by Fatima Batool


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We judge people the way they dress-up or their attire…Right!!! Judging people from the clothes is right to some extend

“First impression is the last impression”

We make decisions about someone on basis of how people dress themselves up or how they carry themselves. Clothing can affect how people judge your competence. Our attire have a lot to do with impressions of us, as well as impressions of others. Of course, dressing smart is also important for your confidence and sense of self-empowerment. But your style does more than just send messages, to your mind or to others. Attire also actually how you think.

Like when I am meeting someone for the very first I am going to judge his/her nature or many other thing through the cloth he/she wearing because I don’t know about him very much for the first time I am meeting him. So cloth does matter to judge someone or help a lot to pass any judgment about others (in a good way).

People have different styles and tastes. Everyone has the right to express themselves and some people do so by dressing up. Some do not. Somebody may have a style completely different from yours, but that doesn’t make them any less of a person than you are. People like to dress up for themselves, not for everyone else. Whether we admit this thing or not but get impressed by the person who is wearing nice clothes or looking good the way they dress up themselves.

We are not supposed to make fun of people or crack jokes on who they dress-up. Someone is poor, belongs to middle or rich family we make this judgement through the attire…right!!

We have to wear clothes according to our community or religion.It’s habitual for some people to pass comment on someone whether you are wearing short skirt or covered from head to toe. People judge you on the basis of clothes, look, caste and other things but after all they doesn’t matter the thing that matters the most is your contribution to the world.

Sometimes people are not beautiful in looks, but how they dress-up that make them beautiful.

While it is true that you should be able to wear what you want, you need to dress in a way that is respectful to the community or religion. You should dress right for every occasion. It doesn’t matter what kind of suit, As long as it’s a suit. People will be offended if you don’t and for good reason! As for showing too much skin, you might consider it right but respect the dress code which allowed in our community or religion that’s matter. But people assess and grade you based on your clothes in each situation and it’s your job to make sure that you’re dressed right.

Men don’t pay much attention what others wear as women do. Women will notice the finest details in someone else’s outfits. They’ll notice the color choices you make, how those colors match or mismatch each other, how the garments fit – and how the outfit, hair, shoes, jewelry, makeup, handbag and skincare are all working together – or not working together.

Women can see if “something is off” from 10 yards away, easily. Men, on the other hand, won’t see or comment on someone else’s clothing.


We have a right to judge people the way they dress-up but make harsh comment or embarrass them in public is not good behavior. We all are well educated or even illiterate this is the basic practice that we learnt at our home not to disrespect others….right!!! Don’t gave hype to such a thing that “Don’t judge me or you don’t have a right to judge me!!” There’s a world of difference between the ways women and men judge people based on the clothes they wear. Attire represent you in front of anybody, it create good impression on others or sometimes not so good because everyone have their own taste but dress-up ourselves matter.

“Dressing well is a form of good manner”

by:  Fatima Batool


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