smell neutral or on hot days sweatty i would say the bare mminimum to not feel disgusted of myself means brushing teeth and showering everyday but i surely dont care for looks10
hygiene... being clean, and neat is a must for me, just by default
it's just how I am, lol... I don't do it because of others exactly13
I can for sure say I don't. The only thing that would inspire that is if I liked a girl or I am going to a gig.15
I'm clean and presentable but I don't want to look inviting. I have to maintain an air of intimidation, even for people who are not in control of their faculties. They should fear me.11
Only in the Philippines I don't need to care about how I look. I still get dates for being retarded.14
I put in some effort, yeah. Appearance goes a long way when it comes to career. I didn't become a senior developer at 25 by just doing good work.11
No.. I don't like my workplace and so I don't really care much about my looks. I only dress business casual, when I have meetings with clients11
Not fashion-wise, but basic hygiene wise and being a human-wise.
I want to look presentable and fresh as much as possible..
Although commuting to work makes that nearly impossible.10
As far back as being a junior engineer (a lifetime ago), I always wanted to look professional. When I became supervising engineer, even more so.10
Yeah I care especially if I need to run some errands after work you know so I always look my best cause you never know10
Yes and no, to some degree. I don't want to look like a total slob, but I certainly don't have to be "perfect" either lol10
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I do, even though my job is very blue-collar. It gets really hot, I do a lot of heavy lifting, and I'll sweat my hair into a mess. Nevertheless, I make myself presentable. I want to show my employer that I'm grateful for the job they've offered me and that I want to do greater things for them.