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men’s fashion, as a male, is a part of our life-long wardrobe. In fact, men’s fashion has such an effect on our lives, that we often turn to it to define our identity.
This is something that I often think about when I’m in the grocery store or the bank and I see a man who, like me, is wearing a button-up shirt and jeans from the ’90s. He’s a good looking dude, but I feel like I can’t judge if he’s a good looking dude by the jeans, and vice versa. Because he’s wearing a shirt and a pair of jeans from the ’90s, and I can see how he might dress.
The same goes for the women’s couture line. I know I can see how someone could be a good looking guy by the shirt, a pair of jeans, and a blazer from the 90s, but I still know that they might have a better job or better looks than I do. It’s like we’re all running on autopilot.
The main points here include:1) When you’re in a hurry around the house, you know your best friend. The one who got upset about a car accident.