Why is it that it’s unfair to judge the girl who wears Wal-Mart, Kohl’s, JCPenney, Sears, and Charlotte Russe, but it’s totally fair to mark off the girl in Marc Jacobs or True Religion as a snob?
I’m in high school, so I hear this a lot. “Ohmygod, did you see her bag? What a snob!” And that’s totally okay to say, or at least — you don’t get a bunch of hate comments for that.
But then you rarely hear something like: “Ew, look at that girl’s skirt. She is so cheap!” And when you do hear something like that, it’s followed by a bunch of angry responses like, “Don’t make fun of her! Don’t judge her for her clothes!”
But why is that okay? Both comments are judging based off of clothes.
I just think it’s really unfair for people to dismiss others as snobs just because they’re wearing nice clothes. I know a lot of girls who dress in top designer brands, and they’re absolutely great people. The girl in a $5 Charlotte Russe top and the girl in the $5000 Moschino top are both just trying to look their best. Is that such a crime?
And why is it okay for you to judge the “rich girl” for her clothes, but it’s not okay for people to judge the girl in average or less than average clothes?
Do you ever judge people by what they wear? Do you automatically write off someone who dresses in nicer clothes as a snob?