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
A Sla<x>yer shirt has an uncanny ability to attract missionaries.
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.
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"<br />
Yeah course :-)
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.