Handbags and Glad Rags
So you’re on an important date or you’re just having a night out with the girls, maybe it is what you are going to wear to the office, the choices are endless and the only limitation is what you have in your wardrobe, the question is though, do you dress for others or do you dress for yourself?
When it comes to a night out, the classic wear is the little black number, accentuating the figure hiding any imperfections and oozing with sexiness. Do you feel comfortable in this? Does it give you the confidence to show your femininity and your prowess as a female or are you conforming to a stereotypical upbringing?
Even in the office, us girls tend to “dress to impress” whether it be a designer sexy suit or a sleek shirt and skirt, but really would it be so bad for us to turn up in a onesie or sporting dungarees and a yellow T-shirt reminiscent of the TV show Rainbow. Even though we have equal rights as women do we still enslave ourselves in the way we dress?
Let us take a real good look at exactly how we are bound by the rules of “regulations of society”. If you were to turn up to work in joggers and a T-shirt stained with pizza that you ate last night, are you more likely or less to be able to fulfil the needs of your job? I think you will find the answer is “NO”. But then turning up looking like you have come straight from an all-night Xbox 360 party, the boss is likely to question your commitment to your work and to the company.
What we must remember, is [...]