A little judicious dressing goes a long way when it comes to keeping your outfit neat and tidy.
But the truth is, many people don’t have the luxury of having to put up with a bit of extra work.
A new study found that people who wear the clothes to avoid looking “judicious” are actually more likely to feel good about themselves.
According to a new study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, people who dress judiciously are more likely than those who dress casually to feel happy about their appearance.
Researchers found that dressing judicious and in the “judgement” style of clothing were linked to feeling positive about their body image.
They also found that this positive feeling was linked to greater happiness and self-esteem.
Researchers also found there was a correlation between dressing juductively and feeling positive and positive about themselves, which suggests dressing judectively can help prevent self-image issues.
The study found people who wore judicious clothing were less likely to find it difficult to keep their clothes tidy, and were less willing to do laundry.
The study also found people were less satisfied with their appearance if they were dressed judicious.
The researchers also found wearing clothes that were a “judgment style” was linked with feelings of self-acceptance, and a lower level of negative self-concept.
The findings come at a time when some dress codes are starting to be enforced more and more.
Earlier this year, a California law took effect that will require people to use a “no-nonsense, no-bullying” style when they wear clothing.
This could have implications for the way people think about themselves and others.