Definition Essay On Clothes

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In today’s society we encounter a wide variety of different styles in men and women. Everyone dresses in ways that fit their personality; if they are comfortable in the clothing they purchase, trends, or if the clothes we want are in an affordable price range. The way we express ourselves through our wardrobe explains a lot as of whom we are as a person. If I see someone in sneakers, shorts or jeans and a T-shirt, I will assume they are pretty chill. However, if I see a lady in a dress with heels or a guy with a tux, I am going to think they care about their appearance, have money and are important. Everyone has a way of using clothing as an expression; whether it is how we feel, if there is a sentimental feeling behind what we wear, how do …show more content…
In my closet, I have a lot of clothes that I can relax in and wear casually. I wear my relaxing clothes when I am going to go work out, go to class, or just to wear around the house. Since these clothes are the most easy to move around in and comfortable, they are my “go to” clothing. While working out, I move a lot so I need a lot of clothing that allows flexible movements. When I am attending class, I like to wear relaxed or casual clothing because I am going to need to focus on my professor and the lesson being taught, but also be comfortable while doing so. Casual clothing is what I wear as I hang out with my friends, I wear shorts or jeans, a T-shirt and some sneakers. I dress up casually because it is in the middle of having a relaxed look but also fit in with decency. These two categories are what is mainly in my closet, along with others as well. Looking around Texas State University, majority of the current students participate in going to class extremely relaxed and very …show more content…
I have about ten pairs of Jordans and about five pairs of Nikes that mean the world to me. I am emotionally attached to my shoes because I have always worked hard for the shoes I wanted. When I was about seven years old, I would work with my mother in a restaurant my aunt owned and I would help clean the tables. Back when I was in elementary school, Jordan’s were the shoes to buy, so I began to save my money. My last year in elementary school, my fifth grade year, I bought my first pair of Jordans. I remember as I paid for them I had the biggest smile from ear to ear, I felt as if I had accomplished a great goal of mines. They were my pride and joy, and after my first pair, I continued working hard just for my shoes. Since then, I have practically built up a collection of shoes. My parents always provided what I needed, but never what I wanted, and once I was able to provide what I wanted, I grew an emotional attachment towards my shoes. Since I have gotten older, materialistic things have become less important to me; however, I still hold my Jordan’s to a high value because I worked extremely hard for

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