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Undressing is the removal of clothes. Usually it is an independent action that frees the body from its daily disguise, and results in returning garments to your closet. Closets are generally private, but the containments of them are public. Yet, the concept of an outsider examining the constituents of another's wardrobe feels incommodious and uncomfortable. Exposing your entire wardrobe for public viewing seems impertinent, but differentiates only minimally from encountering others in a daily transition. The difference is that an impression is formed quicker when everything is displayed at once. Clothes primary purpose is to conceal your body, but they virtually are a self-designed fingerprint, representing how an individual would like to be remembered. Removing your clothes represents the shedding of your own outward image and the exposure of your vulnerable self. Displaying your garments publically is an upfront snapshot of yourself, and an invitation to be analyzed.
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