She Notices His Closet Is Filled With Identical Outfits. His Reason Why Is One I Never Knew
How many times have you stood in front of your closet, looking and looking and looking for something fabulous to wear, only to end up in nearly the identical thing you wore yesterday?
If this sounds like you, it turns out you have the right idea!
The art of getting dressed can be awesomely fun and has for a long time been a staple in our society. It fills the pages of magazines, and commercials on television. Just take a look at fashion through the decades and you will see some incredible art, history and culture.
Fashion is entertaining, it's a great way to show the feelings and personality you carry inside, on the outside. But is it necessary to stress over on a daily basis? Unless you are Anna Wintour, the editor-in-chief of Vogue, the answer is simply, no.
There is a reason extremely successful people wear nearly the same thing every single day. It's a little thing called "Decision Fatigue," and it's the more important than we may have thought.
The idea of making multiple decisions everyday can be daunting. Especially when you are making decisions that affect the outcome of a company, the livelihood of an individual or the promotion of a team. Which is precisely why people like Mark Zuckerberg, Barack Obama, and Steve Jobs wear almost the identical outfit everyday.
When you are leader of the free world, what color of suit you are wearing should probably be the last thing on your mind. When you are solely responsible for sending paychecks to nearly 13,000 people working at the largest social media platform in the world, you likely don't have time to decide what color shoes go with your jacket.
And here in lies why Mark Zuckerberg wears those same jeans, t shirt, and hoodie everyday. President Obama wear gray or blue suits. Steve Jobs infamously rocked that black turtleneck on a daily basis. Even geniuses like Albert Einstein wore a monotonous wardrobe. Why? Because they had bigger fish to fry.
Don't Sweat The Small Stuff
So, don't sweat the small stuff. Let important decisions come first, and worry about your wardrobe last. Sure, shopping can be fun. REALLY fun. So can putting together a fabulous outfit that you feel like you can conquer the world in. But, take those decisions lightly, and let the big stuff take up the majority of your time and energy.
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Wear, Wash, Repeat
Time to break out your favorite jeans and t-shirt, the little black dress that makes you feel like you just walked off the pages of Vogue, and that comfy sundress that hugs all the right curves. Wear it, rock it, and feel great in it!