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Dress Code always not the best option.

Updated on August 16, 2012


You will often see people going for jobs in the same dress pants and collar full-sleeve shirts with black coats everyday. This has been going for about centuries and yet no body bothers to change it. Instead this particular dress is so popular that from bridegroom to the host of even the Oscars uses it openly and proudly.


GIrls are suppressed to wear them when they like to wear something different every time which affects their work
GIrls are suppressed to wear them when they like to wear something different every time which affects their work
Who can differentiate who is who? The uniqueness of an individual is shattered.
Who can differentiate who is who? The uniqueness of an individual is shattered.
even this trend continues in our weddings....it is one day when everyone wants to relax but we have made it like an ordinary event
even this trend continues in our weddings....it is one day when everyone wants to relax but we have made it like an ordinary event

This really destroys creativity of the person himself. I mean is it necessary that when you are going for an interview, this dress code should be your boundary line? Okay, I accept that it’s a dress which shows formality, manners somewhat and seriousness but can’t there be any other dress. Why to make one thing for all while everyone has different complexions and different tastes? Every individual should be allowed to wear whatever he likes in offices too. I mean what’s the big deal if I wear T-shirts in the office? Perhaps it will be difficult to differentiate between customers and workers so we are given this band which symbolizes that we are prisoners and are bound to follow whatever the boss says. I think that women are also facing similar problems and are forced to follow these harsh rules. Theorists call them business ethics which apparently destroys the women's power of imagination and their interests in preserving and enhancing their beauty which is only restricted to their home where they spend only 15 hours which includes sleep.

Once I went to apply for internship program and accidently I wore casual wear. The judges’ panel was gazing at me with awe as if I have stolen something from them. Their moods completely changed and they all started throwing their ugliest t questions at me. What happened after that we all know so I don’t want to write about it?

Even in college party’s they try to specify a particular dress. For example boys will wear coats while girls jeans pants. What sort of nonsense is this? It’s a party and everyone wants to look beautiful, charming and handsome. Why would anyone wear a taunting coat if he looks pathetic in it or if he doesn’t have one, then? It demolishes ones own uniqueness and integrity. It appears that he is commanded by someone to do such a thing even in a party which is made give pleasure and relaxation.

I was astonished to see the 81st Academy Awards last year. Nearly every actor was wearing black coat and dress pants. Even the host was not allowed to break free and whatever jokes he tried to make failed to comprehend with the serious gesture that was shown by his attire. It gives even the young artists an older look. It makes it difficult to compare between young and old.


In my opinion there are many other dresses present like T-shirts with round necks, with V-necks, and then even in collar shirts there are thousands of colors except dull, pale white. Similarly, in pants there are innumerable categories like nylon one, baggy pants, wrinkle-free ones, jeans in different colors and styles and many more. Why to go for such a somber appearance if you can look much more handsome in any other attire?

A view of oscars where fun is changed into decency.....which is the thing we want to break free from.....
A view of oscars where fun is changed into decency.....which is the thing we want to break free from.....
 
MEN
WOMEN
BEFORE DRESS CODE
Creativity 60%
Creativity 80%
AFTER DRESS CODE
Creativity 40%
Creativity 50%
 
 
 

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