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Totally agree with that...dressing to match the environment makes sense. if you dont like it then go someplace else.
Also its a stupid example. Goths wouldnt want to work in a store like that in the first place.
Agreed. Although it was kind of interesting to see the differences in the way both girls were -treated- when applying for the jobs, it`s obvious that a place like Abercrombie and Fitch would rather hire someone who appeared genuinely interested in what they sell than someone who scares children (or, at least, their mothers). Ah well. The chicks at my school who wear Abercrombie clothes make me want to throw up... I wouldn`t work there.
Anyway, that whole article was stupid, and it`s from a Bay Area news site which makes sense. Obviously a store like Abercrombie and Fitch isn`t going to hire someone who doesn`t dress in the Abercrombie and Fitch style. And duh, people are going to treat you differently and be a little afraid of you if you look like that! It`s life.
You`re an idiot if you don`t dress to impress, if you don`t look like you know who you`re applying to work for.
The better test would have been to send in one chick with just no makeup, her hair kinda messy, and in gap clothing.
It`s sad...yet true
Regardless, though, *everyone* looks better in darker cloathing.
Go figure that it`s at the closest A & F to me.
I had to party with those people. PARTY.
You don`t even know how long I wanted to shoot myself for.
Story is, we accidently got invited to an A&F/Hollister work party, with, surprise, the people at the Pleasanton store, as well as a couple other stores from the bay.
Anyways- my friend is the one that got invited, and she`s you know...one of "them" lol.
I`m more of a..not goth, but I don`t dress to impress, if you catch my drift.
Anyways- we were so f*cking outcasted at that party, it was ridiculous. It wasn`t too bad though, they were really really really lame people. Very square.