I completely agree! In college, my mom had a really good friend that was an amazing student! Every time they had exams, she always pulled out her skirts and matching headbands and curled her hair and frankly looked adorable! When my mom finally asked her why she tried so hard to look nice the day of a test, her response was "I'm dressing for an A!" I think my mom’s friend and Viviana have it right! If you lead with your best foot forward, there is nothing that stands in your way! You are confident and unafraid of any challenges the day has in store for you!
What's not wrong with my day is that everything is going right. My formally MIA math book was found roughing it out in the harsh math department; my Ipod decided to actually function and play songs that seemed to fit with my mood or the moment; I was not only able to finish my homework before school ended, but I was able to work ahead as well. I personally think this is because I am dressed, in my opinion, rather well today. It seems to me that I am always dressed well on those days that have happiness at every turn and badly on days that make me want to just curl up in a ball in a corner. Clothing may hold more power on us then we believe. Is it possible that it could influence something like the outcome of a simple day? Maybe it isn't your outfit that determines the kind of day you're going to have. Maybe your outfit you pick out is just a reflection of your mood, and your mood is what determines the way your day will go. Does it really matter? A good day is a good day... and I'm just letting my wannabe-deep-realizations analyze this a little too much. Now off I go to enjoy my unusually happy day.
Just took a nap. I feel not-tired for the first time in weeks ( know there is a word that works instead of "not-tired", but I tend to think of everything in terms of tiredness at this point). Plus there's a late start tomorrow!
Also, the weekend was pretty profitable. I made $45 bucks. And kicked some butt in a Super Smash Bros tournament (admittedly I'm not proud of the hours I've put into that game...but we all have things we're not proud of). And wrote some pretty cool tunes at band practice.
I want to say that Viv and Sarah are totally right. If you're rockin' the outfit, you can rock the day.