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The Dressed Body

Every culture has a different way of express themselves, it can be through clothing, accessories, cosmetics or even tattooing their body. Each style give the person an identity that represents a way of embellishing their body. Some people wear lots of clothes and others almost nothing.

Most of time when we dress we create an impact on how we are viewed upon society. Dressing it is a way to present ourselves every day in how we are feeling and who we are with no words.

We all live in a community that judge us for what we wear and does not give a chance to know our “inside”. Depending where you are going you need to know how to dress properly. And what is exactly the term dressing properly”?

Dressing properly it’s not just dressing according to where you are going, but it is the need to feel comfortable and confident about yourself. If you go to the beach during a hot summer day you need to find something with clothes with light and breathable fabric. If you go to a weeding you don’t need to necessarily wear high heels, but you have to feel good about yourself.

Since clothing has a huge social significance, dress codes are built in rules and  applied to indicate what people should wear to a determinate occasion. Today the most formally coded dress for men is still the suit, representing respect from society. While women have much more choices like blazers, skirts, jackets, trousers and a wider choice of colors. Also, we women have the privilege of wear accessories and jewels that can differ from otherswomen and reflect our own personality.

  Do you think students should wear uniform to go to school?

               Many people will say that they should be free to wear what they want. I consider myself very conservative in this point and still think that not all students have a good common sense when it came to dressing themselves. Students spend hours and hours sitting and they should wear comfortable clothes and appropriate for being inside of a classroom. Also students should not be discriminated for what they dress, since dressing is relate with social status. Other than that their focus should be in academics.

   And who said uniform can’t be fashionable?

Dressing your body is finding yourself and showing your secret desires that are hiding in your mind. It’s just a way of saying who you are without opening your mouth.


2 responses to “The Dressed Body

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  2. Prof Lung ⋅

    nice final statement

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