A good number of teenagers dress in ways deemed inappropriate. But what do these youngsters have to say about it? Teen Times’ Martin Bishop talked to APRED NDERA students to get their views on the subject.
The way we dress really matters. If you dress indecently, you will attract all the wrong people.
I think it is a phase. Young people have swag, adults have style and gentlemen/ladies have class. Any kind of ‘inappropriate’ dressing goes with age. Parents should chill and let teens be teens.
Judging someone solely on the way they dress may seem unfair. But there’s no avoiding it - the way we dress matters, and there’s no reason why we can’t use that to our advantage.
I would disassociate myself from people who are shabby. I believe what is outside reflects on what is inside. As future leaders of this country, we should imitate our current leaders and dress decently.
Lousy on the outside, lousy on the inside - what you see is definitely what you get!
Crazy hair styles and sagging pants don’t mean a thing. If a person is nice or intelligent, the way they dress won’t change that. In fact, the people labeled shabby are always ‘A’ students.
Obviously, if you go around wearing dirty sweatpants or jogging shoes with unkempt hair, people are going to perceive you as dirty, sloppy and lazy.
People should be able to wear whatever they want and anyone who judges another’s dress code is simply very shallow.
It’s completely unfair to judge a book by its cover. As long as a person is not dressed indecently, I have no problem.
The way a person dresses has nothing to do with character. Most intelligent people such as scientists and professors dress like beggars but that doesn’t stop them from doing remarkable work.