But, all that said, what it brings to me in the end, is that I'm right about all this stuff. We are massively, and essentially affected by this Attire language, and things like these experiences only serve to confirm that. We carry within us, not only the social rules and regs, but the inborn understanding of color, line, volume, and structure that forms the foundation upon which Attire is built. And every time we are either seriously challenged by apparel that does not fit our preconceptions, or supported by those clothing items that do, we more deeply incise the message into our psyches, till it becomes to us, an incontrovertible truth, that cannot alter.
The inner point though is this one. We do indeed come with bundled software that tells us what we should like, and why we should like it. And though we might be dazzled temporarily by super broad 1980s shoulder pads, or we might find drop crotch pants completely cool, we will just as soon dismiss them. Because, end point? They do not conform to what we know in our guts is right for us. We know intrinsically beautiful when we see it. It resonates. It actually makes us feel good inside. There are graphible changes in our brainwave patterns, that indicate that we are in a state of peace and pleasure when we are looking at things that work within the guidelines of attractiveness with which we are born.
My final remark is this. Don't sell yourself, or the world short. Take the time to really examine things that are beyond the easily understood, Expend the mental and emotional energy to really start to see the greater breadth of human beauty. It goes further afield than we think, and could bring us far greater joys, were we to let it in.