What is the Reason Why Successful People Hardly Change their Wardrobe?

July 1, 2018 · Print This Article

Did you know that Alberton had a population of 202,202 when it celebrated its centenary year in 2005?

It is interesting to note that really successful people rarely change their wardrobe and tend to look the same every day. It could be Steve Jobs and his signature black polo neck jersey and jeans, or some big company CEO with a crisp white collared shirt and tailored black skirt. One often sees successful people (who can undoubtedly afford to spend a lot of money on trends and fashion) in the same outfit every day. What’s the reasoning behind a minimalist wardrobe?

  • It helps to minimise the risk of decision fatigue

Having to make a lot of decisions throughout the day can wear down your critical thinking skills and result in what is referred to as decision fatigue. If you are ‘the decider’ in a business, then it’s a good idea to consider things that you can streamline to keep your decision-making abilities focused on the things that really matter. Things like clothes, snacks or the route you take to work, for example, are just examples of things that you must decide on during the course of a normal day, but that can be eliminated from the burden of your day-to-day decision-making.

  • Comfort in sticking to what you know

While it’s fun to play around with colours, styles, and trends, it’s possible that the latest fashion not only doesn’t compliment your body type that well, but also that you feel a bit uncomfortable in the clothing. When you stick to a few items that you know suit your body and make you feel well put together, then you know that you can go about your daily tasks without worrying about clothes that don’t fit or look right.

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