First Impressions are Lasting

Please don’t go parading yourself in the presence of the Almighty with your cleavage threatening to erupt and your low cut pants exposing your thong! During the Stone Age, man walked around with only a leaf covering the private parts and before that Adam walked around completely naked. Then, that was okay because there was no one to criticize him.
Looking attractive always leaves a lasting impression.
Looking attractive always leaves a lasting impression.

Please don’t go parading yourself in the presence of the Almighty with your cleavage threatening to erupt and your low cut pants exposing your thong!

During the Stone Age, man walked around with only a leaf covering the private parts and before that Adam walked around completely naked. Then, that was okay because there was no one to criticize him.

The Stone Age people had no one to criticize them because everyone dressed the same way.

I can’t help but wonder what would happen if in this day and age, a guy gathered up the nerve to wear Adam’s suit.

They would think he’s lost his mind and lock him up with a strait jacket on. Back in the day, that’s how it was and there was no one to impress.

These days you have to be careful what you wear. It is important to ensure that your outfit makes sense whether it’s at a function, dinner date, outing, at home, a visit to the grocery store or a lazy walk around the neighborhood.

How do you show up at a dinner party in sweatpants? What impression would that give? That you do not have a decent dinner outfit or that you just can’t be bothered.

Either way it is very disrespectful showing up shabby when everybody else is smart and elegant.

When you are at home relaxing with the kids and enjoying your weekend, why would you be putting on high heels?

It’s ok to want to be smart at all times but isn’t there something more home suited that you could look absolutely fabulous in?

It’s impossible to run around and play with the kids in five inch heels. And when you head to the beach in those heels, wouldn’t you feel out of place seeing other people in shorts, vests, t-shirts, sandals or flip-flops?

Some think impression doesn’t matter and that might work if you are in the comfort of your home because that is your territory. But if you are sharing territory with a couple of other people, it matters a lot.

I am sure you have seen people who attend weddings dressed like they are in a disco. In the disco, you will look like a rock star in a micro mini but at a wedding, it looks too silly.

A nice suit and tie for the guys always leaves a good first impression at a wedding or function. Other guys find it fit to wear t-shirts and checkered shorts to official functions and leave people wondering what they had taken before they arrived.

There is such a thing as trying to make an impression but then end up making the wrong one. If it’s church and you want to look ravishing, there are lots of ways you can do that with an outfit that doesn’t insult the Holy House and the people in it.

Please don’t go parading yourself in the presence of the Almighty with your cleavage threatening to erupt and your low cut pants exposing your thong! No one is going to appreciate that. That is what they call a bad impression.

Try wearing that if you’re working in a strip joint and see if anyone will care.

It doesn’t have to be just clothes. Your hair matters too. If you want to work in any corporate company or office, how are you going to do that with blue hair? If you walked into a bank and one of the employees had green hair with red highlights, wouldn’t that leave you disturbed and wondering how they got the job in the first place?

Does anyone complain when a musician shows up for a concert with gold dreadlocks? No.

Try and dress in a suitable way for whatever it is you’re doing or attending because the way you dress says a lot about you. Leave a good impression that lasts.

It matters a lot because you never know who you will bump into and people never forget these things.

cjanzi83@yahoo.co.uk

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