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The way we dress can lead other people to mispercieve you as something else.

“Sometimes we dress in certain ways, depending on what place or location we are at. If were at school, wearing jeans and t-shirts are appropriate and its an academic learning enviroment. If we are at a night club or bar, dressing up is not a problem. But living in your parents house, dress conservatively and cover up everything. That`s my philosophy of clothes. Wearing a bikini is appropriate for going to the beach or swimming pool.”

Author: Deanna Yip, Female Washington, usa
Date: 10/09/12

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“People will naturally make judgements on other people based on their attire. So you might guess that someone is academic, or sporty, or interested in sex based on their outfit. But the onus is on the person observing to confirm whether this is the case by engaging in meaningful conversation, rather than assuming their guess is definitely correct,”

Author: Jill, Female Wellington
Date: 22/02/13

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