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College girls have a reputation of rocking the sporty/yoga look because it’s easy and comfortable. However, “comfortable” is boring, common and everybody does it. Why not be different? Poor self-value can change the way you function in all aspects of life, from your job to school and relationships.
Sweatpants and Uggs have become a standard uniform. However, research shows higher performance on tests and for students who dress up for class.
Dressing up not only makes you look put together, but gives your self-esteem a boost and becoming more productive in your daily activities.
For some girls, dressing up can be annoying. They act like they don’t care what people think of them and instead stroll around campus looking like they just rolled out of bed.
In all seriousness, it’s close to impossible to feel 100% good about yourself if you look like a slob.
So why does it matter? If it makes you feel good, you can dress up however you want right? Truth is, you never know the people you might come across with, or the opportunities you might encounter. Your outfit says a lot about you.
We all have our lazy days, but taking that extra fifteen minutes in the morning can help put a positive spin on the rest of your day.