Uniform dressing is a familiar concept to most. Nope, I'm not talking about how one wears a school uniform in the morning before trudging off to school. It's a way of dressing that relies on a single combination that varies by switching up individual pieces. Ever notice how Karl Lagerfeld is always in different iterations of his suit and tie combo? Or what about how Emanuelle Alt relies on her extensive collection of blazers, button-downs and skinny jeans? Oh, and let's not forget Steve Jobs' turtlenecks and Mark Zuckerberg's grey t-shirts.
It's called a uniform, and it's a pattern that most people fall into. For one, it eliminates hours of trying on different outfits in the morning. How many times did you show up late to your appointments because you have a closet full of clothes but nothing to wear?
While skimming the world wide web, I came across an eye-opening video that documents one fashion editor's experiment with uniform dressing. What exactly did she find out during the course of her experiment?
Watch and find out...
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