10 Fashion Assumptions Women Make About You Based on What You’re Wearing

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While making unfounded assumptions about people might make you look like the backside of a donkey, it doesn’t stop people from doing it anyways.

While we may never know the truth behind our assumptions, it can still be fun to theorize about people based on their different attributes. Most assumptions we make about how people look are humorous and based on our insecurities; here are some of our favorites.

Rockin’ Old Ladies

The idea that older women should look a certain way, embracing their gray hair or dying it a ‘normal’ color, is so yesterday. Pick your favorite colors and go to town because you could inspire a younger generation to embrace their unique features.

Shapewear Doesn’t Discriminate

The stigma around shapewear is undoubtedly no different. One woman was recently astounded to find that even ‘skinny’ women use shapewear.

Business Attire Required

It’s easy to see someone in business attire and assume they must work in law or a high-end corporate job. They may also be attending a wedding or funeral, especially if it’s a weekend.

White Equals Wealth

One woman confessed to automatically guessing that anyone wearing white must be well-off financially. She had a good reason for this line of thinking. The first was that white can and usually gets dirty quickly, and whoever dares to wear white would need the money to replace certain wardrobe pieces regularly.

Comfort Trumps Fashion

One woman lamented that when wearing high heels, which isn’t typical for her, she automatically thinks that anyone in running shoes must be the picture of comfort. She also hates that their feet are nice and cozy while she’s building blisters.

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