Just thought of this and was wondering what you all thought. One of my sisters owns her own insurance office to which she wore sweat pants and a t-shirt one day. She didn't look homeless or anything - just comfortable. BUT - one of my aunts saw her in that attire and said she would NEVER get insurance from her because of it.
Does the type of clothing people wear to certain jobs have an effect on whether or not you use their services?
For instance, I'm an on-location photographer and I meet and work with a lot of different people every day. When I go out on shoots, I don't wear dressy clothing or typical work-style clothes because I'm down in the dirt trying to get that perfect angle most of the time. There's no sense wearing dress pants to crawl around in the mud, know what I mean? I am clean and presentable, of course, but in casual dress.
Would my showing up in jeans to take your family's picture have an effect on whether or not you purchased my services? Why or why not?
Answer by Ms.Gwen at 2:59 PM on Apr. 15, 2011
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