Why Successful People Wear The Same Thing Every Day

Why Successful People Wear The Same Thing Every Day

Have you ever thought about how much time you likely waste deciding what to wear in the morning? It’s probably made you late to school or work more times than you can count.

We waste so many precious moments concerning ourselves with frivolous details that we love, sure, but an outfit will not change the world. Most times, it probably won’t even change your day. This exact concept may help to explain why some successful people often wear the same thing every day.

Have you ever heard of the term ‘capsule wardrobe’? It is a wardrobe that is set in place, and consistently the same.

When you look up successful people who wear a capsule wardrobe (which is a wardrobe that is set in place, and consistently the same), Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, Michael Kors, and even Barack Obama appear on the list.

You may be wondering, “How on Earth does this benefit them?” And while this may seem like a boring idea, there are many reasons and many benefits behind this choice.

Reasons Why Successful People Wear The Same Outfit Daily

1. You waste less time

Having a regular uniform makes it quick and easy to get dressed. Rather than deliberating for five or even ten minutes, you can grab your outfit, throw it on, and get started on the more important things on your to-do list.

A go-to outfit also saves loads of time shopping. You know what you’re looking for and can get right to your favorite store. Or better yet, if you know your size, style, and color, you can order everything online — without the annoyance of sending back returns.

2. You always feel good in what you’re wearing

If you choose your clothes for comfort, they’ll always feel good. If you choose them for style, you’ll always think they look good on you (even if others disagree). Either way, you’ll feel good about what you’re wearing. It’s an automatic confidence boost.

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