I told myself I was going to get my life together, so I guess I'll start here.
892,401 days later, I'm blogging again, and things are about to get real.
Feeling and looking good in clothing boosts confidence and productivity. Dress is a form of self expression. What do your clothes say about you?
I have a few questions for you:
#1 How old are you?
#2 What do you wear on a daily basis?
#3 If you ran into an employee from you dream company, would they look at you and want to hire you?
That's what I'm talking about today.
Let's say you're walking around campus in your college uniform: oversized t-shirt and nike shorts. You see a girl wearing a top, denim shorts, and converse (my version of college uniform). If you know the girl, you would more than likely say/ask something along the lines of "You look cute today" or "Why do you look cute today?" Am I right? I know I am because I get that all the time.
I am here to tell you that is not a cute/dressy outfit. It is incredibly average and your oversized t-shirt is below average (you know I'm right).
People are always talking about how dressing "cute" takes so much time and effort...
My routine: put on top, put on denim shorts, put on shoes. Done.
Your routine: put on t-shirt, put on nike shorts, put on shoes. Done.
Someone tell me the different because I honestly don't understand.
Why am I always getting strange looks for wearing a dress to class? That takes even less time than your nike shorts!!!!! When I get to class, without fail, someone makes a comment about my outfit.
Why do you look cute? You always look so cute in class. Do you have a presentation today? Do you have to go to work later?
No. I'm just a 21 year old female who no longer wants to dress like a high-schooler in PE class.
When you turn 18, you're pumped that you're an adult, right? So why don't people dress like it?
When did college become an excuse to dress like a slob? You're educating yourself to pursue a career, yet you dress like you don't have career goals.
I challenge you to step it up. Join my "getting my life together" movement.