Has anyone ever told you ‘go back and change.’
I hope they did. Cause, so many times people need to hear that.
If you don’t respect yourself – your clothing will inform everyone.
You might have heard the saying “Dress to impress.” This saying carries a bit of truth, actually.
Now we all have different styles and that’s fab. It makes us unique– whether you prefer dresses or skirts, pants with polka-dots, button-up tops…but if we dress in an inappropriate manner, this is where it begins reflecting on our character.
Who taught our teens and young people that it seems so cool to have clothes that are skimpy, or pants that are — pinned? I guess? Lower than they should. …I say pinned, because I can’t figure out how else they stay on.
I have a serious issue with this. I can guarantee you one thing, no one could make it in to see the Queen of England wearing something like that.
It has really become bothersome for me to see this behavior here lately more than ever. Because it’s not just in the local Wal-mart,(sorry Wal-mart fans) or the local mall in town. It’s in my very own neighborhood…. I see it when I look out my window.
If any of my neighbors so occur to be reading this, or any other individuals that I’ve seen dressed this way are reading my blog post, (first off, thanks for reading my blog!) and secondly, I would like to take this opportunity to exhort you:
Please. Go back and change.
Your clothes talk. What are your clothes saying to the world.
Lemme know what you think!