and what a bizarrely specific clarification
but the latter is sportier while the former could be anything from classy to country
fair enough, bizarre was probably too strong a word - it just struck me as an dramatic and arbitrary narrowing of a broad but perfectly expressed question - but i have my own motives - and you've answered your own question really - and the smaller the change in the clothes the smaller the variation of responses from people
I wear a sport jacket most days at work and sometimes, I wear a tie. There's little doubt that I get treated differently than on days when I dress down.
only by my family...if i wear sweatpants & a tank in public they say i look like a bum...i say i'm comfortable & i don't care what people think & maybe someone will give me some change ;) lol
in some people's eyes i think it does. i work hard & am far from a bum (financially anyways..lol) but when i get home or have to run errands i just want to be comfortable. i think it's extreme if you are wearing pajama pants w/ clouds on them & monkey slippers in public..but then again who am i to judge...everyone has their own idea of comfort i guess
i've noticed that people are far more relaxed about clothing in parts of the USA than thay are in other parts.
Definitely. My leopard print dress get a different reaction to a black suit.
I'd only wear jogging pants to the gym, where I get treated as someone who...is going to the gym.
yes. I notice most when I wear a fedora
I would assume I would be. My manner of dress doesn't vary much from day to day, so I can't say for absolute sure.
Yes, they keep on saying "Is that you? Its a miracle. WOW you dress well"
Yeah course :-)
Dressing gowns always get strange looks
If I dress slower then it helps me to connect with my inner soul.
Yeah, people always look down on me when they see me in a speedo on the street
I wouldn't expect any good if I start wearing a skirt.