Have you ever wondered why successful people wear same clothes every day? They don’t waste their time choosing clothes.
There is actual science behind it. Every day we make hundred of decisions: Shall I hit the snooze button or not? What time should I leave for work/school? Do I have time to exercise today? And if so, what time? What to eat for dinner?
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Should I spend more time in the office or go home? Etc.
There are thousands of things, if not more, that have to be decided on a daily basis. Some decisions are important, but most are made upon the situation. Unfortunately, studies show that humans are not capable of making so many decisions in a rational manner.
So why do these successful people keep wearing the same old clothes every day?
But first, take a look at some famous examples.
Favorite clothes: black turtleneck, jeans, sneakers
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Favorite clothes: blue or gray suits
Favorite clothes: jeans, hoodie, sweatshirt, t-shirt
Favorite clothes: herringbone vest, dark blazer, button-down shirt
Favorite clothes: white t-shirt, jeans, unbuttoned white dress shirt
Favorite clothes: sweater with a buttoned shirt, trousers
Favorite clothes: black tie, high waisted black suit
Favorite clothes: sunglasses, monochromatic suit, leather gloves
Favorite clothes: pants, black t-shirt
Favorite clothes: light button down shirt, tie
Favorite clothes: denim button down shirt, work boots
Favorite clothes: patrol cap, Green military uniform
Favorite clothes: black shirts, black trousers, black blaze
Favorite clothes: dark colored suits
So what is the reason these people don’t bother what they wear?
When we spend a lot of time on choosing what to wear, our brain stresses out which causes the productivity level to be slowed down throughout the day.
“You’ll see I wear only gray or blue suits. I’m trying to pare down decisions. I don’t want to make decisions about what I’m eating or wearing. Because I have too many other decisions to make” – Barack Obama
2.Less Time Wasted
Believe it or not when we start to browse our wardrobe there is a sufficient time that goes wasted that can be applied to some other productive thing. Successful people have this habit of not giving much thought on their clothes.
Our closets are full of shoes and clothes but rarely worn. An average family in America spends $1,700 on clothes every year. Which may not seem like too much — until you acknowledge that most clothing purchases are not based on need at all. But they are only bought just for fashion or just for the sake of buying new clothes.
4.Looks Arent Everything
By creating your own uniform you are able to be comfortably stylish every single day. People usually don’t care about what you wear it’s up to you to make your own unique style. This will increase your ability to focus on important tasks more efficiently.