Do Successful People Wear The Same Thing Every Day?
The video above, is Mark Zuckerberg explaining why he wears a grey t-shirt everyday, and was part of The Science Of Simplicity: Why Successful People Wear The Same Thing Every Day, an article on EliteDaily.com. The premise is that deciding what to wear is a waste of time and is counterproductive.
I agree that way too much time can be wasted on deciding what to wear, but I do not think the solution is to wear the same look day after day. Although I get the thought process of Successful People Wear The Same Thing Every Day, I don’t believe this can work for women. As a wardrobe stylist who specializes in working with women coaches, speakers and authors so their image and wardrobe projects their success and confidence, wearing the same look day after day will not grow their business and following. Actually, it would be counter productive to wear the ‘uniform’ that men can get away with.
Congratulations on wearing gym clothes all day….I think.
If one was to follow the philosophy of the above article, then how come all the women who wear leggings and a tank top whether they go to the gym or not, are not CEOS of major corporations and multi-millionaires?
The designer Michael Kors, wears a black T-shirt everyday, but his success is based on his clients and patrons not following in his fashion footsteps. Ironic, isn’t it?
Do you think Michael Kors looks glamorous?
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