Think about it. Every time we heard or read somewhere that dressing up in a certain way can affect our mood, we’ve gone and scrutinized our wardrobe mentally to see what we have that can make us feel like the way we want. That’s one way to look at dressing up.
But what if it’s not just about which way you dress up? What if it’s also about what we’re wearing? Say, a t-shirt gets someone in a more relaxed head space as compared to a shirt. A pair of pants would make you feel different than what a pair of denims would make you feel. This could be one of the reasons why there’s a sense of “freedom” attached with denims. That freedom may not necessarily be in terms of comfort, but in terms of its versatility, the things you can do in denims.
Why we highlight the example of denims, maybe because that’s what we know best. And because it’s one of the experiences that we all share, it is relatable. A good pair of denims with a right fit can bring a change in one’s attitude, even if it’s just for the duration that one’s wearing it. It is also seen as a form of expression of your original self, some who knows what he/she likes and is not afraid to show it to the world. This could be because there are so many ways we can wear our denims; ripped, extra ripped, faded, all the kinds of washes, as shorts, the list goes on. Denims are literally a piece of clothing that naturally encourages you to explore, embrace and flaunt your true side without caring about the world around you, which can affect your actions in a way that you’d be up for doing something which you generally won’t do. We’re not saying that denims make your actions bold, but we’re not far from that thought. Maybe your Denim Side is your ‘true side’. It’s a way to look at things. Think about it.
Till then, keep your Denim Side Up