What you wear is influential. Being able to wear what you want is a good goal, but not always your best look.
Below is from time.com
“The present data suggest that luxury consumption can be a profitable social strategy because conspicuous displays of luxury qualify as a costly signaling trait that elicits status-dependent favorable treatment in human social interactions,” the authors write. Wheeling around your Louis Vuitton suitcase doesn’t just make you look better. It makes people want to treat you better, too.
“Nelissen and Meijers showed volunteers one of two videos of the same man being interviewed for a job. In one video his shirt featured a logo and in the other it didn’t. Volunteers rated him more suitable for the position, and suggested he earn 9% more, when a conspicuous logo was present.”
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