Objectivist ethics explaines value to be objective - derived from the requirements of man's life. How then can personal preferences like style of clothes or hair be objective?
asked Mar 12 '11 at 18:00
JK Gregg ♦
Your appearance influences how others perceive you. Observe how you react when you observe others around you in life. Note the things that you like observing about others, or conversely what you may find distasteful. A man in a suit with maticulously styled hair vs a man in ragged pants, holes in his sweater, with grungy snarled hair and beard. A woman in a dress with her hair done to flatter her, or a woman bundled up scarfed and pushing a shopping cart down the street. Personal grooming and the selection of your wardrobe are indicate choices you have made for yourself, and can serve as an indicator to astute observers around you the image you wish to project.
answered Mar 12 '11 at 18:13