We all know our choices have consequences. And most of the time we sail blissfully through our day not considering many of the choices we make, or their full impact on us. And the fact that our days are really an unending stream of choices, one after another, upon reflection, is something that could bring us to a halt, so we tend to ignore it.
The choices we make with regard to Attire and how we utilize it are no less important or resonant than any others we make. And in some ways they are more so. Whether we like to think of it this way or not, we are judging and being judged constantly. We are being scrutinized, categorized and filed away in other people's minds. We may not perceive it as fair, but we do it, all of us do it, all day, every day. What is unfair is taking our perceptions of others through their apparel and creating an instant negative judgement of them without understanding the circumstances behind what we see. And yet, nearly all of us, even those who make a genuine effort to be non-judgemental, end up doing this same thing all the time.
Our Attire is one of the first things people see about us, and like the first words from our mouths do a great deal to form the ultimate impression we make on others. Sure, it's possible to get people to reconsider their position, but it's tougher to change minds than it is to get them to see you clearly right off the bat.